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Liz Maas
Get Three Nintendo 3DS Atlus Titles On Sale In eShop
In case you have a significant lack of Atlus on your system.
08.19.13 - 8:50 PM

Have you yet to spend your $30 credit from the Shin Megami Tensei IV & Fire Emblem: Awakening promo? Or are you simply in need of Atlus titles on your Nintendo 3DS for whatever reason? The Nintendo eShop in North America has a solution for these problems with a late summer sale. As of today until August 31st, three Atlus titles are $10 off digitally: Code of Princess (currently $19.99 on sale), Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner Soul Hackers ($29.99), and Etrian Odyssey IV ($29.99). You've probably heard us talk plenty about these three titles, but if you haven't be sure to check out reviews for all of them linked below.

Coincidentally, the Shin Megami Tensei IV & Fire Emblem: Awakening promo (also North America) also ends on August 31st. Register both games with your Club Nintendo account, fill out the appropriate surveys and you'll earn $30 credit to spend in the eShop.

NIS America plans to release Soul Hackers in Europe on September 20th, and Etrian Odyssey IV there on August 29th.


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