NISA Showcase 2019 now on YouTube, Plus Prinny Sale

Sunday, March 17th, 2019

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oprainfall | Nisa Prinny in Charge Sale

 

 

NIS America has another Prinny in Charge sale going on right now through March 20th. Master Etna has left Prinny in charge again, which means you can get significant savings on select games and merchandise. There is also a new focus deal every day during the sale. The press release also says that every in-stock order will get a free SNK 40th Anniversary Collection sticker sheet. Go check out the current Prinny in Charge sale for yourself. You can get select games discounted as much as 70% and other merchandise slashed by as much as 60% off the normal pricing.

 

oprainfall | NISA Showcase 2019

 

The NIS America press release also has good news for those who may have missed the live NISA Showcase 2019 event earlier in the week. It is now up on YouTube for you to watch at your leisure. Alternatively, you also have the option to just watch the NISA Showcase 2019 right here if you don’t feel like heading over to YouTube:

 

The NIS America press release also highlights several new game announcements. They include the following titles:

 

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