I guess the issue is that you can only purchase the vouchers up to July and it doesn' seem guranteed they'll support titles much beyond that.
Astral Chain is up there so that's a confirmation that you can get titles past the July 31st date, but it might be a preload?
It's pretty good. Gameplay wise it's a smoother version of Xenoblade 1, story wise I would say it's a step down just because they triple down on the anime tropes and it's not as "deep" philosophy wise like the other games got, so depending on how much you can stomuch those it's an enjoyable ride. Same goes for the designs of the characters so heads up on big tiddy waifus and questionably aged little girls. Save off on getting the expansion for it until the gameplay clicks and you know you're going to finish it and then take advantage of the goodies it gives you.
As for the deal I think it's a pretty sweet deal. Bought a bunch of $35 eshop cards for $24 each and bought four vouchers. Already got MM2 and will get UA3 when that goes up for preorder. Hoping to use the second set on DQB2 when that goes up and if Astral Chain, Animal Crossing, or Zelda don't come with any physical goodies I'll use the fourth one on one of those.
It’s actually a better deal than Best Buy GCU (if yours hasn’t run out). You pay $100 and get $5 back in gold coins, making it $12.50 off each game. It’s not a dramatic difference, but given that GCU isn’t applicable on digital games, it’s a great deal for the right games.
If this was sold on Amazon, my goodness
I need that. $10 off each for 2 full priced digital games, plus gold coins plus points on my Amazon card. Please Nintendo consider 3rd party reseller
Hold the fucking phone, I can get 2 $50 eShop gift cards from Amazon to get amazon. Use them on the vouchers, then redeem the vouchers to get the games and gold coins. That is having my cake and eating it too.