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Save $25 today only! Free shipping or store pick up. This game rates well, generally favorable 83/100 Metascore (8.7 User score)

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Soar through the air and engage in intense combat on the ground when you pop in the nonstop, action-packed thrill ride of Kid Icarus: Uprising. For the first time on your Nintendo 3DS, Kid Icarus comes to life and pushes the limits of your handheld system by putting nearly all of its features to use. Take off into the sky for exciting air battles and fight it out on land using the intuitive touch controls. The controls may be easy to pick up, but they also offer incredible depth and challenge for advanced maneuvers. Plus, with an arsenal of dozens of available weapons, you'll be able to attack from a distance and up close. Get ready to spread your wings and take off for adventure.

Kid Icarus: Uprising brings the action and adventure of the original Kid Icarus to new heights and stunning new visual dimensions on the Nintendo 3DS. Begin each stage with an initial air battle, and continue the fight with ground-based skirmishes with intuitive touch controls. Collect dozens of weapons as you progress through this sprawling adventure, noting each weapon's characteristics that differ in abilities for ranged and melee attacks. Team up with friends or fight amongst each other in fun multiplayer modes for up to six players. Simple controls, AR-card compatibility, a fascinating storyline and more await. Are you ready to take flight?

FEATURES

* Use the built-in 3D camera on your Nintendo 3DS to activate the specially designed AR cards with animated game characters that pop up in 3D and battle against other cards
* Battle against up to five other players in fun multiplayer modes that allow players to choose their weapons and compete in thrilling Land Battle on teams or individually
* For 1 to 6 players
* Engage in air battles and continue the fight in ground-based skirmishes in each chapter of the storyline
* Designed by Masashiro Sakurai, creator of Kirby and Super Smash Bros.
* Use intuitive touch controls to fly through the air and engage in dynamic ground combat
* Discover depth and strategy for advanced maneuvers that keep you engaged
* Immerse yourself in the epic odyssey with gorgeous 3D visuals that are paired with fully voiced levels and a thrilling soundtrack
* Collect an arsenal of different weapons with their own characteristics and learn which work best for ranged and melee attacks

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Good deal. Games published by Nintendo (Mario, Zelda, etc) usually retain their value for quite some time, so $25 off is pretty great. Almost bought this the other day... glad I didn't!

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BestBuy's website really aggravates me. Twice now I've tried to order a daily deal that showed free shipping and then, when I go to check out, it tells me that shipping is not available and that it's only available for in-store pickup and, of course, no stores have it in stock.

Still, thumbs up to the OP because it was a good deal and presumably other people got in on it.

JuLink said:   BestBuy's website really aggravates me. Twice now I've tried to order a daily deal that showed free shipping and then, when I go to check out, it tells me that shipping is not available and that it's only available for in-store pickup and, of course, no stores have it in stock.

Still, thumbs up to the OP because it was a good deal and presumably other people got in on it.


That stinks....When they deplete their warehouse inventory, the shipping option goes away and we are left with in-store inventory (if available). It was a pretty popular deal yesterday so it doesn't surprise me.

I got one. Full retail package with the stand. I haven't opened it yet though, haven't been in the mood for gaming. It looks like I missed a few other deals. I'm going to keep bargain hunting on this console. $5-$15 per game for first party titles is pretty awesome if you ask me. I bet you Star Fox 3DS will come down drastically in price too because it has no multi player online support



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