The sale ends on September 18, so first check the eShop to see if you want to take advantage of any of these offers. This is the latest in a series of publisher’s sales to appear in the eshop; Ubisoft and Nicalis are currently on sale, and both are also available in North America. Among the highlights, Dragon Ball FighterZ and additional discounts on digital offers, but there is a great selection of titles here. A total of nine games are available, and additional content has been added. My only real complaint about this game was the lack of a search diary or something else. Ryan can call the first Pokémon 151 in colour, an achievement that he calls his hand game, although it is so introverted that you would never find him near a group. Story mode is a real task, and besides, it’s only a typical part of the fighting game. One day I’ll probably catch up with Tales, but I couldn’t do it with my other games. I’ve just bought Taiko, so when this sale arrives in the US, the DLC should be reduced. When you left the game for a few days and came back, it was easy to forget what you were doing or where to go. Only an absolute idiot wouldn’t accept Tales or Vesperia or Sword Art Online at these prices. Dragonball Fighterz is very good as one of you was in closing for it, although the repeatability can be limited by the number of PvP you want. Anyone who asks for a sale in the United States, if that exists in Europe, or a sale in the EU, if that exists in the United States, should be banned forever on the Internet. A few weeks ago bought FighterZ with 75%, now I have the passport and the Katamari.