Wii U Preorders inc Super Smash Bros / Bayonetta 2 - £35.94 | Hyrule Warriors - £25.94 | Wii Sports Club - £21.74 & more using code (+ £1.94 p&p / Free for £44 spend) @ Shop4World
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Wii U Preorders inc Super Smash Bros / Bayonetta 2 - £35.94 | Hyrule Warriors - £25.94 | Wii Sports Club - £21.74 & more using code (+ £1.94 p&p / Free for £44 spend) @ Shop4World

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Found 17th Aug 2014
Use discount code - SHOP4LFCC (£5 off a £25 spend). Shop4 charge £1.94 p&p for orders under £44.

All these games are coming out this year, starting out with Hyrule Warriors in September.
Wii Sports Club is already out actually! Great fun, loving the golf after downloading online.

Good deal on Wii Party U Inc White Remote Plus, using the code, too (£29.94 after code).

Can also use the codes on these games, they're quite a way off release though (2015)
£32.94 with code & £44 spend, £34.88 with individual delivery cost -

Captain Toad Treasure Tracker
Kirby And The Rainbow Curse
Mario vs Donkey Kong
Mario Maker
Mario Party 10
Splatoon
Star Fox ***
The Legend Of Zelda ***
Xenoblade Chronicles X
Yoshis Woolly World

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Hyrule Warriors -
This is a pre-order - the item will be despatched to you on or before the release date of 19/09/2014 - subject to change by the publisher.

Hyrule Warriors Wii U Game, based on a collaboration between Nintendo and Tecmo Koei that combines the worlds of Zelda and the long-running Dynasty Warrior series.

Cut down entire legions of enemies as Link, Zelda, Midna and other characters from The Legend of Zelda franchise using over-the-top powerful Dynasty Warriors-style moves. This tour de force through the beloved locales of Hyrule will have players battling some of the fiercest enemies in The Legend of Zelda history.

Two players can play local co-op, with one player joining with the Wii U GamePad controller and another with the Wii U Pro Controller or Wii Remote + Nunchuk controllers.

Hyrule Warriors Features:

The delicate balance of the Triforce has been disrupted and Hyrule Kingdom is once again being torn apart by a dark power, this time led by Sorceress Cia.
Heroic Link carves through a huge onslaught of enemies as he executes flashy moves with combat attacks. This also marks the first time that many other iconic characters from The Legend of Zelda franchise are playable for any length of time, including Princess Zelda, Impa and Midna.
Protect and reclaim recognizable landmarks from multiple games in The Legend of Zelda series, including such classic areas like Hyrule Field and the Palace of Twilight.
Push back armies of classic enemies from The Legend of Zelda, as well as powerful enemies making their debuts in Hyrule Warriors.
Advance the story to unlock new playable characters, each with unique moves and weapon types. Collect Rupees and other useful items to upgrade weapons and craft badges, which players can use to bolster each warrior’s abilities.
Two warriors are better than one: Battle armies with a friend using local co-op mode, with one person playing on the TV and the other on the GamePad, providing each player with his or her own screen.

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Bayonetta 2 -
This is a pre-order - the item will be despatched to you on or before the release date of 14/10/2014 - subject to change by the publisher.

Bayonetta Makes Her Return

In this climactic sequel to the critically acclaimed BAYONETTA action game, players will be on the edge of their seats from start to finish. Brimming with epic, gorgeous cut scenes and battles that are more exhilarating than ever, this game never lets up on the action. Fight on top of a jet as it soars through a downtown city. Duke it out against a giant angel, who bears a whip for an arm, on top of a speeding train. And take to the skies in a fight against a demonic monster while ascending to the top of a skyscraper.

Armed with new weapons and abilities, Bayonetta has her enemies baffled by her new moves and torture attacks. In exchange for magic points, she can unleash a new ability called Umbra Climax to summon demonic monsters and deliver mighty attacks repeatedly.
Choose between Normal and Touch play styles. The Normal Mode represents the technical control scheme unique to BAYONETTA, an acclaimed control scheme that fans of the previous game love and all action game fans will enjoy. The Touch Mode, on the other hand, offers a more convenient play style for those unfamiliar with action games or simply looking for a new spin on action. Players can use the Wii U GamePad controller’s touch screen controls to easily manipulate Bayonetta as she moves, attacks and evades enemies.
Bayonetta’s longtime friend and fellow Umbra Witch, Jeanne, appears in the game (as a non-playable character) to assist Bayonetta in performing combination attacks and in doling out intense punishment against enemies.
Take the action off the big screen and enjoy off-TV play using the Wii U GamePad controller.

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Super Smash Bros (estimated Winter 2014 release) -
In Super Smash Bros. multiplayer games, characters from all Nintendo universes meet up in Nintendo locales to duke it out. Bring together any combination of characters and revel in the ensuring chaos that we have come to associate with the game.

