Exclusive Battlefield 3 pre-order content at Best Buy

Below is a list of free stuff you get when you pre-order Battlefield 3 at Best Buy. I recieved this email from Best Buy telling me this and I thought I would share it with you in case you really want to purchase the game, and you are considering pre-ordering. Are you planning on getting BF3 when it comes out? Let us know below!

Pre-order your copy of Battlefield 3 Limited Edition and receive an exclusive SPECACT Kit Upgrade, including:

  • A set of 8 Multiplayer skins – one for each class and side
  • Two uniforms per multiplayer class
  • One customized weapon skin per class

Also, pre-order now to get the Battlefield 3 Limited Edition with Back to Karkand expansion pack, including maps, weapons and vehicles from the acclaimed prequel, as well as unique rewards and achievements.

Link to Pre-order

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Nintendo & Best Buy partner for DLC for 3DS

NINTENDO AND BEST BUY TO BRING CUSTOM DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT TO NINTENDO 3DS OWNERS

Nintendo 3DS will Connect Automatically to Best Buy Wireless Hot Spots

REDMOND, Wash., and MINNEAPOLIS, May 17, 2011 – Nintendo and retail partner Best Buy are collaborating to give Nintendo 3DS™ owners customized, automatic wireless access at some 1,000 select Best Buy store locations nationwide beginning June 7. Once connected, the service will provide access to a variety of fun content via the system’s built-in Wi-Fi functionality, including the new SpotPass™ feature. The Best Buy service will also include exclusive offers as well as additional entertainment content such as gaming extras and movie trailers. Nintendo 3DS, which lets people see 3D visuals without the need for special glasses, launched March 27 at a suggested retail price of $249.99.

“Nintendo 3DS turns the page in portable gaming not just because of the stunning, glasses-free 3D visuals, but also in the way it keeps people connected to their friends, their games and their world,” said Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime. “Best Buy provides a firsthand look at the platform with experts to help people understand everything it offers.”

“We want our customers to fully tap into the potential of their Nintendo 3DS device, so we’re pleased to offer free access to special Wi-Fi and SpotPass content in-store,” said Chris Homeister, senior vice president of entertainment for Best Buy. “As a retail partner for SpotPass, this is another way that we’re delivering best-in-class gaming experiences at our stores across the country.”

Remember that Nintendo 3DS features parental controls that let adults manage the content their children can access. For more information about this and other features, visit http://www.nintendo3ds.com.

Remember though, that Nintendo is also partnering with AT&T in the US to bring free hotspots across the nation. You will be able to play your 3DS almost anywhere this summer wherever a hotspot is available.