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Nintendo America Launches Smash-Themed eShop Sale On Select Titles Until October 2

Nintendo of America are hosting a Super Smash Bros-themed sale in the run up to the brawler’s 3DS release on October 3. Over the course of four weeks, Smash fans can purchase a number of firm-favourite Nintendo titles featuring veteran fighters and newcomers at discounted prices. As was revealed in the US Nintendo downloads today, bargain lovers can save up to 33 per cent on such titles which starts from today, September 4, until Thursday, October 2, 8.59am PT.

Similar to the Smash-themed veteran and newcomers two-week eShop sale for Europe, North America has detailed exactly which games you’ll be able to purchase for a lower price on its official website, here. Alternatively, check out the list below to see the first week’s sales, featuring games from Mario, Yoshi, and Little Mac.

From September 4 – 11:

Wii U

  • Super Mario Bros. U – $39.99 (usually $59.99)
  • Super Mario 3D World – $39.99 (usually $59.99)
  • Super Mario Bros. 2 – $3.49 (usually $4.99)
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 – $3.49 (usually $4.99)
  • Punch-Out!! featuring Mr. Dream – $3.49 (usually $4.99)


  • Super Mario 3D Land – $19.99 (usually $29.99)
  • Yoshi’s New Island – $29.99 (usually $39.99)
  • Super Mario Bros. 2 – $3.49 (usually $4.99)
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 – $3.49 (usually $4.99)
  • Punch-Out!! featuring Mr. Dream – $3.49 (usually $4.99)



52 thoughts on “Nintendo America Launches Smash-Themed eShop Sale On Select Titles Until October 2”

    1. SherlockWillFightBilbo

      It’s just for this week. Next week is Zelda, Fire Emblem, F-Zero, Kid Icarus, and one more IIRC. The third week is Pokémon. Fourth week is Animal Crossing and Kirby.

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  2. I’m guessing Star Fox 64 3D gonna be Fox’s on sale game considering it’s the only game on a next gen system. Lame.
    Release Star Fox 1 on the eShop, but with a higher MHZ.

    1. Dude I’ve tried to show them a rumor leak before . They just shot it down … smh.

      Something about Super Mario Sunshine for New 3DS

      1. They didn’t even send me an email about it.
        I think they only go for articles that are troll or click bait. Anything good about Nintendo is bad for business.

        1. I can relate. He’ll I even sent this tip in . No recognition what so ever. And when you got a leak or rumor , they just ignore. Who runs this site. My god.

          But I’ll be pumped when Project Cars comes out. Hopefully your tip isn’t just a rumor .

          1. Amazon UK and GAME say Project Cars is coming out in November for all Next gen consoles and PC which is strange seeing how Amazon UK and GAME have the same dates.

            I’m hoping it’s true too.

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                    URL’s are kinda gross and scary when they congregate like this. We need to have some sort of link segregation system that separate the rowdy URL’s from the gentle hyperlinks.

  3. The Yoshi’s island game should be $9.99. I’m a huge fan of the Yoshi’s island series but that game disappointed me, I didn’t even finish it because I hate it.

  4. One reason I never bought it , Seen the reviews of Nintendo gamers and thought ehhh I can skip. Bought the GBA one for like $6

      1. Opinions are Opinions , If all you’re going to do is be negative about something keep it to yourself and focus on the things you enjoy.

      1. Yeah..I did and I mostly see Mario games get a price cut with the exception of Yoshi’s New Island which I heard its shit and old Punchout game which doesn’t interest me. No Kirby, Metroid, Star Fox, even Wario Land game price cuts are in sight.

  5. There’s a serious lack of Fire Emblem, F-Zero and Star Fox games that it’s so predictable on what games are gonna be picked for sale, while other franchises like Pokemon, Mario, Sonic, MegaMan and Kirby have a wide variety, but X & Y probably gonna be one for sure.

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