Level 5′s Guild 01 Going On Discount Sale In North America And Europe

By Ishaan . April 15, 2013 . 1:20pm

With what looks to be a localization announcement for Guild 02 right around the corner, Level 5 are putting their Guild 01 games up for discount sale this week on the Nintendo eShop in North America and Europe. The sale will be held from April 18th – May 30th. Discount prices can be found below:

 

North America:

Liberation Maiden – $4.99 (down from $7.99)

Aero Porter – $2.99 (down from $4.99)

Crimson Shroud – $4.99 (down from $7.99)

 

Europe:

Liberation Maiden – €4.99/£4.49 (down from €7.99/£7.19)

Aero Porter – €2.99/£2.69 (down from €4.99/£4.49)

Crimson Shroud – €4.99/£4.49 (down from €7.99/£7.19)

 

You can read our playtests for Liberation Maiden here, Crimson Shroud here, and Aero Porter here. Nintendo of America and Nintendo of Europe will be streaming a Nintendo Direct presentation this Wednesday. Perhaps we’ll hear news of Guild 02’s localization then.


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  • Sentsuizan_93

    Ooh. A sale? Might give them a buy when I can. Probably for Crimson Shroud and Liberation Maiden.

  • Rol

    Would have bought Liberation Maiden for full price if it had original language or a dual language option…

    • Luis Enrique

      You seriously think that’s a problem with the game? Try lack of lefty controls.

    • Ferrick

      the game isn’t packed with voice-over dialogues, so i don’t think you will have that much problem with it, also the main song for the game is still in Jap dub as shown in the link below

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yI9w2zV-QqE

      • Rol

        I’m in the blessed position of having too many games. Given that, I can choose to be picky. I know the game has voice over dialog in cut scenes and in the actual game…Yes, it great that the OP has the original language, but that is not enough to add it to the pile of games I have to play.

  • Ethan_Twain

    For $5 Crimson Shroud is an absolute steal. It’s flawed (I hate the interface with a burning passion and there’s some weird NES era game-logic in there) but it achieves things structurally and narratively that are worth well more than that asking price. Check it out.

    • http://denpanosekai.blogspot.com denpanosekai

      Personally I really had to force myself to make it through to the end. The writing is stellar but those battles take wayyyyy too long.

  • Laith Rem

    Everyone who hasn’t bought Liberation Maiden and Crimson Shroud should get on that, right now.

    • JMaster3000

      5 Euro for 1 hour entertainment is expensive :/ [Liberation Maide]

      • Laith Rem

        I got 3 hours of fun out of that for $10.

  • http://www.segalization.com/ Kuronoa

    Time a buy a 3DS card for Crimson Shroud.

    Is Liberation Maiden worth if for a lefty? I’ll consider using the KI stand.

    • TruSpindash

      Liberation Maiden is defiantly awkward to play due to the lack of left handed controls but I managed to get use to it. Overall I found it to be an enjoyable game.

  • cirE

    The only eShop purchases I’ve made since buying my 3DS were a few Fire Emblem maps, and that’s the way it will stay until Nintendo implements an account system for the eShop. I don’t like the fact that if my 3DS is ever damaged beyond repair or stolen from me, I’d lose all of my purchases.

    I love the 3DS and I want to download games for it. It just seems like too big of a risk with the way they currently handle transactions.

    • Brandonmkii

      I might be wrong, but I’ve had the option to re-download things I’ve paid for on the eshop. Maybe it’s because I linked my Club Nintendo account or something?

      • http://www.facebook.com/jefriputra Jeff

        you can redownload your purchase without having linked any nintendo club,
        actually nintendo 3ds account system is tied to the hardware, so when you’re 3ds lost or stolen you can only get all your game back by contacting nintendo…

    • http://www.segalization.com/ Kuronoa

      Shouldn’t have to hold too dearly for games under 10-15$, that’s basically a meal among other things.

      I would get more worried if you constantly download retail ones.

  • MrTyrant

    WOW I was going to buy them and now I can take the discount! thx!

  • Kyle Silva

    Aero Porter is fun and cheap. It takes awhile to get used to, and it is chaotic, but tons of fun..

  • http://epiclyamazing.wordpress.com/ AzureNova

    Definitely taking advantage of this! =^_^=

  • JMaster3000

    LOL!! I almost bought Chrismon Shroud today.

    • Irina Zanza Baptista

      Yeah, me too! Guess we can wait a bit longer :)

  • Göran Isacson

    I do want to pick up Liberation Maiden, but the others also sound pretty fun… puzzle game or Matsuno-RPG? Decisions, decisions…

  • SirRichard

    I had £5.30 on the eShop sitting around waiting for something cheap enough, and this sale has come at a pretty nice time. Definitely going to be picking up Crimson Shroud when the sale starts.

  • Irina Zanza Baptista

    Cool! I was just browsing eShop earlier on and was on my way to buy the three games right now! I guess I can wait for three days longer :P

  • Showmeyomoves

    Can anyone tell me if Aero Porter is worth it for €2.99? I’ve heard almost nothing about it.

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