You can't go wrong really at £129.85 for the new Nintendo 3DS console given that Shopto.net have even offered to throw in three free games for us, and one of them is even Mario Kart 7. Big cheer!
The three games on offer are displayed towards the bottom of the page where they all state 'free' and can be added to your basket at no extra cost.
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.
We're big fans of Professor Layton's handheld puzzlers, and Miracle Mask is a fine instalment in the series. ShopTo have the cheapest price for the game at present, though it has gone cheaper than this before, and ShopTo's eBay outlet often pops this game into bundle deals. Still, it'll save you a few pennies on Argos' price.
You can also buy Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask for £7.84 from Amazon, though you'll have to pay extra for delivery if you haven't got Prime. Cheers Buzz and TheMo123.
Not fussed about the New Nintendo 3DS and it's added C-stick? Just want access to the 3DS' awesome library of games? Well, try this 3DS bundle on for size. ShopTo's outlet is giving away an Ice White 3DS along with Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask for under £100.
Here's an impressive deal for handheld puzzle fans. Argos are currently selling a black 3DS XL with two fantastic Professor Layton puzzle games, which will probably last you until New Year, at a serious saving. The Azran Legacy is a recent release too.
As far as I'm concerned, the 3DS XL is a superb piece of kit: comfortable, well-featured and surprisingly practical thanks to its improved battery life. And let's not forget its game collection, which went from worrisome to awesome over the last 18 months. Thanks to TheMo123 @ HUKD!
EA's decision to withhold review copies until the day before launch seems to have paid off, since the incredibly mediocre Medal Of Honor: Warfighter has unseated FIFA 13 to take this week's top spot on the strength of its pre-orders. It's also the fastest week-one seller in the entire MoH series, according to UKIE. Flashy trailers seem to count for a lot, which expertly hide the mess of glitches, gameplay issues and dearth of imagination inherent in EA's annual shooter offering. You can read our take on it in our 5/10 Medal Of Honor: Warfighter review.Click here to read more...
Nintendo dropped a whole bunch of 3DS video awesomeness today during their Nintendo Direct presentation, with trailers for Fire Emblem Awakening, Paper Mario: Sticker Star, and Animal Crossing: New Leaf amongst others. They also announced the arrival of Suda 51′s Liberation Maiden on the North American eShop. It's pretty damn brilliant, as Jon revealed in his review.Hit the jump for all of the trailery goodness >>>
Level-5 have localised the latest Professor Layton And The Miracle Mask trailer into English, showing off the characters and storyline while letting us Westerners understand what's supposed to be going on. As you'd expect from the first Professor Layton game designed specifically for the 3DS, it looks fantastic.
Professor Layton And The Miracle Mask is slated for an imminent October 26th launch.Click here to read more...
As well as blowing the lid on the 3DS XL, spilling the beans on Animal Crossing 3DS, and revealing Namco Bandai's collaboration on the next Smash Bros., the Nintendo Direct Presentation Which SHould Have Been The E3 Presser also dropped a number of trailers for upcoming titles.
Fret not if you missed the video last night, we've got them all for you in one nice neat roundup.Hit the jump for Pokemon, Mario, Kirby, and the esteemed Prof. Layton...