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Register Fire Emblem And Shin Megami Tensei IV With Club Nintendo, Get $30

Posted on Tuesday, July 9 @ 21:43:27 Eastern by

Atlus and Nintendo have announced news about their Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei crossover in the form of a $30 rebate via eShop. If you buy Fire Emblem: Awakening and Shin Megami Tensei IV for 3DS and register both via Club Nintendo, you'll get a $30 credit for the eShop, further tying to you that handheld for dear life.

Please, please don't lose your 3DS. It's got so much awesome stuff on it.

You can buy both games by retail or by eShop and still get the rebate, but don't forget about SMT IV's limited edition for $0 extra dollars. You have to preorder the game if you want it! No matter which way you get it, it costs $50.

Honestly these are both amazing games and you'd be a fool to pass it up. Even if you're new the genres, the themes, the characters, these both represent excellent entry points to the series. I can't say much about Shin Megami Tensei, but here's my Fire Emblem: Awakening Review.

There's still a Wii U game intended to cross Fire Emblem and SMT, but uhhhh maybe we'll have to wait for a Nintendo Direct for that.


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