An action-packed fighting game, Super Smash Bros. Wii U features a ridiculous number of characters that have appeared on Nintendo platforms, from Mario to Link to Pikachu to the Wii Fit Trainer! As they square off in famous locales drawn from the rich history of Nintendo, literally anything can happen in Super Smash Bros. - and usually does. With limitless customising options, items and weapons that boggle the mind and a wealth of modes, Super Smash Bros. has truly infinite replayability.

Players can import Miis and choose from a variety of play styles and special moves. The Brawler class functions similar to Little Mac, using fisticuffs over weapons. As a Swordfighter, Mii Fighter uses a blade, using moves comparable to Link and Marth. Gunners, using similar powers to Mega Man, Samus, and Fox McCloud, are ranged fighters.

Your can choose four special moves for your customizable Mii Fighter from a list of 12. Mii Fighter is the 31st character added to the Smash Bros. roster.

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Wii Sports Club Wii U is a compilation of the sports from Wii Sports that include Tennis, Bowling, Golf, Baseball and Boxing. The game features high-definition graphics, controls via Wii MotionPlus technology, immersive GamePad integration and an online multiplayer versus mode. In this mode, users with broadband Internet access can face off against other players all over the country online.

Golf features unique controls using the Wii U GamePad and Wii Remote Plus controllers. By placing the GamePad on the floor, players can see the golf ball they are about to hit on the GamePad screen. The golf ball will even be sitting on the same surface that it is in the game (fairway, sand trap, rough, etc.). After players swing their Wii Remote Plus controllers like a real golf club, the ball will fly from the GamePad screen to the main TV screen and onto the virtual course. This creative integration of the GamePad evokes the same "Cool! I have to try that!" feeling elicited by the original Wii Sports.

In Baseball, the use of the Wii Remote Plus controller enables novice hitters and expert sluggers alike greater control and precision when going for that all-important home run. In the field, pitching is performed by holding the GamePad upright, with the action taking place in first-person view. Different types of pitch can be selected to attempt to bamboozle the batsman, but it’s down to you to adjust the power and aim of your throw. If the opponent does manage to return your pitch, try to keep the centre of the GamePad aimed at the ball, as a catching opportunity may even come your way.

With Boxing, bobbing and weaving your way to victory is now more fun and challenging than ever before, with players able to use one Wii Remote Plus controller in each hand to allow for more precise offensive and defensive manoeuvres. Before you enter the ring and represent your regional club online however, don’t forget to hone your technique by taking on Skill Shaper challenges such as Speed Bag, which requires players to keep an eye on an overhead display and pull off the right punches in the order instructed, or Pro Puncher, where players must use speed and accuracy to smash targets that appear in front of them.

In Tennis grab a Wii Remote Plus and blast some groundstrokes in a fast-paced game of doubles tennis. Reach the set number of points first to win a game. If you win enough games, you win the match. Go online and play single-game doubles matches for two to four people. Select a Mii character and compete against the computer, or against up to 3 other players in the same room. Hone your skills with three fun training drills. You can also take turns with another player to compete for points.

With Bowling try for a 300 score in a solo game, or take turns with up to three other players. Roll a standard game for your best score, and climb the club leader board. Up to 4 players can compete at once in multiplayer mode. You'll be rolling strikes in no time if you build your skills with these tricky challenges.

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11 Comments

I heard they take money right away. It isn't ideal when we are taking about 2015 games

Original Poster

sweeten16

I heard they take money right away. It isn't ideal when we are taking … I heard they take money right away. It isn't ideal when we are taking about 2015 games



X)
Just go for the 2014 releases (all the ones in title) then
Edited by: "Jas10" 17th Aug 2014

sweeten16

I heard they take money right away. It isn't ideal when we are taking … I heard they take money right away. It isn't ideal when we are taking about 2015 games



Try to get Amazon or another store to price match.

On the Hyrule Warriors page:

RRP £120.00 Save £89.06 £30.94


Bit ambitious there

Pretty sure you can only use the voucher once per account too. I did a big Vita order with them on Friday so all these voucher deals popping up since yesterday are void for me

I was so sceptical of hyrule warriors but the more I see of it the more I start to want to play it.
Edited by: "yrreb88" 18th Aug 2014

yrreb88

I was so sceptical of hyrule warriors but the more I see of it the more I … I was so sceptical of hyrule warriors but the more I see of it the more I start to want to play it.



The hands on I've had with it was limited, but it was a whole lot of fun.

Why's Hyrule so cheap compared to the rest? Sooo tempting.

Original Poster

maizecorn

Why's Hyrule so cheap compared to the rest? Sooo tempting.



I guess, maybe, because it's not far off release and not strictly a first-party Nintendo developed title (more of a collaboration with the guys who produce the Dynasty Warrior games). It's not a "true" Zelda game but should hopefully be decent and good fun.
Has been available for less than £30 elsewhere too.

Hot. Nice deals. Although i would not pre-order any of those games (because they are rip off prices when they're first released). Deal could have been better of they offered free shipping, which should be free when you're spending £20+.

Edited by: "RyanBest" 19th Aug 2014
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