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New Super Luigi U - £17.99 or Free @ Nintendo Store
New Super Luigi U - £17.99 or Free @  Nintendo Store

New Super Luigi U - £17.99 or Free @ Nintendo Store

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Nintendo is offering New Super Luigi U free of charge, but this only applies if you also purchased New Super Mario Bros. U via the eShop otherwise it costs £17.99 and physical releases do not count for this offer.

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Original Poster Banned

New Super Mario Bros. U on the eShop costs £49.99 so that's the catch as to why they're giving away New Super Luigi U.

I'm gonna have to vote this cold coz really... this sucks as a deal and is typical of Nintendo

Just looked on eshop and I already own NSMBU and Luigi U isn't free so assuming this is just new purchases

Isn't nsmsb on offer on the eshop though

If you don't think this is a good deal, look at some of the prices on Amazon! Quite hard to find this too now.

I wonder if you got NSMB from the Mario Kart promotion are you eligible for this offer?

if you really want this game this is the cheapest way to get hold of it presently.

Ditto, I already own New Super Mario Bros U and it's showing £17.99 for me too... annoying.

There is only Rock Candy Mines that is really good in NSMBU.

All of NSLU is a much better difficulty. (Wish the levels were normal length though).

grillnun

if you really want this game this is the cheapest way to get hold of it … if you really want this game this is the cheapest way to get hold of it presently.



£17.99 is the standard price for the Luigi DLC if you already own NSMB U.

There is no deal here unless you're stupid enough to buy NSMB U from the e-shop for £50 which is insanely overpriced given that NSMB U has been available for around £13-17 for months - even with the full cost of Luigi DLC on top, it is far cheaper than this "deal".

Is this only for new purchases? As it is showing as £17.99 for me.

Uzion

£17.99 is the standard price for the Luigi DLC if you already own NSMB … £17.99 is the standard price for the Luigi DLC if you already own NSMB U.There is no deal here unless you're stupid enough to buy NSMB U from the e-shop for £50 which is insanely overpriced given that NSMB U has been available for around £13-17 for months - even with the full cost of Luigi DLC on top, it is far cheaper than this "deal".



ok my bad thought this was an option to buy the Luigi game on it's own which would be a deal, from what I've read this is better than the Mario game because the difficulty is aim at more experienced gamers. cold.

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I'm gonna have to vote this cold coz really... this sucks as a deal and … I'm gonna have to vote this cold coz really... this sucks as a deal and is typical of Nintendo



Yeah it's not very good but for people looking to own a copy of Super Luigi U this is the cheapest price available.

llamareborn

Just looked on eshop and I already own NSMBU and Luigi U isn't free so … Just looked on eshop and I already own NSMBU and Luigi U isn't free so assuming this is just new purchases



Nintendo's pretty outdated when it comes to pricing... £50 really? No wonder no one buys anything from the eShop unless it's been reduced to a low price or it's DLC.

[quote=crafton]Is this only for new purchases? As it is showing as £17.99 for me.[/quote I cant seem to get it either. I got my marioo download in July last year

If your looking to buy both games; in my opinion it's better to buy the 'dual game' physical version that originally came bundled with the console. They're readily available on eBay and many previous sales have been from £25+ pending condition etc.
Edited by: "FloatingWilson" 4th Jan 2015

Rubbish deal if one already own

crafton

Is this only for new purchases? As it is showing as £17.99 for me.


Not a deal at all then for those who already own NSMB U. One would think Ninty would have been smart enough to also offer NSL U at a steep discount for those who already own NSMB U. Oh well, if Ninty can't get their act together with the eShop (still) then no matter because I'll simply spend my money elsewhere, e.g. Steam, PSN, etc.
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