For anyone that might be looking to expand their Nintendo 3DS library, Best Buy is currently doing a “Buy One, Get One Free” promotion on 3DS games. A few of the featured titles are some of the most recent hits on the system.
Anyone that picks up one of the following games can choose another one for free – the offer is valid both in-store and online:
- Bravely Default
- Disney Magical World
- Kirby Triple Deluxe
- Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
- Mario Golf: World Tour
- Mario Party: Island Tour
- Pokemon X
- Pokemon Y
- Tomodachi Life
- Yoshi’s New Island
The offer stands until July 26.
via Nintendo Everything
3DStination.com reviews Mario Golf: World Tour, the first Mario Golf outing in a decade. Check out how the 3DS installment finishes out after the break.
According to the product page on GameFly.com, the upcoming 3DS golfing title Mario Golf: World Tour could be headed to retailers and the Nintendo eShop on August 25.
This makes a lot of sense, and is the big reason I decided to post the rumor (origin: NWR). With big releases slated for May (DKCR 3D), June (Animal Crossing), July (Shin Megami Tensei IV), and October (Pokemon X & Y), August would be a decent month to release the game. It would also be two weeks after the release of Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, giving that game enough time to generate some sales before the public is hit with another Mario-based title.
Wrapping up my coverage of today’s Nintendo Direct, I would like to touch on three quick points of news related to different Mario games: Mario Golf: World Tour, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, and an all-new Mario Party title. Continue reading
Just a quick blurb, the next Nintendo Direct presentation is coming tomorrow, April 17th.
The news is 3DS-exclusive, so we should get a slew of release dates/trailers/new information for future titles; my guess is on Mario Golf: World Tour, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, and some of the other big 2013 releases.
Stay tuned for updates tomorrow morning, possibly later in the afternoon.