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A Humble Friends of Nintendo Bundle Has Launched

A new Humble Bundle has been launched for third-party Nintendo eShop games. The price of Humble Bundles are not limited so you can pay whatever you wan. However, the more you pay, the more you’re rewarded. There are three different tiers of rewards, in which you can check out below. More games will be added next Tuesday, and you will be able to get them automatically if you have already paid more than the average price. The bundle will end on May 10th.

Pay $1

  • Retro City Rampage: DX (3DS)
  • Affordable Space Adventures (Wii U)
  • Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse (Wii U and 3DS)

Pay over the average of (this changes as more people buy the bundle, but as of this writing it’s $9)

  • Freedom Planet (Wii U)
  • Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure (3DS)
  • Citizens of Earth (Wii U and 3DS)
  • Retro City Rampage: DX 3DS HOME Theme

Pay over $13

  • Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition
  • Darksiders II


Thanks, gamelall123

34 thoughts on “A Humble Friends of Nintendo Bundle Has Launched”

    1. You could always give it to someone you know who has a Wii U.

      That’s what I’ll be doing with Shantae on Wii U and 3DS (as well as Retro City Rampage, since I already have a version of that game).

    1. If you haven’t played Darksiders before, spending an extra $3 to try it should be worth it if a demo isn’t available. However I played it and got tired of it after a while. The combat is good but the platforming and puzzles got tiresome for me and made me move on to something else.

    2. It’s polarizing. Imagine a mix between Zelda (overworld and puzzle-solving), Prince of Persia (acrobatic platforming) and God of War (combo-based combat) with RPG-lite elements thrown to the mix.

      I’m on the camp that found it to be less than the sum of its parts, but I’d say it’s worth it for 13 dollars. It’s a very peculiar game.

  1. I wouldn’t have expected Rhythm Thief to be in one of these bundle! :D Love the game so much I wouldn’t mind buying it again to gift it to someone.

      1. It’s a game with many different, but really fun, rhythm mini-games you play to progress the story. The game has really likable characters and a really fun story, and most importantly an absolutely amazing soundtrack (which is key in a great rhythm game). There’s a demo on the eShop you can try. If you like it, I highly recommend getting it.

        1. freedom planet was cool for the brief amount of time I played it, when I got to the giant bird boss i just stopped after a bunch of tries, it got too frustrating for me lol

  2. Incredible bundle, to say the least. Smartest investment I’ll make in the near future, to be sure.

    That said, Nintendo is accepting the money on the developers’ behalf. I’m sure the money will go to said participating devs, but I do wish Nintendo chose a more transparent method and allowed for a separate “developer” part of the money-split.

    1. neat. the only rythm game i really liked was that final fantasy one on the 3DS. I wish they’d release the Dragon Quest one in the US. Oh yeah, I guess I also liked Parrappa the Rappa lol

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