JP eShop news (Sept. 28): eShop pre-paid cards at BitCash / Puzzle & Dragons X

Today’s Japanese Nintendo eShop news: Nintendo eShop pre-paid cards available at BitCash, but also…

  • Puzzle & Dragons X
  • World End Economic Episode 2
  • Lionel City Builder 3D: Rise of the Rails
  • Cosen sale

BitCash

Starting today, you can buy Nintendo eShop pre-paid cards via BitCash. Naturally, you get a serial code to enter on the Nintendo eShop, not a physical card. There’s also a special campaign at launch, with a lottery: players purchasing some Nintendo eShop pre-paid cards can get a 15% off discount on their purchase, and even an amiibo.

Source: Gamer.ne.jp

Puzzle & Dragons X

Today, GungHo released Taisen PazuDora (lit. Tournament Puzzle & Dragons): a free downloadable title that lets players enjoy the VS multiplayer and the Challenge Battle modes from Puzzle & Dragons X.

Here’s some screenshots for it:

Next, here’s some screenshots and artworks for the latest batch of DLC quests:

Finally, here’s the cover of the first volume of the official Puzzle & Dragons X manga:

Source: Nintendo / 4Gamer.net

World End Economic Episode 2

Here’s some screenshots for World End Economic Episode 2 (Nintendo 3DS), now available in Japan:

Source: 4Gamer.net

Lionel City Builder 3D: Rise of the Rails

Today, Arc System Works announced that Lionel City Builder 3D: Rise of the Rails would be released next week (on October 5th) in Japan, as Train Creator 3D. It will cost 800 Yen.

Here’s the trailer and some screenshots:

Our Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

Source: Famitsu

Cosen sale

Starting today, and until October 12th, the following games from Cosen are on sale on the Nintendo eShop of the Nintendo 3DS:

  • Magic Hammer – 400 Yen (instead of 500 Yen)
  • Toy Stunt Bike – 400 Yen (instead of 500 Yen)
  • Fantasy Pirates – 400 Yen (instead of 500 Yen)
  • Toys vs Monsters – 400 Yen (instead of 500 Yen)
  • Shinoby no Pazuru – 400 Yen (instead of 500 Yen)
  • Gu~nyan – 160 Yen (instead of 200 Yen)
  • Kung Fu Rabbit  – 480 Yen (instead of 600 Yen)

Our Nintendo eShop Sales page has been updated!

Source: Gamer.ne.jp

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