Press Release: Shin Megami Tensei IV – Fire Emblem Awakening Deal

Tuesday, July 9th, 2013

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Atlus - Shin Megami Tensei IV and Fire Emblem Awakening Deal

Atlus and Nintendo have teamed up for a super sweet deal. When you register both Shin Megami Tensei IV and Fire Emblem Awakening with your Club Nintendo account you will receive a free $30.00 credit in your Nintendo eShop account.

The following is a Press Release from Atlus:

The first-of-its-kind promotional offer for Shin Megami Tensei IV

and Fire Emblem Awakening runs on Club Nintendo through August 31 

 

IRVINE, Calif. – July 9, 2013 – Shin Megami Tensei IV, the upcoming mature-themed role playing game from ATLUS for the Nintendo 3DS system, has a brand new limited-time offer for fans: players in the U.S. and Canada who purchase Shin Megami Tensei IV and Nintendo’s hit turn-based strategy game Fire Emblem Awakening and register both games on their free Club Nintendo account will receive a $30 credit to use in the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS. The promotion begins on the release date of Shin Megami Tensei IV – July 16, 2013 – and runs through August 31. Both retail and digital purchases of either game are eligible for the offer, so long as both games are registered to the same Club Nintendo account by August 31, 2013. Specific details on the promotion can be found on the Club Nintendo website.

The Club Nintendo promotion is a first-of-its-kind offer from Nintendo and ATLUS. RPG fans, tacticians, strategists and other gamers who love deep story and turn-based combat that purchase both games and complete the promotion requirements will earn a $30 credit to the Nintendo 3DS eShop to put towards any paid content, including future games and downloadable content (DLC). After each game is registered to the same Club Nintendo account, players must complete a short web survey by the August 31 deadline to receive the credit.

About Shin Megami Tensei IV

The story of Shin Megami Tensei IV revolves around the Samurai, the sacred protectors of the Eastern Kingdom of Mikado. As a newly appointed Samurai, players will struggle with factions that have nefarious designs on the world as they defend their home kingdom from a growing army of demons. Decisions players make throughout the course of the story will have lasting repercussions, as the fate of the world hangs in the balance.

Shin Megami Tensei IV will be exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS system beginning July 16. Fans who pre-order retail copies will be upgraded to a Limited Edition Box Set, while they last, which includes a collectible case, 176-page Strategy and Design Book, and a CD soundtrack. The game is rated M for Mature by the ESRB. More details are available on the official SMTIV website.

About Fire Emblem Awakening

Fire Emblem Awakening is the first entry in the fantasy turn-based strategy series on Nintendo 3DS. It tells the story of Lord Chrom and his growing army of companions as they band together to save the world from a rising evil. Fire Emblem Awakening features a gorgeous art style and voice acting, plus an epic storyline with a massive lineup of memorable characters with unique personalities. The game also features a popular marriage system, as well as a robust selection of DLC for playable characters and maps. As with past entries in the series, every decision the player makes is vital, as characters lost in battle are gone forever. The game is rated T for Teen by the ESRB. A demo of Fire Emblem Awakening is currently available in the Nintendo eShop.

 

 

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What's up everyone? Crystal here! I spend my time writing up the news for you all and keeping us all up to date with incoming game info from Japan. I do a little bit of everything else around here, too. 🙂 Happy Reading!




  • Daniel Williams

    win win

  • Violetwisp

    There goes my problem with SMTIV having paid DLC, I’m sure 30$ will cover it.

  • Xanedis

    The bad thing is that it isn’t for Europeans 🙁

    • James Best

      Didn’t Europe get that deal where they got a free 3DS game after buying three other 3DS games? I think we’re even now.

    • smacd

      Not to mention that we had to fight for 3 games Nintendo gave them a year before. *ahem*

      I can’t really take Europeans complaining seriously anymore, now that NoE is taking much better care of them than NoA does for us these days.

    • Xanedis

      Unfortunately, none those games was really worth it :/. This, on the other hand, is basically free money…

    • James Best

      I wouldn’t say that. They had Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Luigi’s Mansion 2, Animal Crossing, Donkey Kong Country Returns, didn’t they? Nothing wrong with that list that I can see.

    • Xanedis

      That’s the thing with subjectivity, other people deny there is such a thing…

  • James Best

    What a sweet deal! Now I’m really considering getting this game.

  • smacd

    I have less reason to complain about the $50 pricetag on SMT4 now. Although I still think they need to drop the digital price, especially since the digital version isn’t getting all the goodies like the physical game has.