Pokémon Picross: pricing for the microtransactions (Europe/Japan/North America)

Pokemon Picross (11)Pokémon Picross is the latest Pokémon spin-off to come out on the Nintendo 3DS.

Just like the previous two (Pokémon Shuffle, and Pokémon Rumble World), it will be Free 2 Start, and will offer microtransactions. By using real money, you will be able to buy Picrites, which are used to buy new areas and heal your Pokémon faster. As usual, they are not mandatory (you can get Picrites by playing normally), but they significantly speed up gameplay.

In this post, you will find the pricing for the microtransactions in all three versions of the game!

Europe

Here’s the pricing for Europe:

– 200 Picrites: €1.49/£1.39 (€0.99/£0.89 for your purchase)
– 1000 Picrites: €6.99/£6.29
– 2000 Picrites: €12.99/£11.69
– 4000 Picrites: €24.99/£22.49

NB: you can only purchase up to 5 000 Picrites: any additional Picrites will be available for free, by batch of 1 000 (from time to time).

Japan

Here’s the pricing for the Japanese version:

  • 200 Picrites: 80 Yen (sale) / 150 Yen
  • 800 Picrites: 400 Yen (sale)
  • 1 000 Picrites: 700 Yen
  • 2 000 Picrites: 1 300 Yen
  • 4 000 Picrites: 2 500 Yen

NB: you can only purchase up to 5 000 Picrites: any additional Picrites will be available for free, by batch of 1 000 (from time to time).

North America

Here’s the pricing for North America:

  • 200 Picrites: $0.99 (sale) / $1.49
  • 800 Picrites: $3.99 (sale)
  • 1 000 Picrites: $6.99
  • 2 000 Picrites: $12.99
  • 4 000 Picrites: $24.99

NB: you can only purchase up to 5 000 Picrites: any additional Picrites will be available for free, by batch of 1 000 (from time to time).

Source: Nintendo eShop PR
Via: Serebii


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