Yumi’s Odd Odyssey On Discount At $19.99 On eShop In North America

By Ishaan . June 2, 2014 . 2:29pm

Yumi’s Odd Odyssey is on discount sale on the Nintendo eShop for 3DS in North America.

 

From today until June 15th, you can buy the game for $19.99, instead of its regular price of $29.99.


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  • http://keiserone.tumblr.com/ KeiserOne

    Still 5$ more expensive than what I would’ve bought it at.

  • Vesperion

    I had no idea this game was even $30

  • Zonic505

    Glad it got a sale. I was hoping it’d originally be about $20, so I figured I might as well take advantage of the sale. Despite being REALLY hard at times, glad I decided to get it after being patient.

  • Michael Richardson

    Cool. I’ve been waiting for this to go on sale. Still a bit rich for my blood but I guess I’ll bite as I doubt we’ll be seeing it go any lower anytime soon.

  • Anna Scruton

    I JUST bought this a full price!

    I have the worst luck.

    • Daniel

      Ouch i feel you ive already done this so many times same price too on one i cant remember its etrian-ish tho if that makes sense tough too

  • http://twitter.com/#!/kaishou Kaishou

    Well a store recently refunded me £11 and that’s the amount I need to buy this lol

  • E.T.993

    OMNOMNOMNOMNOM?Probably.

  • fool

    It’s maaaybe worth $20.
    The cool things about the game include:
    - how jumps which seem utterly impossible before become possible after learning the mechanics
    - fever dream-like aesthetic and style

    The bum things include:
    - framerate often gets wrecked if 3D is on
    - bizarre design and interface choices, like burying playable characters in a weird menu
    - bosses are so poorly designed that it’s almost a joke. They’re nut-punchingly hard, obtuse, and punishing
    - it’s short, uneven, and anticlimactic

    • Shippoyasha

      The game is meant to be short or long as you want it to be. You can finish it with 5 or 6 stage clears or you can go through all the stages in numerical order. There’s quite a few ways to finish the game. And all the girls’ abilities gives it a lot of replay value.

      It’s DEFINITELY worth $20 IMO. It was still worth it at $30, but if one really likes skill based, physics based platforming, it’s an all time classic.

      • Daniel

        I was always curious about this game but the price had me hesitant cuz i knew so little about it i think i heard its actually part of a series but anyways i think i may just give this a try as ive heard good things about it

    • 60hz

      it’s only short if you are scrub, there are multiple paths through the game. but for the longer path you need to have some serious skills to even SEE those doors.

  • Jumbokitty724

    Woo time to grab it up!

  • fairysun

    I’ve watched the gameplay for a bit. Looks like an old-school classic platform.
    Kind of remind me of another game.

  • rubin

    Oh my, hope it gets a similar discount in Europe soon

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