Sakura Samurai Discounted For A Limited Time

Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword is the “Game of the Weekend,” which means that you can download the game from the Nintendo eShop, on the Nintendo 3DS, for a reduced price. The regular price of Sakura Samurai is $6.99 but North American 3DS users can download it for $4.99 until July 8th, 9 p.m. PST. If you haven’t already done so, now would be a good time to download this gorgeous game.


27 thoughts on “Sakura Samurai Discounted For A Limited Time”

  1. shoot. already spent the last of my dough on alphabounce. every eshop title should be game of the weekend permanently.

  2. i am still thinking about RARE.Nintendo should do something to find the old talented developers of the old rare and bring them to Retro Studios

    1. No they shouldn’t. Let it go. You sound like a guy desperate for his ex who has moved on yet you haven’t. It won’t be happening so forget it and move on.

          1. Banjo-Kazooie wouldn’t work as a Nintendo-made game (it’s main charm was its quirky Britishness), the two of them aren’t exactly memorable characters, 3D platformers (bar ones with Mario in) do not sell and, to be honest, despite the first being rather good the sequel was instantly forgettable. Nintendo would never be interested in buying the IP, Rare aren’t ever going to make another one so all that means is they are gone for good. Accept it and move on.

            1. And if they did buy Rare they would just be buying a dying studio with no ambition or imagination. The Rare pre-Gamecube does not exist anymore.

  3. An amazing eShop game for me to download. Since it does remind me of an easier Nazo no Muresame-jo (The Mysterious Muresame Castle), I hope Nintendo makes a sequel so Takamaru can get the same treatment as Pit.

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