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3DS ambassador GBA games dated for December 16

Dec 14 // Jim Sterling
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Nintendo has finally dated the ten GBA games that so-called 3DS ambassadors will receive, and it's this Friday! On December 16, those who bought a 3DS before its big price drop will get ten free Game Boy Advance games, which is nice. 

Here's the full list of games for the Japanese ambassadors. We can expect them to mostly be the same:

  • F-Zero
  • Super Mario Advance 3
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
  • Fire Emblem Seima no Kouseki
  • Kirby & the Amazing Mirror
  • Mario Kart Advance
  • Mario vs. Donkey Kong
  • Metroid Fusion
  • Wario Land Advance
  • Made in Wario

I should point out that, so far, the Friday date has only been acknowledged by Nintendo Japan and Nintendo Europe. Again, one would assume that North America is to follow suite, but if there's any difference, we shall of course let you know. Either way, I'm impressed by the fact that Nintendo didn't just give out garbage for free. Those are some decent games!

Game Boy Advance 3DS Ambassador Program Begins on Friday [andriasang]


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