Australians looking to pick up a Nintendo 3DS at launch might want to get their pre-order in at retailer “Big W”, who are offering a free copy of either Rayman 3D or Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars 3D with the purchase of the 3DS and a starter kit. Not a bad deal if you have any interest in either of those two titles.

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Dixons in the UK is accepting Nintendo 3DS pre-orders for £199 with a deposit of £10.

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A listing for Bust-a-Move Universe has been updated on with a boxart, release date, and some info.

Pre-orders are currently open, with a $29.99 price tag and March 29, 2011 release date. Whether these are accurate or placeholders is unclear.

The features are listed as:

  • Bust-A-Move busts out of your screen in full 3D! BUST-A-MOVE goes full vibrant 3D in Bust-A-Move Universe!
  • Pop Pop Pop!: Match three or more bubbles of the same color and clear away a field of impending bubble doom!
  • A whole universe of fun: Clear dozens of challenging levels as you explore an entire universe filled with puzzle fun

Bust-a-Move Universe for Nintendo 3DS

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Target stores should be putting out official pre-order cards any time now. As you can see from the picture below, the cards are all ready to go; they just aren’t on store shelves just yet.

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Link is accepting pre-orders for the Nintendo 3DS. $249.99, which is the same price as in the US.

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Canadian retailer Future Shop has starting accepting pre-orders for the Nintendo 3DS and a handful of games on their website. The price is marked as $249.99, which is the same as it is in the US.

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It hasn’t been long since Nintendo announced the price and date of the North American 3DS launch, and now has started accepting pre-orders for the system.

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UK stores are really gearing up for the release of the Nintendo 3DS. Best Buy UK is now accepting pre-orders for the system and a variety of games.