Following the price cut of the Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo offered customers a care package in the form of the Ambassador Program. This nifty promotion gave Nintendo 3DS owners free games from the eShop. Now the program has arrived in Europe, allowing owners who purchased the handheld before last month’s price cut, ten free game downloads.
The free games available are as follows; Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong Jr., The Legend of Zelda, The Legend of Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, Metroid, Balloon Fight, Wrecking Crew, Mario & Yoshi, Ice Climber and NES Open Tournament Golf.
To download your free games, you must go to your settings in the eShop and they will be waiting for you at the bottom of the list of downloadable games. This is of course, assuming that you also connected to the eShop last month to be legible for the offer.
Is the Ambassador Program enough compensation to customers who purchased the Nintendo 3DS for the full price only months before the huge price crash?