Atlus just announced that most of their 3DS games are on sale for a limited time. These are the digital eShop versions, not the physical copies. Code of Princess and Soul Hackers are a couple of myGamer favorites. Official details and links below:
The majority of the ATLUS catalogue for the Nintendo 3DS hand-held system, which includes Soul Hackers, Code of Princess and Etrian Odyssey IV, will be on sale for $10 off. This sale is for a limited time and is only valid for digital purchases from the Nintendo eShop in North America. After Aug. 31, each game will revert to its normal price.
Blending frantic fighting with elements of classic arcade side-scrolling beat ’em ups and the character development and growth of an RPG, fans of action will savor the game’s frenetic combat. Out-of-this-world multipliers punctuate the strategic demands of battling hordes of enemies on a three-railed battlefield.
Soul Hackers is a first-person RPG that takes place in the futuristic Amami City. The city is permeated by Paradigm X, a virtual reality world that connects the entire populace. The main character is thrust into conflict when he accidentally gets his girlfriend possessed by the demon Nemissa. Soul Hackers carries on the first-person RPG play in the same vein as other games in the Shin Megami Tensei franchise. The graphical style remains faithful to the original 1997 version, but is optimized with 3-D graphics for the Nintendo 3DS system.
The first-person dungeon crawling Etrian Odyssey series returns in its first installment for the Nintendo 3DS. Use the system’s touch screen to draw maps of each unique dungeon, create a party consisting of any blend of the game’s character classes, and conquer dungeon puzzles and giant FOE monsters in the pursuit of fame and fortune. Set out into the clouds aboard a skyship to explore Tharsis’s oldest mystery.
Sale prices valid only for a limited time, and only in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS. Code of Princess is rated T for Teen, Soul Hackers is rated M for Mature, and Etrian Odyssey IV is rated T for Teen. After Aug. 31, the games will revert to their regular prices. For more information, please visit http://www.atlus.com.