Zelda: Majora's Mask £5.39 & Metroid Prine Trillogy £12.59 [Wii U] Using Gold Points @ Mynintendo
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Zelda: Majora's Mask £5.39 & Metroid Prine Trillogy £12.59 [Wii U] Using Gold Points @ Mynintendo

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Found 3rd Aug 2017
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 01/11/2017, at 8 AM [Europe/London]



The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

30 Gold Points
£5.39


Metroid Prime Trilogy

45 Gold Points
£12.59
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For information purposes only, since no one here has a time machine, Metroid Prime trilogy has been been £9 before
hashamabbas46 s ago

For information purposes only, since no one here has a time machine, …For information purposes only, since no one here has a time machine, Metroid Prime trilogy has been been £9 before


has xenoblade chronicles ever been on sale?
voyager12310 m ago

has xenoblade chronicles ever been on sale?


Not anything approaching a decent discount as far as I know
went to the eshop to buy without reading the post. HOW do you get gold points?
voyager12329 s ago

went to the eshop to buy without reading the post. HOW do you get gold …went to the eshop to buy without reading the post. HOW do you get gold points?


Buy stuff from their overpriced store
thelagmonster2 m ago

Buy stuff from their overpriced store


why cant nintendo have normal sales like everyone else and also have decent discounts!!
Edited by: "voyager123" 3rd Aug 2017
You can put in physical game cartridges for the switch and register the product for points
Majora's mask is 50hz only; so it will play slower than the US version.
Edited by: "jamie19916" 3rd Aug 2017
My main gripe with this is in retrospect the 3ds version of Majora on sale is still above £20 where the Wii U version is about a fiver. Not so much of a difference as opposed to the Gulf of Mexico.
jeccius45 m ago

My main gripe with this is in retrospect the 3ds version of Majora on sale …My main gripe with this is in retrospect the 3ds version of Majora on sale is still above £20 where the Wii U version is about a fiver. Not so much of a difference as opposed to the Gulf of Mexico.


I get your point but they are different things as the 3DS version is a re-released, remastered version (similar to how they remastered Ocarina) whereas the Wii U version is a virtual console style release so essentially a port of the original N64 game.
Edited by: "NickBoyland" 3rd Aug 2017
NickBoyland29 m ago

I get your point but they are different things as the 3DS version is a …I get your point but they are different things as the 3DS version is a re-released, remastered version (similar to how they remastered Ocarina) whereas the Wii U version is a virtual console style release so essentially a port of the original N64 game.


I can understand it a bit extra for the extra labour and reprogramming etc; does that warrant a 4x price tag difference? I think in this case it's a bit harsh, but there again most of Nintendo's price points are.

Also bear in mind this a 17 year old game; this isn't your run of the mill last-gen re-release.
jamie199163 h, 7 m ago

Majora's mask is 50hz only; so it will play slower than the US version.


YEAH gotta be very careful when buying any VC game on the eshop as buying/playing any 50hz game aint worth touching as it play/feels like an abomination.
Tempted by Metroid Prime Trilogy. Would prefer a physical copy but it sells for way beyond what I'm willing to pay for it
Majora's Mask on 3DS is a remake. Visually changed, with 3D, plus touch controls, new Easter eggs, changes to the town and the time system... it's not a port like the VC version.
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