Nintendo is holding a massive sale on many popular Wii U and 3DS games on behalf of E3 week. As part of celebrations for the largest entertainment and gaming expo taking place in Los Angeles, Nintendo has offered savings of up to 30% off in the Nintendo eShop on select franchises such as Mario, The Legend of Zelda, LEGO and Yoshi. From now until June 23, 8:59 a.m. PT, fans in North America can purchase games from the eShop or via nintendo.com at a reduced price. To view the full list of titles available at discounted rates, head over to the official E3 offers page, here. Alternatively, a list of the biggest and best savings is detailed below.
Mario Wii U
- Mario Party 10 – $34.99 was $49.99
- Super Mario 3D World – $41.99 was $59.99
- New Super Mario Bros. U – $41.99 was $59.99
- Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker – $27.99 was $39.99
- Mario and Luigi: Dream Team – $27.99 was $39.99
- Mario Golf: World Tour – $20.99 was $29.99
- Mario Tennis Open – $27.99 was $39.99
- Super Mario 3D Land – $20.99 was $29.99
Zelda Wii U / 3DS
- Hyrule Warriors – $41.99 was $59.99
- The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD – $34.99 was $49.99
- The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds (3DS) – $27.99 was $39.99
- The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap – $5.59 was $7.99
Yoshi Wii U / 3DS
- Yoshi’s New Island (3DS) – $27.99 was $39.99
- Yoshi Touch & Go – $6.99 was $9.99
- Yoshi’s Island DS – $6.99 was $9.99
- Yoshi (3DS) – $3.49 was $4.99
Nintendo of Europe / UK are also hosting a similar sale with up to 30% off on a smaller selection of titles in both the Wii U and 3DS eShops. For details on exactly which games you can get and their UK prices per platform, see the list below.
Wii U (UK prices listed)
- Hyrule Warriors – £27.99 was £39.99
- Metroid Prime Trilogy – £12.59 was £17.99
- Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones – £4.40 was £6.29
- Mario Power Tennis – £4.40 was £6.29
- Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga – £4.40 was £6.29
3DS (UK prices listed)
- The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds – £27.99 was £39.99
- Fire Emblem: Awakening – £27.99 was £39.99
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf – £24.49 was £34.99
- Star Fox 64 3D – £27.99 was £39.99
- Mario Tennis Open – £27.99 was £39.99
- Mario & Luigi Dream Team Bro – £24.49 was £34.99
- Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity – £24.49 was £34.99
- Chibi-Robo! Let’s Go, Photo! – £8.18 was £11.69
only north america… can nintendo trow more bullshit at me today
Europe sale is now live.
Thanks, updated the post with UK price lists.
So wait, are the last ones on the lists the 3ds eshop offers?
I’ve labelled the 3DS ones now so that it’s clearer. :)
Boom, much better thank you.
can tell you’re a jobsworth
>>>How about 80% off in both retail and digital for 1 month to at least mend some wounds here and there worldwide?>>>
No! That’s too fucking good of an idea for Nintendo to use! Nintendo is laughing at your suggestion! *sigh*
>>>You can only imagine the war I would wage across the gaming world if I was the Supreme Lord of Nintendo>>>
Does Best Buy price match with the eShop?
It should’ve been at least 50%. Then maybe I would’ve got Link Between Worlds.
Even at full price Link Between Worlds is worth it. Its a great game.
but to pay $7.60 for Ryu on the 3DS in Australia is a farkin joke. No one is doubting its a great game. But this is a lame sale.
Of course not, its horrible, but just like all DLC a fanboy will buy it and rip on the practice when doesn’t benefit one.
Well to be fair, Nintendo NEVER has good sales. They have always sucked ass, Nintendo is the worst when it comes to sales.
Nintendo aint stupid they try to profit but it wouldnt kill them if say the $50-60 were abouy $20 if only for a day. Like surprise we on sale but only for a limited time.
Skulle vært i Europa også!
Hey Nintendo. Do a 75% sake on wiiu consoles worldwide. After todays fiasco. No one will want that piece of craps. Sony destroyed e3 this year. Well done
Destroyed? Not really, but it seem like it to one who is fooled easily.
Lets see what the polls say then shall we. The PS4 is the console to have right now. There was something in their presentation for EVERYONE. And it was a great service to fans.
Sure there was but a lot of that stuff was multiplatform. I’m not denying that they had a great show, but most of that content is also showing up on PC or XBO. They managed to get the whole “I announced it first” but that’s pretty much it. Even Final Fantasy 7 is coming to the XBO. The Last Guardian has mixed reactions with people. I would say their biggest win was the CoD DLC early access stuff.
Uncharted we already knew of.
The only really big surprise that’s actually exclusive is Horizon, which looks fucken Amazing.
That’s because Sony thought of 2015 in 2008.
>>>Whatever, I go recharge my energy as a Hyper Missile straight to my head from that dreaded hunter would feel better today than these useless backups>>>
Shit. I betted with several of my Xbox and PlayStation friends 20 dollars each who will have the better E3. They started laughing their asses of when they announced Mario Tennis and showed Animal Crossing for the Wii U. Moral of the story? Fuck you Nintendo :)
Aww look at this. Blaming Nintendo ass kissers who accepted anything from Nintendo. Now all of a sudden it’s Nintendo’s fault. Should have complaind for lack of online when NSMBU, Tropical Freeze, 3D World, Nintendo Land had lack of online and maybe SF0 would have had it. But Nintendo fans said online aint everything and neither graphics. Nintendo is just making the game you guys continue to defend against Blackbond and other trolls.
Also I don’t think they did this sale to ‘celebrate’. I think this is their apology for being a dumbass during E3.
Well it’s a bad apology since it’s only 30% off. 60-80% off sounds like a better apology.
LOL they really need to learn from Steam
Steam? Should have said that when Nintendo Land was new.But Nintendo fans defended that.