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eShop sales from Nintendo / Shin'en: 30% off Pushmo, Fluidity: Spin Cycle, Nano Assault Neo, more!
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May 01, 2013, 20:35:22
 
It appears that there are two new sales happening at the same time? Not sure if this is a coordinated effort or what. Lots of great titles in here, so if you have been holding off, now might be the time to jump in! This is for North America only, although I believe that Europe may be having similar sales.


First, Nintendo is offering 30% off of several 3DS digital downloads:

Through May 9th, 2013:
Pushmo - $4.99
3D Classics: Kirby's Adventure - $4.99
Dillon's Rolling Western - $6.99
Fluidity: Spin Cycle - $7.99
Tokyo Crash Mobs - $4.99

Second, Shin'en is offering 30% off of several of their games across the Wii U and 3DS:

Through May 9th, 2013:
Nano Assault EX (3DS) - $9.99
Art of Balance TOUCH! (3DS) - $4.99
Fun! Fun! Minigolf TOUCH! (3DS) - $3.49
Nano Assault NEO (Wii U) - $6.99

Finally, old news but good news, Level 5's Guild01 titles are still on sale and will be for awhile:

Through May 30th, 2013
Aero Porter - $2.99
Crimson Shroud - $4.99
Liberation Maiden - $4.99

SOURCE: Nintendo.Com / Level 5 press release

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Posted: 05/01/13, 20:35:22  - Edited by 
 on: 05/01/13, 20:48:49    
 
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Might have to go for Pushmo...


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 20:41:32
7 dollars for Dillon's Rolling Western is pretty darn good.

The sequel's an improvement, so that's something to consider. But the basic gameplay is the same in both games, just with an evolution of the formula in the new game.

So if you're interested, but concerned you may not like the play style of the series, I say take advantage of the sale price and try out the original. If you're pretty sure you'll like it, but maybe not enough to get both games, then stick with the sequel.


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 20:47:40
Anyone who has yet to try Fluidity or Art of Balance -- chop chop!


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 20:50:06
I am totally getting Fluidity for that price!

nate38 said:
Might have to go for Pushmo...
I didn't know there were still people who hadn't played Pushmo... you know what to do.


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 20:51:38
I'd especially recommend Fluidity: Spin Cycle, because it is awesome yet it seems like no one has played it yet.


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 20:54:08
@Zero
It's a sweet, sweet game. I reviewed it for Nintendo Enthusiast back when it was released, but I can't be arsed to find a URL to link to as a second opinion. Although, our opinions seem to be pretty much the same anyway.


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 20:58:00
Good things come to those who wait.


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 20:58:13
Should I buy Fluidity now (and not play it for a while due to a 3DS backlog) or wait and hope it's eventually offered as a free game on Club Nintendo? Decisions, decisions...


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 20:59:17
Jargon said:
Good things come to those who wait.

Yes. I'm never buying video games again.


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 21:00:25
I hope my sister gets a 3DS for her birthday; I'll make her buy Crimson Shroud.


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 21:19:00
Zero said:
I'd especially recommend Fluidity: Spin Cycle, because it is awesome yet it seems like no one has played it yet.

I've got it and played it. Talk about a game that should not have 3D on while playing!

(If memory serves, it disables that option)


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 22:10:21  - Edited by 
 on: 05/01/13, 22:10:54
@canonj
It's worth the money, if you have it. But it's also worth the full price, if you want to wait. How big are the chances of you guys getting it for free? Do they usually give away third-party developed games like that? Well, it's Nintendo published, but still.

@Deerock69
Yeah, there's no 3D in Fluidity, thank jebus. Perfectly logical given the controls, but kind of a pity since the main levels are so pretty, and they could have been pretty sweet in 3D.


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 22:33:34  - Edited by 
 on: 05/01/13, 22:35:50
@r_hjort

Well, there's certainly a chance that it'll be available with Club Nintendo since the game's published by Nintendo. In fact, the first Fluidity has gone up as a reward at least a couple times in the past.


Posted by 
 on: 05/01/13, 23:41:48
r_hjort said:
Anyone who has yet to try Fluidity or Art of Balance -- chop chop!

I do think I'll get both these. I've been looking at that Balance game for quite some time, so now is perfect!


Posted by 
 on: 05/02/13, 04:44:12
I've been meaning to try Dillon's...


Posted by 
 on: 05/02/13, 05:12:51
I don't know why, but fluidity sounds boring to me. Getting water (or whatever the fluid is) from one point to another doesn't sound fun to me at all.

@Marsh

Same here.


Posted by 
 on: 05/02/13, 05:30:57  - Edited by 
 on: 05/02/13, 05:31:34
Club Nintendo or bust.


Posted by 
 on: 05/02/13, 05:33:23
Pushmo bought. A bunch more of those look tempting...


Posted by 
 on: 05/02/13, 05:38:29
Is Nano Assault Neo good? It looked cool but it looked like one of those games I had to play while everyone was playing it and competing with each other.


Posted by 
 on: 05/02/13, 06:14:13
@shinriley It's more like Metroid with more puzzles. Well, the first one anyway. The 3DS one has individual stages. But still, it has a bit of that back and forth.

@PogueSquadron It's not bad, but honestly without the leaderboard competition I wouldn't have gotten to into it. Still, you can always try to beat our scores anyway, even if we're not all still playing it!


Posted by 
 on: 05/02/13, 08:02:10  - Edited by 
 on: 05/02/13, 08:03:31
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