If you’ve been dying to get your hands on the adorable Chibi-Robo amiibo, but don’t want to throw down $40 for the Zip Lash bundle, Amazon’s got your back. Starting tomorrow at 2:00 PM PT, Amazon US will be accepting pre-orders for the pint-sized robot, and they urge customers to be ready.
According to the official Reddit post, there will be a limit of two amiibo per customer, and one-click ordering will be available. Like other amiibo, Amazon expects Chibi-Robo to sell out fast, and suggests that buyers sort out their billing and shipping info before the pre-order goes up, as putting the amiibo in your cart does not reserve it. If you have any questions, you can head over the Reddit post, and ask the Amazon representative questions until 3PM PT tomorrow, but don’t wait too long!
If Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash is on your purchase list for Friday and you are from the United Kingdom then you may want to think about purchasing it from GAME. The retailer is offering a free Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash themed Sweat Band if you decide to get the game through them. Our Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash review will be coming tomorrow afternoon, so look out for that!
Pre-order Mario Tennis Ultra Smash on the Wii U and receive an exclusive Mario Tennis Sweat Band, only at GAME.
Join Mario and friends on the Nintendo Wii U as they return to the court once again. With amiibo support and new characters to make their Mario Tennis debut. Ultra Smash is sure to be the best Mario Tennis game yet.
If you are thinking about picking up the amusing Chibi Robo! Zip Lash digitally then you will be pleased to know that you can now pre-order the game. You simply pre-order and Nintendo of America will send you a digital download code and it will be all ready for you to play at launch. Chibi Robo! Zip Lash is 848 MB and will be released on October 08th. It will set you back $29.99.
Most of you are probably thinking of pre-ordering or purchasing Super Mario Maker to dabble in course making and check out the 100 pre-installed levels. The Nintendo UK Online Store has begun listing the goodies you are entitled too if you decide to place your pre-order with them. You can get the Super Mario Maker Game Pack which includes a Super Mario Maker t-shirt and a copy of the game for £39.99. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous you can get the Super Mario Maker amiibo pack which includes the Super Mario Maker t-shirt, a copy of the game, and the Super Mario Maker amiibo figure. This can be yours for £49.99.
Little is known about Aksys’ Zero Escape 3 — the game is a sequel to 999: 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors and Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward; the game is coming to PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS; and the release window is targeted for early 2016. However, we have learned today that if you pre-order the limited edition (titled “Limited Watch Bonus Edition”) from Amazon, you will get a limited edition watch, seen above. There is still no indication on the price point of the limited edition, but we will update you as that becomes available.
The spiritual successor for Mega Man, Mighty No. 9, is finally coming to Wii U this September 15th, and you can now take a look at it in the trailer above. There are also a number of pre-order bonuses and special edition games but they only seem to be available for the PlayStation 4. Although, if you pre-order you will receive a ‘Retro Hero DLC’ where you can play as a retro-style Beck and challenge yourself with an insta-death mode. Take a look at the trailer and see what you think!
The highly-anticipated Nintendo 3DS RPG from Square Enix, Bravely Default, is now available for pre-order in North America. On Amazon, as well as GameStop, you can pre-order the Collector’s Edition of the game. While on Amazon it is priced at $49.99, GameStop prices it at $54.99. Bravely Default is set to be released on the 3DS in North America on February 7th and in Europe on December 6th. The standard edition is also available for pre-order on GameStop and Amazon for $39.99 a piece. Will you be pre-ordering the game? Let us know your thoughts on Square Enix’s upcoming Nintendo 3DS entry.