Kirby 25th Anniversary: Nintendo eShop sale now live in Japan (Apr. 27 – 30)

It’s on April 27, 1992 that the very first Kirby game was released in Japan, on the GameBoy. In other words, next week, the series is finally celebrating its 25th Anniversary. To celebrate, Nintendo is having a special sale on the Nintendo eShop in Japan, that will run from April 27th to April 30th. During those 4 days, a selection of 12 Kirby games on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS will be available with a 25% off discount.

What’s more, for the entire duration of the sale, the music on the Nintendo eShop will be replaced by a track from the Kirby series… we don’t know which one yet, though!

Here’s the 12 games on sale during this Kirby 25th Anniversary Sale:

[3DS] Kirby’s Dream Land (GameBoy, Virtual Console) – 308 Yen (instead of 411 Yen)
[3DS] Kirby’s Dream Land 2 (GameBoy, Virtual Console) – 308 Yen (instead of 411 Yen)
[3DS] 3D Classic: Kirby’s Adventure – 462 Yen (instead of 617 Yen) [10 Gold Coins]
[3DS] Kirby Triple Deluxe – 3 702 Yen (instead of 4 937 Yen) [50 Gold Coins]
[3DS] Kirby Planet Robobot – 3 807 Yen (instead of 5 076 Yen) [60 Gold Coins]
[Wii U] Kirby’s Adventure (NES, Virtual Console) – 385 Yen (instead of 514 Yen) [10 Gold Coins]
[Wii U] Kirby Super Star (SNES, Virtual Console) – 617 Yen (instead of 823 Yen) [10 Gold Coins]
[Wii U] Kirby’s Dream Land 3 (SNES, Virtual Console) – 617 Yen (instead of 823 Yen) [10 Gold Coins]
[Wii U] Kirby and the Amazing Mirror (GameBoy Advance, Virtual Console) – 526 Yen (instead of 702 Yen) [10 Gold Coins]
[Wii U] Kirby’s Return to Dream Land / Kirby’s Adventure Wii (Wii Download) – 2 025 (instead of 2 700 Yen) [30 Gold Coins]
[Wii U] Kirby 64 (Nintendo 64, Virtual Console) – 771 Yen (instead of 1 020 Yen) [20 Gold Coins]
[Wii U] Kirby: Squeak Squad / Kirby Mouse Attack (Nintendo DS, Virtual Console) – 712 Yen (instead of 950 Yen) [10 Gold Coins]

Unfortunately, we don’t know if there will be a Kirby 25th Anniversary Sale in Europe and North America, but we won’t really know until next week!

The Nintendo eShop Sales page has been updated!

Source: Nintendo



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