Nintendo offering 39% off certain titles
Announces? It has been going on for a few days.
Not been available in EU but hopefully it will soon. If the sale does come to the EU I think I'll pick up Metroid.
Nintendo's sales are pathetic... I'm sorry but the are, I'm not expecting Steam like prices but they should at least have prices on par with PSN/Xbox Live
Nintendo is very stingy when it comes to almost everything (game prices, hardware features, peripheral costs, etc.). Look at how paltry the features are for the Wii U itself, they left out even the most basic features like an internal HDD (or even an empty bay for one), ethernet port, bluray drive, analog triggers on any controllers, etc. It's amazing that they sold as many consoles as they did, given the dire lack of features and poor specs. Sad, because back in the NES/SNES era, they were the best.
..outsold Destiny.. One cannot profit from ethernet ports and 3rd party alone..
Who needs an Ethernet port when you have wifi....who doesn't have wifi these days? Wifi hubs come free with all broadband packages in the UK these days! Bluray drive + larger HDD = Additional costs. People have already used the excuse 'It costs too much' to death so if you want additional storage, 2tb is less than £100 and 1tb less than £50 And just to put the cherry on the cake....Wii U has analog triggers so back under the bridge for you troll boy!!
@jay While i dont agree with him totally, the gamepad and pro controller both only have digital triggers.
Nintendo sucks at sales.
“Super Smash Bros. outsold Destiny " Dang.
It outsold Destiny in Japan. That's what they meant.
I bought Oracle of Seasons a few hrs agos and it is pretty damn awesome. The new week sale is lame.
Oh, that sale that's going on week three now, right? Lazy, careless journalism.
I believe that was what the article covered, the third week of the sale. I even quoted "Week 3" in the article. But I appreciate your feedback.
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