In addition to Nintendo TVii launching today, we have an array of downloadable content across all Nintendo systems.
Much of today’s content includes retail titles for Nintendo 3DS. If you have been holding off on games like Mario Tennis Open, Pilotwings Resort, Pokémon Rumble Blast, or BIT.TRIP SAGA, you can now download them from the eShop. However, it is important to note that Pilotwings is much cheaper if you purchase the cartridge.
You can also get great ports like Wario Land 2 and escapeVektor from the 3Shop on Nintendo 3DS. If you desire more New Super Mario Bros., you can get two more Coin Rush packs today. Also available is a demo of 2 Fast 4 Gnomz on the Nintendo 3DS. If you are looking for something to play with others over the holidays, both JEOPARDY! and Wheel of Fortune are both downloadable from the eShop on Wii U today.
We have posted the full list of all 20 games, packs, and videos and their prices below, along with the official press release, straight from Nintendo of America. Be sure to let us know what game(s) or apps get you excited to play. Let us know in the comments below or in our forums!
Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS
- Wario Land 2 ($4.99)
- escapeVektor ($9.99)
- 2 Fast 4 Gnomz – demo version (FREE)
- Mario Tennis Open ($39.99)
- Pilotwings Resort ($39.99)
- Pokémon Rumble Blast ($34.99)
- 3D Game Collection ($5.99)
- BIT.TRIP SAGA ($14.99)
- PIX3D ($3.99)
- Riding Stables 3D ($29.99)
New Downloadable Content on Nintendo 3DS
- New Super Mario Bros. 2 – Coin Rush: “Mystery Aventures Pack” ($2.50)
- New Super Mario Bros. 2 – Coin Rush: “Impossible Pack” ($2.50)
Nintendo Video on Nintendo 3DS
- Dinosaur Office: New Year’s Party (FREE)
DSiWare (eShop on Nintendo 3DS & Nintendo DSi Shop)
- Anonymous Notes Chapter 3 – From The Abyss ($1.99 / 200 Points)
- Cake Ninja: XMAS ($1.99 / 200 Points)
- Castle Conqueror – Heroes 2 ($4.99 / 500 Points)
Nintendo eShop on Wii U
- JEOPARDY! ($49.99)
- Wheel of Fortune ($49.99)
- Vampire Crystals (1000 Points)
- Vampire Crystals – demo version (FREE)
[PR Email from Nintendo of America]