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GameStop Now Sells Download Codes For Mario And Donkey Kong: Minis On The Move

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If you don’t want to use a credit card or a Nintendo Prepaid Card to buy Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move, there’s an alternative option. Nintendo has announced that download codes for the game are now available for purchase at GameStop stores in North America. In our Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move review, we praised the game for its major replay value and said that it is one of the best games in the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS.

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    1. What is your goal in posting this? Ask yourself why would I go to a Nintendo fan site and proclaim that Nin is finished. What do you get out of, trying poorly might I add, to antagonize strangers? Are you that sad and ronery or do you think it’s funny? I’m studying the lowly Internet troll and will publish my findings on you creatures soon. Until then you all should crawl back into your playstation wholes and play games with lots of yelling and explosions.

      1. I bet at Nintendo the developers sit around at the conference room table and say, “I have a new idea for a game!”. The developer explains the idea and then Miyamoto jumps on the table and screams, “That wouldn’t sell very well, let’s throw Mario on it!”.

      1. you just failed…. again, just stop trying… imagining reading. you all ready read it!!!!!!! who imagines reading something.

  1. What a rip-off to charge any sort of customer for cheat codes that are already implemented in the game. I will not be buying or supporting this BS. Keep this up, Ninendo, and you might just get an added pirate to your list.

    1. What on earth? This is a download code so you just don’t have to use a credit card if you want to, how’s cheating?

      1. Sorry–purely an error in my part! I only read the heading and disregarded the rest… However there are companies out there that DO charge for downloadable cheat codes, and if Nintendo ever took that route, my thoughts and actions would not change.

      2. Oh, sorry for misunderstanding, then. And I agree, but Nintendo is not that despicable to do that.

  2. By the way, those who say FPS are killing gaming would be shamless hypocrites if they choose to buy this game. If this ‘charging for cheat codes’ virus spreads and manifests itself unto all video game companies, I for one would quit gaming altogether.

    1. cry on some more its entertaining maybe till the time you stop crying your judgment will un fog and you will figure out that what you just said has nothing to do with what this was even about!!!!!!

  3. My god the Internet is full of idiots today. It’s a download code. As in you pay for a code that allows one to download the game. I swear people are just looking for an excuse to bitch about Nintendo.. If its not your thing don’t spend ten bucks on it. Today is a day of retro gaming goodness. Super Metroid and Super Mario bros 2. Awe yeah!

    1. Really? And here I thought today was an age of advanced games with highly defined graphics, better mechanics, complex storytelling with beautiful cutscences, and exciting online multiplayer experiences. Hmm… No, I retro is the way to go.

    2. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to connect my Home Pong to my colour less TV for hours of out of this world entertainment!

  4. Mario and Donkey Kong Minis is kind of boring i am surprised they continue the franchise. đź’‹

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