It might not contain the best games for the system, but this is still a fantastic bundle with two good games thrown in. Considering how both games mentioned are at least £20 each, it makes this offer great value. Do note that there is a chance that the items may be sent individually. Thanks to 1nternet @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Mario & Luigi: Dream Team Bros. review for more details.
Black Friday is almost upon us, but that hasn't stopped deals like this one appearing early. While it doesn't come with a game, it is the cheapest for a 3DS console and is actually cheaper than the best offer for a 2DS at the time of writing. It's a mighty find saving overall, and it sets you up to be able to play a huge library of fantastic games for the handheld. Thanks to gooner for the heads-up!
We doubt we'll see this get particular bundle for cheaper, even in next week's Black Friday madness, so this is a great deal for those that want to get hold of a 3DS. It comes pre-loaded with a copy of Pokemon X, meaning you'll have you hands full catching them all before you need to look to the extensive list of fantastic exclusives for Nintendo's handheld. Thanks to jedijacobs @ HUKD!
Be sure to check out our Pokemon X & Y review for more details.
Puzzle and Dragons Z + Puzzle and Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition has dropped in price yet again. £10.99 is the cheapest we have seen for this game to date and beats the next best offering from Argos by £1.
Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition is a fantastic package, containing two meaty match-3 RPGs and hours of quality content without a single microtransaction. Accessible, deep and involving, it's great for killing a few minutes or an entire evening at a time.
A perfect match for the 3DS. - Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition Review | Perfect Match
With a catalogue of titles including New Super Mario Bros. 2 (review), Mario Kart 7 (review) and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (review) the 3DS is possibly the best handheld gaming option on the market at the moment. This latest deal from Tesco on their eBay page can land you a refurbished Nintendo 3DS for only £69.99.
Alternatively, if white isn't quite your shade then you can grab a brand new pink 3DS for £79.99 from the guys over at the GamesCentre.
Full credit to iamthebatman01 on HUKD for the heads up.
This week's Nintendo eShop update due on the 6th August brings in two new titles and some great savings over the Wii U, Virtual Console and 3DS platforms.
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Kid Icarus Uprising is a triumphant and emphatic return to form for Nintendo. It contains more innovation, more personality and more unabashed fun than we've seen over the last two years from the beloved company; creating a unique, gorgeous, unfailingly competent and staggeringly replayable portable epic.
Uncomfortable controls stop Uprising from securing perfect marks, but be in no doubt, this absolutely has to become part of your collection. - Kid Icarus Uprising Review | Soaring Return To Form
We really do have to take our hats of to Shopto,net for this month's Pay Day Sale. We have seen some great offerings from them including Batman: Arkham Knight (PS4) for only £29.86, XCOM Enemy Unknown (PS3) at £2.86 and Scribblenauts Unlimited on the Nintendo 3Ds at £5.86. They've really given us no excuse not to experience cheap gaming this summer.
Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition is a fantastic package, containing two meaty match-3 RPGs and hours of quality content without a single microtransaction. Accessible, deep and involving, it's great for killing a few minutes or an entire evening at a time. - Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition Review | Perfect Match
As with all Argos deals the price is based on store collection or you can choose to have it delivered for £3.95. That wouldn't really make much sense however as it's £14.99 delivered from Base.com and £11.99 beats all previous deal entries we have seen by £3.
Today you can save £5 off Game's Top 20 chart games, which includes some rather tasty pricing over the Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Wii U formats.
Head over to Game and check out their Top 20 chart games and save yourself £5 by simply using code SAVEFIVE.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is utterly magnificent. Newfound vertical freedom, extraordinary new monsters and native 3DS multiplayer makes for the best game in the series to date, coupled with a much more compelling storyline and some killer new features.
It's an acquired taste that's often as easy to hate as it is to love, sometimes it comes dangerously close to driving you mad, but you absolutely must try Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. Once you push through some initial frustration, get your head around some of the quirkier mechanics and team up with some reliable hunters, you'll find a new addiction with no equal on the system. At the very least, download the demo and see how you get on. - Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Review | The Best Game I've Ever Hated
We have seen MH4:U around this price in the past, but with all those prices rising way back up, this is currently the cheapest option to obtain possibly one of the best Nintendo 3DS games available.
Although we have seen Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask hovering around this price quite often as of late, £4.98 is a great price and perfect timing for those upcoming school holidays. This purchase would obviously require you to click and collect given that Argos have that crazy set price for £3.95, which removes any potential for a deal.
It's Indie Week over at the Nintendo Store with some fantastic savings on titles such as Never Alone, Mega Man, Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition and more...
Be sure to check out CDKeys for the best pricing on Nintendo eShop wallet prices where currently a£15 topup will cost only £13.29 and a £25 card will cost you only £22.79 when using that 5% discount code from their Facebook page!
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Wii U Virtual Console
Wii U eShop 'Epic Indie Sale'
The offers in this promotion are applicable if you already own one or more of these Wii U eShop downloads on your system.
Stock is low on this one guys so I won't beat around the bush. Get to Tesco and buy it now.
Link Between Worlds is a fantastic game that most definitely needs your time and money. Despite its sequel status it brings plenty of new ideas to the table, the majority of which work very well, and some are truly inspired. The item loan system is the only blemish on an otherwise perfect scorecard that stop it from reaching the upper echelons of Zelda greatness. - The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Review | A Tribute to the Past
Three new major features are heading to Miiverse for Wii U and 3DS users this summer in a little refresh to the Nintendo service:
Play Journal will allow players to record their thoughts and experiences from games into their own personal journals.Click here to read more...
No, it's not a huge departure for the series, but there's enough here to make Mario Kart 7 an essential purchase for anyone who owns a 3DS. - 8/10 Dealspwn review.
Mario Kart 7 at this price is essential gaming for any Nintendo 3Ds owner but would beg the question as to why you would own a 3DS but not Mario Kart 7? Sort it out.
You will need to do the standard motion of heading over to the CDKeys Facebook page to grab that 5% discount code.
Amazon has listed the white New Nintendo 3DS console on their French website for just €152.98. If you log into your Amazon account on the French site you will find that when you get to checkout it will equal to £112.96. The price also includes 2-3 day delivery and any import charges are in the final price.
Thanks to Quikfinder at HUKD for the heads up.
The latest batch of Nintendo eShop reductions are now available from the Nintendo eShop.
Be sure to check out CDKeys for the best pricing on Nintendo eShop wallet prices where currently a £15 topup will cost only £13.29 and a £25 card will cost you only £22.79 when using that 5% discount code from their Facebook page!
OK....Let's a go! You can now grab a Nintendo 3DS with Super Mario Bros. 2 for only £79 from Tesco Direct.
You will need to use the current £10 off a £75 spend code 'TDX-HGMR' to reduce the price from the listed £89.
Whilst you are waiting upon delivery of your bargain Nintendo 3DS you can read Jon's review of New Super Mario Bros. 2 where he scored it a 7/10 telling us:
"New Super Mario Bros. 2 wants money for old rope. But here's the problem: the rope is so shiny, so polished, so comfortingly familiar and so much fun that it's sometimes difficult to care.Click here to read more...
PlayStation Vita & Nintendo 3DS owners can buy a copy of Lego The Hobbit for just £6.95 over on The Game Collection website. From the makers of the immensely popular LEGO The Lord of the Rings, comes LEGO The Hobbit, inspired by the first two films in The Hobbit Trilogy: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and the upcoming The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug.