If you’re looking to grab yourself a bargain today then look no further than US retailer, Best Buy. The retail chain is currently selling the critically acclaimed Fire Emblem: Awakening for the Nintendo 3DS for a mere $14.99. If you haven’t already purchased the game then you should read our review, right here.
In a world where stickers are blended into every aspect of life, nothing could ruin the annual Sticker Fest more than that rascal Bowser stealing the six Royal Stickers and hiding them throughout the world. Your only choice is to save the day, and of course, you could never let Bowser get the best of you. Hidden secrets, magical mysteries, and action-packed adventures wait around every paper-made turn in your quest to return the Royal Stickers to their rightful place.
Experience traditional action battles and a quest for hidden items in the unique world of Paper Mario. Stuck on him and his ruffian underlings, the stickers have been scattered across deserts, mountains, prairies, forests and volcanoes and your only hope of returning them to the festival is to enlist the help of Kersti, the sticker fairy. By paper-izing the world and flattening it out, you encounter stickers that are incorporated into every aspect of gameplay in a 3D setting that resembles an entire world made of shoebox dioramas. Build up your arsenal of items and attacks and get your sticker fix by buying them in shops, peeling them off their environment or even making your own to store in a notebook for later use. The full cast of colorful characters along with the intriguing paperscape of Mario’s world will have you enthusiastically diving into this 3D universe for an epic quest to save Sticker Fest.
The recently announced Wii U Deluxe 32GB set that comes with New Super Mario Bros U and New Super Luigi U is now available to pre-order at US retail chain, Best Buy. This new bundle will replace the Wii U Deluxe 32GB bundle that comes with the charming Nintendo Land and will be available on November 1st. The console retails for $299.99.
Nintendo’s critically acclaimed Nintendo 3DS title Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon has once again been spotted on the internet for Nintendo’s latest home console, Wii U. The listing originally appeared on New Egg and this time it’s listed on Best Buy Business. Would you double dip and purchase Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon if it came to Wii U?
If you’re looking to nab yourself some bargains this Sunday then I would highly advise checking out this Best Buy sale. There’s a number of Wii U and Nintendo 3DS titles on sale, including the well-received Nintendo Land and Paper Mario: Sticker Star. I’ve been told that there’s still a few days left to pick up some of these game at a reduced price. Have any of the games on offer got your attention?
We’ve heard that a number of retailers are discounting the white Wii U Pro Controller presumably because Nintendo are looking to phase out the white 8GB Wii U basic package. Now US retail chain Best Buy have the white Wii U Pro Controller on clearance for $24.99. Unfortunately most of the stores have now sold out of their limited inventory. However, the black Wii U Pro Controller is still $49.99 at stores nationwide.
US retail chain Best Buy is currently selling the White Wii U Pro Controller for a reasonable $25. The White Wii U Pro Controller normally retails for $49.99, so if you’re after one, then be quick about it. The offer is only for today and is only available to online customers.
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A number of you have contacted me to say that the well-received Mario Tennis Open for the Nintendo 3DS has been reduced to $19.99 at Best Buy. The deal on Mario Tennis Open is only for one day, so if it’s a game you’re after then be sure to make a purchase. Mario Tennis Open has an average review score of sixty-nine percent on review aggregator, Metacritic.
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J.C. Rodrigo, senior product marketing specialist in Nintendo of America’s product development department, has explained that the company had always wanted to showcase their latest games at Best Buy and they believe now was the best time to do so. Rodrigo says that they wanted to get the demos in as many people’s hands as possible and let them try the latest and greatest gaming experiences from Nintendo.
“We’ve wanted to do that for a long time. We really wanted to make sure we [brought] our experiences [to] the hands of people who want to try our stuff, as much as we could.”
“You had the sales and marketing briefing for the people that needed to hear that information; you had the Nintendo Direct for people that really needed to know, generally, what was happening and what we’re coming out with; and then you [had] the sampling at the Best Buy [stores] that got that information out as well. So if you look at it from the content perspective and who needed to know, everyone got what they needed to know — just in different ways. Software sells hardware, and focusing on the software is exactly what we’re doing.”
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