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Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Headlines eShop Update

January 28, 2016 by

Find out what’s on sale this week on the eShop!

This week the eShop gets another classic title for the Wii U Virtual Console with the release of the acclaimed Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, originally released for the Game Boy Advance back in 2003. If you don’t feel like playing the followup to 1997’s Final Fantasy Tactics, perhaps you’ll want one of the games available for the final week of the eShop’s “Winter Warm-Up Sale,” which ends February 4th. This week’s theme is “Epic Adventures,” and offers up to 30% off select titles. The full list of titles for the sale, along with the price of Tactics Advance, are as followed.

Wii U:

  • Affordable Space Adventures ($13.99; originally $19.99)
  • Octodad: Dadliest Catch ($9.99; originally $14.99)
  • Child of Light ($10.49; originally $14.99)
  • Elliot Quest ($8.99; originally $12.99)
  • Castlevania [Virtual Console] ($3.49; originally $4.99)
  • Breath of Fire [Virtual Console] ($5.59; originally $7.99)
  • Earthbound [Virtual Console] ($6.99; originally $9.99)
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap [Virtual Console] ($5.59; originally $7.99)
  • Final Fantasy Tactics Advance [Virtual Console] ($7.99)

3DS:

  • Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward ($14.99; originally $24.99)
  • Fantasy Life ($27.99; originally $39.99)
  • Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse ($13.99; originally $19.99)
  • Xeodrifter ($6.99; originally $9.99)
  • Attack of the Tokyo Monsters! A Tokyo Tale ($5.99; originally $7.99)
  • Castlevania [Virtual Console] ($3.49; originally $4.99)
  • Metroid [Virtual Console] ($3.49; originally $4.99)

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