If you like to own or catch/kill animals, today’s Nintendo Download is for you! Although, there are also some new games for those of you who like zombies, sports, and fighting as well.
A new year and a ton of brand new digital content, right? Well, only if you are a Nintendo 3DS owner.
Let’s see what Nintendo has in store for this holiday Nintendo Download (pun intended)!
In addition to Nintendo TVii launching today, we have an array of downloadable content across all Nintendo systems.
It seems that Nintendo is still pushing for full retail games to make their way to the eShop, as two more additions are made this week. On top of that, we get two new demos of retail games on the eShop for Wii U. In all, we have 13 games and videos this week.
After a sleepy week, the Nintendo Download is back in full force with a new load of Nintendo 3DS, DSiWare, Virtual Console, and Wii U games.
Nintendo must be still suffering from the tryptophan-effect, because this week’s releases seem a bit lacking, especially after the large numbers we have been getting in recent weeks.
Are you ready for this? We’ve got a ton of digital games, including quite a large list of Wii U retail games. It’s time for Nintendo Download Thanksgiving-style!
A week before Wii U games jump into the Nintendo Download, Nintendo has released more full-priced retail 3DS games than anything else.
With the Wii U launch only a week and three days away, Nintendo is puts out its next to last Nintendo Download with only Wii, 3DS, and DSi games.
Welcome to this week’s Nintendo Download! Following last week’s massive list of titles, this week is a little on the lighter side, in terms of content. We have three new games available and another title that is also available at retail stores.
On top of all the Nintendo Direct information we received this morning, we also get our weekly Nintendo Download. Like the past several weeks, it is again very Nintendo 3DS heavy.
Here come the full retail titles for the 3DS eShop! This week, we get our first round of previously released first-party games, along with a range of other apps and games.
Look out 3DS eShop. It seems Nintendo has declared October as their month to really push their handheld download service!