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Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate


If I said it once, I said it a million times; complicated games are not my forte. While most would prefer to spend hours grinding in the latest MMO and cry their eyes out from life-draining games such as Dark Souls, you’ll most likely find me playing Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker alone in my room and giddying with excitement waiting for Toad to do the next adorable thing. As sad of a life choice that may seem, I honestly prefer it this way. Why slay mighty beasts when I can admire the ever-so-cute Toad all day? So, that’s why it took me forever to finally get my hands on the famous Monster Hunter series, and boy am I glad I did.

Amazon has the Wii U version of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate available for $21.31. It’s been fluctuating between $21 and $22 over the past few hours, but the price changes have been extremely minor.

You can place an order here. FRONTIER HOBBY SHOP is doing the selling, though Amazon is fulfilling orders.

Starting today, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is seeing a sale on the eShop. The Wii U and 3DS versions can both be purchased for $20 each. This offer will last until February 3.


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A few weeks ago, GameStop discounted the Wii U version of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate to $20. That same price has now been put into effect for the 3DS version. You can place an order online here.

GameStop is also running a deal for the Skylanders Swap Force Wii U bundle. You can pick one up for $249.99. View the product page here. GameStop also has the original Wii U 32GB Deluxe Set for $250, though it can only be found in store.

Update: Deal is dead on Amazon, but can be found for the same price on GameStop.

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate has been seeing sales on Wii U as of late, but there haven’t been too many discounts for the 3DS version. That’s no longer the case! Amazon is selling Ultimate for $20 on 3DS. It’s currently back-ordered, but you can still place an order.

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is is currently on sale at Amazon. You can purchase the game for $29.99 as opposed to $39.99, resulting in $10 savings (or 25%). Not sure how long the deal will be available, so take advantage while you can!

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