If you just want the plot, there's also a visual novel version 999 on iOS I think, and maybe Android. It's the same game but without the puzzles. I believe you still choose which path you want to go through, so that aspect of the game is still there.
If you wanted to get a handle on the puzzle mechanics then get 999, but if you just want to get up to date with the story then you could go the mobile route. To be honest, getting the different endings on the 3DS can be....time consuming. It gets super repetitive having to solve the same puzzles over and over and over again.
Touche but it would be in a lot of publisher's interests to make these games available and the process can't be too hard I'd imagine. My focus then points at the publishers themselves. Who is working with Nintendo on this? Who isn't and why? Curiosities abound!
Is there any word on more Nintendo Selcts titles coming to North America? I'd love to get Wind Waker. I'd love it even more if I could time the purchase with a 15% coupon but I imagine Nintendo will figure out a way to let that not happen.
So I'm wondering if I can combine cards...could I get a $25 eShop card and a $25 Steam card and a $25 XBox card? This will probably save me money in the long run haha (or that's what I tell myself). The $15 at Target will get used up no problem.
Well, if you really want both yoi can download Bayonetta from eshop for $29.99, but yhen you only have to pay $9.99 for the original Bayonetta.
I figure at the time, tyring to get both physical versions, the price is only going to go up. Actually, I just checked and both my Gamestops still have brand new Bayonetta 2 for $29.99 plus tax. That makes the price for both $31.79. I would buy one for you, ifvyou wanted to send me money via paypal, plus a few dollars for shipping via media mail. I'd put the game in a cardboard box with bubblewrap. I'm sure if you just added on $2, that would cover shipping.
Nintendo doesn't really get involved in Humble stuff often. They've done two Bundles. Everyone has been talking about the Humble Friends of Nintendo bundle which was really good. And that was like a week ago.
I actually don't know if it's Nintendo that Humble store would have to work with or the publishers themselves, but it's just rare that Nintendo games go on there.
Still, they had Affordable Space Adventures, Shantae, and Citizens of Earth last week. Not too shabby at all.