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Submitted by nrvalleytime 657d ago | news

Atlus announces SMT IV and Fire Emblem: Awakening club nintendo deal for $30 eShop credit

"There were rumors of this one yesterday, but Atlus has confirmed today that registering both Shin Megami Tensei IV and Fire Emblem: Awakening on Club Nintendo will give you $30 in eShop Credit." (3DS, eShop, Fire Emblem: Awakening, Shin Megami Tensei 4, Wii U)

Donnieboi  +   657d ago
Yes!!!! I love you Atlus!
dedicatedtogamers  +   657d ago
Definitely a good deal. I already bought FE:A and I'm getting SMT4 day one, so it's basically just a bonus for me.

I'll probably buy New Leaf off the eShop.
bakagaijin78  +   656d ago
Its a great deal, especially for 2 high-quality IPs. I hadn't picked up FE:A yet simply because I've been slowly plugging my way through my backlist of games, but this deal made me order it just now. Will be picking up SMT4 day one.

So, any advice out there on good games on the eshop?

Right now I only have Monster Hunter for WiiU, and for the 3DS is have Animal Crossing, and a Harvest Moon game (have Rune Factory 4 pre-ordered). Based on that, any hidden gems anyone can recommend?
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dedicatedtogamers  +   656d ago
Can't speak for Wii-U but on 3DS Kokuga is a great shmup. Mighty Switch Force is also good.

When push comes to shove, you could always buy a bunch of Virtual Console gems. $30 would nab you a fair amount of Game Boy and GBC games for your 3DS if that's your thing.
animegamingnerd  +   657d ago
now i am very tempted to buy shin magai tensei 4
nrvalleytime  +   657d ago
That's the spirit man. I'm hoping it's even remotely close to FE:A in terms of quality; if it is, that 30 eShop credit will be saved for the crossover game coming sometime in the next year or so.

Just great fan-service.
Donnieboi  +   657d ago
Buy it! SMT is the new Final Fantasy. Also if u also have a Vita, buy all the persona games too. And keep an eye out for SMTxFire Emblem if u have a Wii U.
Kenshin_BATT0USAI  +   657d ago
Got both, awesome^^
Dj7FairyTail  +   657d ago
Now all we need is Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem to be shown
Kenshin_BATT0USAI  +   656d ago
I know where I'm putting my $30 credit LOL
Xof  +   657d ago
Some key points:

-There's no retroactive time limit (this time), so if you bought FEA at launch, so long as you registered it with CN it will count toward the promotion.

-It doesn't matter whether you buy physical or digital copies of either game.

....

So, basically: the best promotion Nintendo has ever done--and, I believe, the first promotion where they're not screwing anyone over.
klecser  +   656d ago
All of this has been confirmed in Nintendo's Facebook post about the offer. I was on the fence about SMT, but now I have no excuse.
PSjesus  +   657d ago
I thought both games well cost 30$ on eshop
nrvalleytime  +   657d ago
At the moment, SMT IV is $50 new and FE:A can be had for around 30-35 if you look hard enough. Digitally, I think both games go for $50 and $40.
PSjesus  +   656d ago
I already have Fire Emblem,but SMT for 50$ is this a special edition?
klecser  +   656d ago
I don't think so. But if you're going to give any company 50 bucks for a 3DS game, Atlus would be the ones.

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