@Mr_Mustache I still haven't opened my copy of Professor Layton and the Unwound Future from...two years ago?...along with my copy of Professor Layton and the Last Specter, Kirby Mass Attack, Star Fox 3D, among many many others. That and I JUST bought Kid Icarus.
I was almost a bit angry since I just bought Radiant Hystoria, however luckily I was able to still find three games I wanted. Decided to get Pokémon Black, Rhythm Haven Fever, and Rayman Origins. Pokémon, I never saw a sale on, so I figure this is as good as I'll get, Rhythm Haven Fever looks like a game that'll get dirt cheap in the future, however it also looks fun so I want it now. Rayman is probably the weakest deal of my bunch, since it got real cheap real fast everywhere, but still decent enough for a new copy. If it's as good as its acclaim, it'll be worth it.
I got... Rhythm Heaven, Rayman Origins, Need For Speed: MW (if it wasn't for my nephew, I would've gotten Fossil Fighters: Champions), Midnight Club Platinum (also for the neph), Nano Assault, and Banjo Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts (because I am a stupid consumer whore).
Dammit, I really want to pick up Radiant Historia as a part of this sale, but I dunno if I can justify it since I'm picking up Xenoblade next week, and I still haven't played all of the Vita games I got B2G1 last month, or RE: Revelaitons, Star Fox, and MGS3D, also from last month.
Rhythm Heaven dirt cheap in the near future? It's a Nintendo title, few of those drop in price quickly.
I didn't say "near future," I just said "future." Some Nintendo titles get dirt cheap if they don't sell well, and sadly, this might be one of them. Metroid Other M dropped to $10 within a year, Sin and Punishment 2 got close to that in a year, I saw Kirby's Epic Yarn for $8 a year after its release, Metroid Prime 3 got dirt cheap after the Trilogy was released... it isn't a common occurrence, but some of Nintendo's lessor known/worse selling games get cheap.
@AnandHow did you get two free games? I thought it was limited to one per customer.
@PogueSquadron It was a holiday sale at Best Buy. Granted, the holidays tend to have crazy deals, and it's unlikely to see prices like that. But the point I was making is that it isn't impossible to find some Nintendo games for really cheap prices, even if you have to be patient and be in the right place at the right time. Best Buy also offered 3DS games like Steel Diver and Pilotwings for $5, but sadly I missed out on those.