If you live in Canada or happen to be there, get yourselves down to your local Toys R Us before the end of the month to grab select amiibo compatible Wii U games, like Mario Kart 8 or Hyrule Warriors, for $10 off. It’s not a bad deal, it’d be nice if the rest of the world had it. The offer ends in 5 days on the 30th April, so you better hurry!
Even before its official launch on April 4, Toki Tori 2 is set to leave its competitors in the shadows and rocket to the top of the European eShop sales. This may be due to the generous 10% discount the game’s development team Two Tribes has given to fans, in order to reward them for their long-standing patience.
But Toki Tori 2 is not the only game that has seen a price-cut on the eShop recently, as four Ubisoft titles for the Wii U have joined the ranks. The permanent discount, which is active from April 4 also, can be found on the following games:
- Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth €29.99/£23.99 (Was €49.99/£39.99)
- Rabbids Land – €29.99/£23.99 (Was €49.99/£39.99)
- Sports Connection – €29.99/£23.99 (Was €49.99/£39.99)
- Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2013 – €29.99/£23.99 (Was €49.99/£39.99)
Nintendo’s new console, Wii U, launched November 30th in Australia, but Wii U-exclusive Trine 2: Director’s Cut isn’t available for purchase from the continent’s Nintendo eShop, although it was an expected launch title.
The game is now supposed to launch in Australia within the next couple of weeks and will cost AU $19.99. However, for Australian consumers who purchase the game on or close to its launch, its price will be reduced to AU $15.99 for a limited time.
If you’re looking to secure yourself some cheap Wii U games before the console launches in North America on November 18th then Newegg is offering $12 off all video game pre-orders for games that cost $49.99 and over. All you’ll need to do is enter this promotional code EMCJNNH224. Be warned the code expires on October 4th, so be sure to get those pre-orders in quickly.
Fry’s Electronics is offering consumers $20 off the Nintendo 3DS XL for today only. The Nintendo 3DS XL will cost you $179.99, as opposed to $199.99. Fry’s Electronics is also offering $10 off New Super Mario Bros 2. If you want the Nintendo 3DS XL then you can either purchase it instore, or order online and then collect it at your local store.
Today is the last day to download WayForward’s Mighty Switch Force! for a discount from the Nintendo eShop on the Nintendo 3DS. The title’s regular price is $5.99, but North American 3DS users can download it for $2.99 until 9 p.m. PST. If you haven’t already done so, will you be downloading the game or are you waiting for Mighty Switch Force HD for Wii U?