Japanese news (August 8): eShop pre-paid card (Nintendo Badge Arcade), more

Today’s Japanese news: a Nintendo Badge Arcade-themed pre-paid card for the Nintendo eShop, but also…

  • Saiki Kusuo no Psi Nan: Shijou Psi Dai no Psi nan?!
  • Yu-Gi-Oh! Saikyou Card Battle
  • Kamiwazawanda Kirakiraichibangai Kikiippatsu

Nintendo eShop pre-paid card

Previously, Nintendo released a special pre-paid card for the Nintendo eShop. Not only did it give funds to use on the Nintendo eShop, but it also came with a download code unlocking 5 free plays in Nintendo Badge Arcade. Naturally, the money could be used to buy anything on the Nintendo eShop, and you didn’t have to spent it on Nintendo Badge Arcade plays.

And today, Nintendo released another Nintendo Badge Center pre-paid card for the Nintendo eShop. Just like the previous one, it costs 1 000 Yen, and also comes with the 5 free plays. Here’s what it looks like:

Source: Nintendo

Saiki Kusuo no Psi Nan: Shijou Psi Dai no Psi nan?!

Here’s the first trailer for Saiki Kusuo no Psi Nan: Shijou Psi Dai no Psi nan?!, coming out later this year on Nintendo 3DS


Yu-Gi-Oh! Saikyou Card Battle

Today, Konami announced that downloads for Yu-Gi-Oh! Saikyou Card Battle (on Nintendo 3DS) had topped 500 000 units. To celebrate, Konami is distributing Golden Tickets from August 9th to August 22nd. During that period, you get a Gold Ticket from the Guide every day, and Silver Tickets are also easier to get.

Also, Konami is distributing special codes via the official website (one per week), allowing players to get some rare cards.

Unfortunately, we still don’t know when the game will be released in Europe and North America (officially, it’s supposed to be released this Summer).

Source: Gamer.ne.jp

Kamiwazawanda Kirakiraichibangai Kikiippatsu

Here’s a commercial for Kamiwazawanda Kirakiraichibangai Kikiippatsu!, releasing on October 27th in Japan (on Nintendo 3DS):



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