The eShop this week is a wonderland designed just for me. At least that’s the way it seems. Stardew Valley, Axiom Verge, and Mario & Luigi all hit this week and I need to own all of them. There are a lot of other things out there for anyone else to check out.
It’s a huge week for the Switch this week as 17 different games become available for download. They’re topped of by FIFA 18 from EA and Golf Story. Outside of that the floodgates of independently developed titles have opened. There’s going to be something for everyone out there.
The first week of the year offers up some slim pickings on the eShop. Pokemon Snap for the N64 is available on the Wii U Virtual Console and that’s really the biggest release of the week. Only a handful of indie games to check out. My Nintendo has some deals on a few Kirby games so if you’re interested in picking up something like Kirby’s Epic Yarn for Wii U or Yoshi’s Woolly World a little cheaper you might spend some of those platinum and gold coins to do that.
As always head past the break for the full list of games and deals available.
It’s a pretty light week in the eShop this week with only a couple of Virtual Console releases to speak of. Mario Kart 64, the first game ever to feature the blue shell, makes the move to the Wii U Virtual Console and Castlevania Dracula X makes its way to the New 3DS. That’s it. That’s all you’ve got. However, if you are in the … Continue reading Nintendo Download: Week of December 29th
It’s eShop download day. This week that means you can get the 4th installment of the Shantae series on Wii U. This is a platforming series from WayForward that started back on the Game Boy Color. The most recent game was a successful Kickstarter campaign. In addition to Shantae there are a few other games on sale. Mario Party 2 for the N64 hits the … Continue reading Nintendo Download: Week of December 22nd
This week’s Nintendo download sees Nintendo’s first real ‘game’ appear on iOS. That’s right, Super Mario Run releases today. You can download it for free and try it out. If you like it a one time purchase of $9.99 gives you the full game. On Virtual Console, one of the better racing games to appear on Wii, Excite Bots: Trick Racing is available once again.
My Nintendo adds some new rewards giving you discounts on some different Mario themed Virtual Console games. Head past the break for the full list of games that are available for download this week.
What’s on tap for the eShop this week, you ask? Lucky for you I have just the answer. This week’s biggest “new” release is Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome amiibo on the 3DS. This newest update adds a ton of new content to the game for returning players and an even bigger experience than before for players who are new to the game.
Aside from that it’s a big week for the Virtual Console, at least I think so. Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon, a DS release, is available on the Wii U Virtual Console as is one of Samus’ most recent outings in Metroid Other M, which I very much enjoyed.
Head past the break for all of the most recent releases on the 3DS and Wii U.
Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse leads this week’s Nintendo Downloads. If you’re looking for a great RPG on 3DS to play that’s one you should definitely check out. Severed hits Wii U this week. Then you have Donkey Kong Country Returns on the Virtual Console for Wii U and a few Final Fight games heading to the New 3DS.
For the full list of games making their eShop debut and a list of games that are going on sale this week head past the break.
This week the spotlight is on Mii Plaza as the five new games announced during today’s Direct are available for download. Also, for those of you who haven’t played Skyward Sword yet it’s avaialble on the Wii U Virtual Console.
Head past the break for the full list of games available for download.
Kirby comes out this week. That leads the pack in new content released in the eShop this week. Also, don’t forget, if you haven’t created a My Nintendo account and linked it to your Nintendo Network ID then do so. There will be a big sale coming right after E3 that you want to be prepared for.
Head past the break to see all the new content coming to the Wii U and 3DS this week.