Thanks for the heads up.
Since GameFly updated their website, linking has been broken here. :/
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Posted by emperordahc on 20 January 2015 - 02:21 PM
Grabbed a shirt (XL all that's left, eragh) and the Mario game case (Zelda one gone, eragh).
Burned coins on physical stuff as that'll be gone quick. I'm sure the "new items" they'll add will just be digital garbage.
Would have loved that sweet Super Famicom Wii controller that Japan got.
Of course, Nintendo is just being dumb as can be lately. Can't figure out the Club loot we want, can't figure out which New 3DS we want.
Posted by emperordahc on 09 January 2015 - 03:24 AM
Yes, preexisting preorders get the pin as long as it was through Amazon or GameStop. I personally confirmed it with their Twitter account when they announced it since I also had an old preorder.
I pre-ordered this a few months ago in the second wave of $30 discounts. Does every preorder get a pin? I had no idea it existed until now, and now I've decided I cant live without it.
Posted by emperordahc on 08 January 2015 - 04:09 PM
Preorder $29.99, normally $39.99. Was this price a few months ago when I locked my preorder in. The last time this happened, the price jerked back up quickly.
GameStop, Best Buy and Walmart still showing full price.
Amazon has the preorder bonus of the Felyne pin. (It's only avaliable from Amazon and GameStop.)
Posted by emperordahc on 19 November 2014 - 02:51 PM
Best Buy GCU and Amazon adding taxes to Florida residents ruined Amazon for me when it comes to game purchases. I used to buy everything from Amazon, but in the last year I think I've purchased a handful of things, tops.
I'll keep my eye on any deals that BB might not have but if BB will price match those then....there's no point.
Amazon got nailed w/ sales tax last year for my state. Stinks.
Posted by emperordahc on 10 November 2014 - 07:28 PM
$32 + $5 shipping + tax (not sure if this is for everyone)
This is the 8 hour battery for the Wii U gamepad (vs the 3-5 hour standard). Nintendo offered this stateside for only a short time before pulling it months ago. Nintendo reps said they had pulled it for "lack of interest" in the states. Ha!
This was only avaliable from Japan through places like Play Asia. Amazon has occasionally had these through 3rd party sellers, but they've been around $60 and could be counterfeit. (Even the Nyko brand batteries had high failure rates and are now hard to find.)
I'll be quite happy now that my gamepad isn't dead halfway through a game session.