Tank! Tank! Tank! Becomes Free To Play In Europe

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Nintendo UK has sent out a press release stating that Wii U launch title Tank! Tank! Tank! has now become a free to play title on the Wii U eShop. The basic pack includes three thrilling game modes – Monster Battle, Free-For-All, and Team Versus, You can play any of the three modes up to three times a day for free. You can also purchase add-on content for game and purchasing any of these additional contents removes the daily play restriction from the Basic Pack. Ten add-on modes are also available, priced from €1.99 to €9.99.


28 thoughts on “Tank! Tank! Tank! Becomes Free To Play In Europe”

  1. Cool.

    Looking forward to trying it out. Doesn’t look like something worth paying for to be honest, but we’ll see.

    Any word on what the dlc packs include? Or how many levels/stages are in the free version?

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  2. This is the best “marketing” thing Nintendo UK could come up with…

    That country is a joke…

    Fire them all and replace with real Nintendo Commanders.

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    1. Well as Nintendo UK secured earlier Wii releases of some of the best games like Xenoblade Chronicles and The Last Story I would say they have beat North America on many occasions.

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      1. Exactly. However, they seriously need to fire their marketing team. A friend of mine worked on the Wii U UK ads and said to me how unclear the marketing team were on the target audience. Instead of querying adverts that would appeal to families and classic Nintendo fans (which, frankly, are going to be the majority of Wii U owners,) the team spent time studying and replicating games like CoD MW3 and Halo 4. Utterly ridiculous.

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        1. I don’t get the replicating Halo comment but anyway. Nintendo UK can only bring the UK the games Nintendo give them, and they do a pretty good job. The only bad side I see to being in the UK is price, and boy do Nintendo take advantage of that.

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