Animal Crossing: New Leaf Now Listed On US eShop For $35

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Animal Crossing fans have discovered that Animal Crossing: New Leaf for the Nintendo 3DS is currently priced at $34.99 on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Nintendo 3DS games generally retail for around $39.99, so it’s a little surprising that a huge first party title like Animal Crossing: New Leaf should retail for $34.99. Animal Crossing: New Leaf is due to be released in North America on June 9th.

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61 thoughts on “Animal Crossing: New Leaf Now Listed On US eShop For $35”

      1. all the nintendo fags seems to, you can pop out of the screen and tell people i know to shut up because i cant believe how much people actually give a damn about this

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    1. I say yes, but that is just from my personal experience with previous games in the series. If you are sure then buy/borrow one of the previous games like AC: Wild World for the original DS which I spent a lot of time playing and enjoyed.

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  1. $34.99 (US) or £34.99 (UK)? There is a big difference when converted into different currencies. If it is $34.99 (USO) then that means roughly converted AC:New Leaf will cost around £22 (UK) which doesn’t sound right to me as 3DS games generally retail in the UK for £35 – £40 depending where you shop.

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    1. Exchange rates don’t work the way you want them to. Infact Jelly bean is still to this day trying to save up a million pounds worth of Auzzie dollars so he can get his Wiiu XD. I kid i kid.

      Point being You say Tomater we say T mah toe . You pay $350 for a Wiiu deluxe at launch we pay £300+

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      1. I struggle to buy a game once a month in Australia because my wages only just cover my bills, meaning I have the occasional $50-70 left over a month.

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  2. Hmm….I wonder if that means Nintendo’s dropping the price for all future 3DS games. Kind of odd considering they don’t have to do anything to improve sales for the 3DS.

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