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Nintendo is having a 3DS Digital Deals Sale in the Nintendo eShop:

3DS Digital Deals Sale [nintendo.com]



GAMES INCLUDE:

Bravely Second: End Layer [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $27.99

Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop [nintendo.com] (was $29.99): $20.99

Dillon's Rolling Western: The Last Ranger [nintendo.com] (was $10.99): $7.69

Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $27.99

Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $27.99

Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $27.99

Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $27.99

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $19.99

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX [nintendo.com] (was $5.99): $4.19

PICROSS e7 [nintendo.com] (was $5.99): $4.19

Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $27.99

Pocket Card Jockey [nintendo.com] (was $6.99): $4.89

Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $27.99

Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $27.99

Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney [nintendo.com] (was $29.99): $20.99

Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition [nintendo.com] (was $29.99): $20.99

RPG Maker Fes [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $27.99

Runbow Pocket [nintendo.com] (was $14.99): $10.49

Severed [nintendo.com] (was $14.99): $10.49

STORY OF SEASONS: Trio of Towns [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $27.99

Super Castlevania IV [nintendo.com] (was $7.99): $5.59

Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $27.99

YO-KAI WATCH [nintendo.com] (was $39.99): $27.99

Yoshi [nintendo.com] (was $4.99): $3.49



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Of this list, I own all the Laytons, the Zelda, Bravely Second, Dragon Quest VII, and Pocket Card Jockey. All of them are great games and I recommend every single one of them.

Laytons - if you don't know what a Layton game is...I have not much to tell you. They are legendary puzzle games. The only thing I dislike is they have a very low replay value. The later games have a lot of post-game collection stuff that will at least fill the time. They all have a metric ton of free DLC (all DLC for the games is free) and some have codes that unlock things in another game.

Link's Awakening - One of the most unique Zelda games there is. I have the ending song as a ringtone. Story is amazing.

Dragon Quest 8 - Bought this based on gaming recommendations and really enjoyed it. Has free DLC, but limited. Pretty good amount of play time. Spotpass enabled gives you some interesting things. Has a bunch of mini/optional games that enhance your playtime. It's DQ so it's a bit grindy, but still a good game. Graphics are really good. I had also bought DQ7 and found this one to be head and shoulders better.

Bravely Second - If you've never played Bravely, think Final Fantasy. That's close. It has some interesting mechanics. Bravely Second's story is much better than Bravely Default, although it uses almost identical storytelling mechanics. BS does it much better, as BD had an endgame that was maddening. BS is shorter, a bit more self-referential, and much easier to play. Has wackier classes and you can combo some to make yourself insanely and wildly overpowered if you try.

Pocket Card Jockey - Horse racing plus solitaire with a timer and a small amount of strategy and Rune Factory on top. Great for short burst playtimes.
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Too bad Mario Maker for 3ds is so scaled down and has no online sharing. I might get puzzles and dragons though, the mario mode looks fun.
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Eh screw it. I can't figure out how to get the stupid table to format anymore.

EDIT: And someone else posted while I was fiddling with formatting anyways, apparently.
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Too bad Mario Maker for 3ds is so scaled down and has no online sharing. I might get puzzles and dragons though, the mario mode looks fun.
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Those Professor Layton games look tempting. I've been looking for a physical version of Layton x PW, but this will suffice.
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Of this list, I own all the Laytons, the Zelda, Bravely Second, Dragon Quest VII, and Pocket Card Jockey. All of them are great games and I recommend every single one of them.

Laytons - if you don't know what a Layton game is...I have not much to tell you. They are legendary puzzle games. The only thing I dislike is they have a very low replay value. The later games have a lot of post-game collection stuff that will at least fill the time. They all have a metric ton of free DLC (all DLC for the games is free) and some have codes that unlock things in another game.

Link's Awakening - One of the most unique Zelda games there is. I have the ending song as a ringtone. Story is amazing.

Dragon Quest 8 - Bought this based on gaming recommendations and really enjoyed it. Has free DLC, but limited. Pretty good amount of play time. Spotpass enabled gives you some interesting things. Has a bunch of mini/optional games that enhance your playtime. It's DQ so it's a bit grindy, but still a good game. Graphics are really good. I had also bought DQ7 and found this one to be head and shoulders better.

Bravely Second - If you've never played Bravely, think Final Fantasy. That's close. It has some interesting mechanics. Bravely Second's story is much better than Bravely Default, although it uses almost identical storytelling mechanics. BS does it much better, as BD had an endgame that was maddening. BS is shorter, a bit more self-referential, and much easier to play. Has wackier classes and you can combo some to make yourself insanely and wildly overpowered if you try.

Pocket Card Jockey - Horse racing plus solitaire with a timer and a small amount of strategy and Rune Factory on top. Great for short burst playtimes.
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Definitely skip Mario Maker for 3DS. Thanks OP, for sharing a great list of games.
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Yokai Watch and Bravely Second can easily be found physically for $20 new, through The Nintendo Store no less.
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Finally a digital game sale and it does me no good. I have 3 DS's in my house and thanks to Nintendont's archaic no sharing policy have to buy physical copies to share. We have two Xboxes and two PS4's that share all of our digital games. Come on Nintendo, get with the 21st century.
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Does anyone know if I can stack the 30% Birthday coupon?
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Finally a digital game sale and it does me no good. I have 3 DS's in my house and thanks to Nintendont's archaic no sharing policy have to buy physical copies to share. We have two Xboxes and two PS4's that share all of our digital games. Come on Nintendo, get with the 21st century.
Exactly. The money I spend on Nintendo digital games is nothing compared to how much Sony and Microsoft get from me.
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Got Poochy & Yoshi, thanks OP!
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Too bad Mario Maker for 3ds is so scaled down and has no online sharing. I might get puzzles and dragons though, the mario mode looks fun.
Pad is my favorite mobile game, if you haven't already you should give it a try before making your decision Smilie
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Jesus, Nintendo needs better digital sales. And enough with the Switch ports already, too.
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