For Being Early Adopters, We Get

#1PhantomSwordPosted 7/28/2011 8:34:31 AM
A Free 3D Classic (Excitebike)
11 3D E3 Trailers
10 Free NES Games
10 Free GBA Games

I'm good.
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#2smasher1001Posted 7/28/2011 9:23:49 AM
Eh, I'd rather have the 70$. I either own the origionals or aren't interest in the first 10 titles they've listed so far. At first I was like sure, when I thought they'd let us PICK 20 games. But then after finding out its preselected ones, It's kinda like being jibbed a bit to me.
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#3Cave_LionPosted 7/28/2011 9:29:49 AM
Eh, I'd rather have the 70$.

I'm glad someone thinks like this. How many of those 20 games woudld you have bought if you had to pay for them? I know that i would have gottten 3 GBA games and ignored ALL the NES games(didn't buy any for wii won't buy any for 3DS).
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#4andodelPosted 7/28/2011 9:32:31 AM
smasher1001 posted...
Eh, I'd rather have the 70$. I either own the origionals or aren't interest in the first 10 titles they've listed so far. At first I was like sure, when I thought they'd let us PICK 20 games. But then after finding out its preselected ones, It's kinda like being jibbed a bit to me.

You can have $70, I'll take $80 ;).

Also, you do realize they could have said "Ha, you bought it early, and you get nothing". It's not like the PSN outage. They are giving you 20 free games all because they feel like dropping the price.
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#5vidalmorazaPosted 7/28/2011 9:32:54 AM
Well, knowing Nintendo, the GBA games alone are gonna be like $70, if Game Boy games are $3-$4, GBA would be around $7, so only the GBA are already $70, plus the NES games, plus is mostly like to the GBA are exclusive to early adopters....
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#6AdmiralLoknarPosted 7/28/2011 9:34:31 AM
Exactly. NES games are hardly a reward. It's the 21st century.
#7SoaringDivePosted 7/28/2011 9:37:13 AM
Did microsoft offer free games when they dropped the original Xbox price $100?? (I heard they dropped it $100... can't find anything with google... only 360 articles).

Or did they give free games to those who had to pay $100 for a Wi-Fi adapter when they announced the Slim would have built-in Wi-Fi?

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#8CervosiPosted 7/28/2011 9:42:08 AM
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#9PhantomSword(Topic Creator)Posted 7/28/2011 9:45:04 AM
Cervosi posted...
You can literally find every NES game that ever existed in one folder somewhere on the internet, it's not that hard, I've gotten SNES already.

I'll save my 80 dollars because I'd rather play modern games on a modern system. Nostalgia has nothing on me.


Well I haven't played many of these games before (just barely an adult, here). And I prefer to play Fusion on a console (I used to have it on GBA, sold it before I could beat it, beat it on an emulator).
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#10CHOVI3Posted 7/28/2011 9:47:54 AM
Who cares if it's a NES game, it's still a legal free game so I take it.