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Nintendo Round Up 3DS Ambassador Details In Handy Scrolling Text Vid

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Matt Gardner
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3DS, 3DS Ambassador Programme, Freebies, Nintendo

Nintendo Round Up 3DS Ambassador Details In Handy Scrolling Text Vid

You may have heard that Nintendo are dropping the price of the 3DS. Hooray!...but less so if you already bought one at full whack like this chump. Not to fear, Nintendo are rewarding early 3DS buyers with an Ambassador Programme that will see anyone who visits the Nintendo eShop via their 3DS before August 12th received 20 free games.

Now, here at Dealspwn we're not ones to look a gift horse in the mouth. Price drops happen all of the time, and Nintendo didn't have to do this at all. So let's be thankful that they are.

Nintendo have released a few videos for the various territories in which they're rolling this initiative out, detailing the process and thanking early 3DS buyers for their support. They could have made the UK one more interesting, mind.

You can find the other videos at the source link.

[via Kotaku]

Add a comment3 comments
Late  Aug. 8, 2011 at 12:13

Why would they make it a video? Don't think I'll ever understand the Japanese mind.
Nearly as weird as women's minds.

I'd imagine Japanese womens' minds are a complete mindfuck then. (Hello to all the Japanese women reading this. I'm not racist or sexist. You're just bloody odd is all...) I've gone off on a tangent, haven't I...

JonLester  Aug. 8, 2011 at 12:15

Maa ii deshou, Late.

More to the point, though, that has to be one of the most boring things I've ever seen on the internet. I appreciate the sombre, respectful tone, but I think I slept through half of it.

Still, to the eShop!

Last edited by JonLester, Aug. 8, 2011 at 12:17
Slipstream  Aug. 8, 2011 at 16:06

Not helping: stupid prices in high-street shops for the older DS consoles abound. What will GAME to when they can't charge £130 for a DSi XL any more?

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