Solatorobo: Red the Hunter Downloadable Quests Fly To Europe Next Week

By Ishaan . July 8, 2011 . 11:29am

Come July 15th, Nintendo of Europe are going to roll out downloadable quests for Solatorobo: Red the Hunter. Once you’ve connected your Nintendo DS or DSi/3DS to Wi-Fi, the new quests will appear at Quest Brokers in-game, just like normal assignments.


Solatorobo’s Japanese website lists twelve downloadable quests if you’re curious.

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  • kylehyde

    It’s more than official, NOE is the good son.

  • EvilRedEye

    For some reason this doesn’t seem to be widely available in online stores in the UK. It’s available for a reasonable price at the places it’s being sold but I’m surprised so few of the stores have it.

    • PsychedelicWolf

      I honestly believe that’s more of a sign of the death of brick & mortar stores than anything else. Half the time I can’t get the games I want at any store, regardless. And ludicrously it seems that frequently my local Asda is stocked better with games and deals than Game itself is.

      This game would’ve seen more retail exposure if Game hadn’t had a retail exclusive. But even then, it seems that the game store is dying. I’ve had two close here recently and to be honest, I can understand why. They survive solely on rental. That’s it.

      I mean, if I can get Solatorobo for 40% less than Game is offering it for (at with free delivery to my door, why would I then want to traipse over to Game for one of the few games they have that my local Asda doesn’t? And online retailers often have better deals than brick & mortar stores, too. Invariably so.

      I think so long as it does well at online retailers, nothing else matters. The death knell of the brick & mortar store was sounded with the advent of online retail stores, and this bell’s clanging has only become louder with digital distribution becoming ever more and more prominent.

      To be honest, I don’t think brick & mortar retail stores will be missed. Do you?

      So yeah, I don’t really think that matters.

      • Actually, I do like going into physical games stores to browse through the preowned section. It’s just kinda fun.

        Back on topic, I really appreciate that NOE is supporting the game like this.

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