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Nintendo RPGS getting Bundles

Although Microsoft is a very (very!) close second, Nintendo is King of creating specific bundles for games coming out on their systems. Whether the bundles are just packed with games, or if the systems actually have unique designs, Nintendo is always trying to create better quality bundles for a good price. Oh ya, and they want the hardcore fans to shell out lots of money and collect all of their favorites.

Regardless of how you feel about new, custom units – I am actually a fan of them! – don’t be surprised when I tell you that Nintendo is launching a special 3DS unit for the upcoming Final Fantasy Fates title. Alongside this announcement, Nintendo also detailed the Bravely Second collectors edition. Here are a few quotes from Nintendo of Canada:

The Fire Emblem Fates Edition New Nintendo 3DS XL system (game sold separately) launches on February 19 at a suggested retail price of $239.99 and features gorgeous art inspired by the game on the front of the hardware. Players can choose to purchase one of two versions when the Fire Emblem Fates games launch on February 19 at a suggested retail price of $49.99 each. In Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright, players battle a corrupted king. And in Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest, a misguided kingdom must be changed from within. Each path is a complete story and a complete game. There is even more information regarding a packaged bundle with all three Fates titles for 99.99. For more information about Fire Emblem Fates, visit http://fireemblemfates.nintendo.com/.

When Bravely Second: End Layer launches exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems on April 15, a Collector’s Edition will also be available for purchase. The Collector’s Edition includes the massive game, a 10-song original soundtrack and gorgeous 250-page deluxe art book. A demo version of the game, Bravely Second: End Layer – The Ballad of the Three Cavaliers, will launch in the Nintendo eShop prior to the full game’s launch. This demo includes a unique story different than the one found in Bravely Second: End Layer, as well as new jobs and areas to explore. StreetPass tags and bonuses from the demo will also carry over to the main game.

For more on these titles, keep it at GamesReviews. We hope to review these products, and many more, in the upcoming months.

 

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