If you like purchasing your games and amiibo from US retailer Best Buy then you will be pleased to know that they have started taking pre-orders for Famicom ROB and the Ryu amiibo. Each amiibo is available for $12.99. You can pre-order the Famicom ROB amiibo here and the Ryu amiibo, here.
If you tend to purchase your games and consoles via Best Buy then you will be pleased to learn that you can now pre-order the lucrative New Nintendo 3DS Pokémon 20th Anniversary Edition console from the retailer. It’s available for pre-order for $199.99 and is due to be released on Saturday, February 27th.
Includes the New 3DS system, Blastoise and Charizard cover plates, pre-installed Pokémon Red Version and Pokémon Blue Version games and an exclusive home menu theme
US retailer Best Buy currently has The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD with the Wolf Link amiibo figure available for pre-order. If you want it then it is going to cost you £59.99 and as we reported earlier it would appear as though the Wolf Link amiibo will open up an additional dungeon for you to explore. You can pre-order the game, right here.
US retailer Best Buy is currently taking pre-orders for the lucrative Shovel Knight amiibo figure on its website. The amiibo is available for pre-order and costs $12.99. The retailer says that the Shovel Knight amiibo will be released on January 8th. UK retailers have also pushed back the release date for the highly sought-after figure.
Want to dip into Disney Infinity at a cheap price point? Well, US retailer Best Buy is currently selling the Disney Infinity 2.0 Toy Box Starter Pack for $14.99 and if you’re part of the Best Buy Gamers Club you can get it for the measly sum of $11.99. The offer is only valid for today so you will want to get in there quickly.
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It’s Cyber Monday today which means that retailers will be discounting a large number of products in the run up to Christmas. One of these retailers is Best Buy who are running a buy one get one 50% off on the vast majority of Nintendo 3DS software. There’s plenty of big name titles in the offer including The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, Super Smash Bros and many more. You can view all the deals, right here.
With the nearly simultaneous release of Rock Band 4 and Guitar Hero Live, the music game franchise has attempted to reclaim the thrown it held in the early 2000’s. But, so far it isn’t looking too good. Compared to their presence at this years E3, the games had a relatively quiet release, which may be the reason for their modest sales. However, the true test for both games will be this holiday season, and Guitar Hero Live is completely prepared.
Right now, you can pick up Guitar Hero Live for $70 at both Amazon and Best Buy. That’s a whopping $30 off of the original price. So if you miss shredding your plastic guitar, or are friends with one of the kids who could play the game on hard with their eyes closed and the guitar behind their back, make sure to pick up Guitar Hero Live for the holidays.