Big Sale on Nintendo First-Party E-Shop Titles

Big Sale on Nintendo First-Party E-Shop Titles

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Becuzisaid1153d ago

Sale? Yes, they are not full price. Big sale? Not even remotely close.

sparced1153d ago (Edited 1153d ago )

Nintendo games are totally overpriced and rarely worth it. I bought a reduced Wii U console over a year ago but still only have a handful of games for it because the games never go down in price.

Given the choice to get a couple of real next gen titles that are a month or two old or one single Wii U game from 2 years ago the choice is easy. The same problem stopped me from getting a 3DS.

What Nintendo really needs to offer is a subscription service and free games model.

marloc_x1153d ago (Edited 1153d ago )

You know what is common?

A subscriber with a huge backlog of untouched games..

..and devs not getting the compensation they deserve.

GordonKnight1153d ago

There is a flipside to Nintendo's pricing of games. Nintendo games have always held their value. This makes it easy to purchase their games day one, because a month after release I won't find it for half price. Like most 3rd party games. All these companies dropping the price of their games so fast. This just tells me that their are only in it for the money and not for the love of gaming.

Nintendo knows that they produce a quality product that people will continue to purchase through the whole generation at full price. There are not many games that can say their never dropped the price and continued to sale stead through the whole console life cycle.


Yes, my backlog is huge because of PS+ & XBLA. Thing that sucks about most of the free games that I accumulated from PS+ & XBLA. I haven't played them, but would've if I had it on the Wii U because of the gamepad.IMO.

TXIDarkAvenger1153d ago

Poorly done. At least link the deals or list all of them. Do people even look at the page before approving?