Nintendo Download – January 3, 2013

A new year and a ton of brand new digital content, right? Well, only if you are a Nintendo 3DS owner. For the rest of us who also own a Wii U, it looks like we will have to wait until next week for a another chance of new content.

If you are an RPG fan, then today is for you. Both Unchained Blades and Code of Princess are available in the eShop on Nintendo 3DS. If you’re more into old-school side-scrollers, check out Gunman Clive’s unique hand-drawn art style. Air Battle Hockey 3D takes the classic “Pong” game to the third dimension to round out the 3DS games. For those of you DSiWare fans, check out Galaxy Saver and Snowboard Xtreme.

We have posted the full list of all the games/videos and 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 3DS

  • Unchained Blades ($29.99)
  • Code of Princess ($39.99)
  • Gunman Clive ($1.99)
  • Air Battle Hockey 3D ($TBD)

Nintendo Video on Nintendo 3DS

  • Nintendo Video Best of 2012 (FREE)

DSiWare on DSi Shop and Nintendo eShop for 3DS

  • Galaxy Saver ($1.99 / 200 Points)
  • Snowboard Xtreme ($1.99 / 200 Points)

 

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[PR Email from Nintendo of America]

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