Where to find the best price on Miitopia in Australia
Take your Miis on a classic quest to save the world in this portable RPG for the Nintendo 3DS.
First, they were simple bowlers in Wii Sports. Then they took up trumpets and drumsticks to become musicians in Wii Music. When the gig lifestyle got to be too much, they settled down for some R&R on an island paradise in Tomodachi Life. Now, the multi-talented Miis face their toughest challenge yet: surviving the grind of an old-school turn-based JRPG in Miitopia for the Nintendo 3DS.
Jokes aside, Miitopia throws Nintendo's customisable avatars into a traditional fantasy adventure cut from the same cloth as the Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest games. By importing existing Mii characters or using the game's built-in Mii Maker tool, you can assemble a party of adventurers based on people you know. Make your best friend a Mage, your little cousin a chef, and your favourite celeb a glitzy pop star, then march your party across the kingdom of Miitopia to battle the many disturbing monsters The Dark Lord has unleashed upon the land.
Alongside standard RPG mechanics like loot, EXP, and special abilities, Miitopia adds in a relationship dynamic between different Miis that can impact how combat plays out. Depending on the personalities you give your Miis at the outset of the game, they might form friendships and team up for group attacks. Alternatively, their nature could lead them to butt heads and turn on each other in the middle of battle. Because of this, you'll want to pick your party wisely to avoid internal strife.
If you've amassed an army of Miis over the years and like the idea of leading them on a fantastical journey, you'll be happy to know you don't have to pay full price when Miitopia launches on 29 July. Save yourself some cash by checking out the best deals on Miitopia in Australia:
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