The New Nintendo 3DS is getting a range of new hardware bundles, each containing one of three recent RPG releases.
Each bundle comes with a game, tie-in cover plates and a Home menu theme download. They will hit stores across Europe on 26th June.
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The New Nintendo 3DS + Xenoblade Chronicles 3D pack contains a black New Nintendo 3DS system with a physical copy of Xenoblade Chronicles 3D, black cover plates as well as Xenoblade Chronicles 3D cover plates, plus a download code for the Xenoblade Chronicles 3D: Mechonis HOME Menu theme.
The New Nintendo 3DS + Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate pack bundle contains a black New Nintendo 3DS system plus a digital copy of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, black cover plates as well as black Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate cover plates, and a download code for the Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Hunter’s Seal HOME Menu theme.
The New Nintendo 3DS + Pokémon Alpha Sapphire Pack contains a white New Nintendo 3DS system with a digital copy of, you’ve guessed it, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. It also includes white cover plates, Pikachu cover plates, plus a download code for the Pokémon: Pikachu Party HOME Menu theme.
There’s no word on why the Xenoblade Chronicles 3D pack features a physical copy of the rather than a download code, but we expect it has something to do with the game’s giant file size.
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