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Buy Mega Man X For Wii U Virtual Console And Get Ghosts’n Goblins Half Price

mega-manWith the special Kirby sale ending today in North America, now’s your chance to grab the newly released Mega Man X for the Wii U virtual console in a special one-week deal. Until June 6, Mega Man fans can purchase the nifty title at $7.99 and receive Ghosts’n Goblins at a fantastic 50% discount off the  $4.99 price tag. It also works the other way around (and it’s cheaper this way too), so if you’re fanatic for Ghosts’n Goblins, you get Mega Man X at 50% off as well.

Also new in this week for North America are two Zelda classics for the Nintendo 3DS: The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons. So if you’ve been waiting to get your hands on these two titles, you’ll be able to grab them from the eShop for $4.99 each until June 20 (normally $5.99). And finally,  you can download The Denpa Men 2: Beyond the Waves for the Nintendo 3DS straight from the eShop at $11.99 and conduct your own adventure with these cute little critters. What titles will you be getting this week? Let us know in the comments below.

21 comments

  1. Hopefully this comes to Europe. I’ve always wanted to give GnG a try. Assuming, of course, that upgrading from the Wii version of MMX still counts.

  2. No way, prices are too high for this emulated game. According to me it’s not a morality to sell such old games at theese prices. I could spend 1 – 2$, not more.

  3. It’s cheaper to buy Ghosts and Goblins first at full price and get Mega Man half off than the other way around. G&G is $4.99 plus 1/2 MM @ 7.99 (3.99) = $8.99. While $7.99 MM + 1/2 G&G @ 4.99 (2.49) = $10.49 : )

    1. Yeah, you’re right. May as well take advantage of the offer the cheapest way you can! :D I’ve edited it into the article, so thanks for bringing it to my (and others) attention.

    1. All titles should be available by 9am PST on the eShop. However, Donkey Kong was a little late last week (or so we were told), so just keep checking back as and when you can.

  4. They really botched the title here – you should get the $5 NES game first and then get the $8 SNES game for $4.

    It’ll be $9 that way instead of $10.50!

    1. Yeah except my friend when it transfers over from Wii VC to WII U VC it’s even cheaper

      1. I paid a total of $3 for all three Kirby games. 2 of them I owned on Wii and the third was free. Think about it

  5. I am on the fence about jumping on this deal. I already got the oracle games today. I am interested in trying megaman out, as I have only ever played the game boy advanced one. Should I go for it?

    1. it plays close to Megaman Z, just not as fast paced. But IMO, The X series, is a hell of a lot better than the Z series. I say, go for it.

  6. Megaman X is legitimately one of the best SNES games ever made, and that is saying a lot.

  7. Hey Rob, sorry it’s taken me so long to get back to you! I went to Sydney so there was a lot to get done beforehand apgeiools!It sounds like you’ve got quite a good attention span when it comes to games. I’m pleased to hear you’re playing the Yakuza series, it’s one of my personal favourites too! I’m happy they’re releasing the first two games in a HD collection, hopefully it will expand the fanbase. Which game in the series are you up to? Are you playing the PSP games and Kenzan as well?I don’t really have a favourite genre the only ones I’m not fond of are sports and racing titles, I guess. It’s more the concept of the game that hooks me. I love shmups and fighting games but I find it hard to focus on them, maybe because they’re the kinds of games that take a lot of effort to get good at and I’m pretty lazy, haha!

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