Inti Creates Celebrates the New Year With Digital Sale and Special Illustrations

3DS, azure striker gunvolt, Blaster Master Zero, Galleries, inti creates, Mighty Gunvolt Burst, News, Originals, Platforms, Switch

Inti Creates revealed a huge sale planned to bring in the New Year for a limited time across the Switch and 3DS’s respective Nintendo eShops.

Beginning on January 1 at 12:00am (PT) and going on until January 14 11:59 (PT), Inti Creates has discounted the following titles:

  • [3DS] Blaster Master Zero 30% off (was $9.99 – now $6.99)
  • [Switch] Blaster Master Zero 30% off (was $9.99 – now $6.99)
  • [3DS] Mighty Gunvolt Burst 30% off (was $9.99 – now $6.99)
  • [Switch]Mighty Gunvolt Burst 30% off (was $9.99 – now $6.99)
  • [Switch] Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack 20% off (was $39.99 – now $31.99)
  • [3DS] Azure Striker Gunvolt 60% off (was $14.99 – now $5.99)
  • [3DS] Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 60% off (was $14.99 – now $5.99)
  • [3DS] Gunvolt: The Anime 30% off (was $2.99 – now $2.09)
  • [3DS] Mighty Gunvolt 60% off (was $3.99 – now $1.59)

If you’ve been sleeping on these 2D action titles then this will be the perfect time to try them out. If you’d like to know more about them, check out DualShockers’ reviews, Blaster Master Zero, Mighty Gunvolt Burst, and Azure Striker Gunvolt 2.

Also, the developer released their annual desktop wallpaper illustrations featuring characters from their titles, including: Azure Striker Gunvolt, Blaster Master Zero, and Mighty Gunvolt Burst.

Recently, Inti Creates revealed that Mighty Gunvolt Burst had surpassed 80k downloads and revealed three new DLC characters.

You can check out the new illustrations below:

Source link

Articles You May Like

Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse Will be Coming to Nintendo Switch
The Hilarious and Adorable Cast of Penny-Punching Princess Revealed in New Trailer
Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms Features Kazue Souma and Ryouma Sakamoto in New Screenshots
The Long Reach Review — A Thrilling Indie Nightmare
Hokuto Ga Gotoku Finally Dethrones Monster Hunter World in Japan According to Media Create

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *