Low Budget Gamer – Ubisoft Games Up to 50% Off on Wii U and 3DS eShop Until 3/31


What’s up Ninten-bros? Spring is here and if you’ve got a little extra money to throw around, Ubisoft is offering up to 50% off of their games on both the Wii U and 3DS eShops, but their sale prices are very close to normal used prices at Gamestop or Amazon. Let’s see what’s on the menu, shall we?

I have my Wii U up and running as we speak, so let’s start there.

  • Rayman Legends – $27.99
  • ZombiU – $29.99
  • Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – $41.99
  • Just Dance 4 – $24.99
  • Just Dance 2014 – $34.99
  • Cloudberry Kingdom – $6.99
  • Rabbids Land – $24.99
  • Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2013 – $24.99
  • Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth – $20.99
  • ESPN Sports Connection – $24.99
  • The Smurfs 2 – $27.99
  • Just Dance Kids 2014 – $20.99

That’s all for the Wii U, so let’s jump right in to the 3DS eShop sale list.

  • Rayman Origins – $14.99
  • Rayman 3D – $14.99
  • Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell 3D – $14.99
  • Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars – $14.99
  • Rabbids Travel in Time 3D – $14.99
  • Petz Fantasy 3D – $14.99

The Wii U list isn’t too bad really, but you can get physical used copies of the good stuff for cheaper at Gamestop. I’ve been eyeballing Cloudberry Kingdom for a bit now, so I might pick it up for those times where I’m feeling masochistic. The 3DS list isn’t very impressive at all, although Rayman Origins and Rayman 3D are solid games.

Picking anything up during the sale?

Author Line

gamercard Bradley Keene is an avid gamer & freelance blogger from Baltimore, MD who typically handles news and reviews here at What’s Your Tag?. If he’s not knee-deep in an RPG or some form of Nintendo game, he’s usually watching terrible horror films or listening to Gwar. Follow him on Twitter @amgfail_WYT, or contact him by e-mail at bradleykeenewyt@gmail.com.


    1. I’m with you. I really love my Wii U now that it has a solid library of games, but there were definitely points where I regretted picking one up so early. Of the 3 current-gen consoles, it’s obviously underpowered compared to the Xbox One and PS4, but using it to upscale my extensive library of Wii titles, having the ability to play off-screen and having access to some of the best franchises in gaming history makes it worth owning right now.

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