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.
Wii Virtual Console
Look out 3DS eShop. It seems Nintendo has declared October as their month to really push their handheld download service!
October means games, according to Nintendo. Specifically, it means a ton of 3DS eShop games. Today’s Nintendo Download is packed with goodness, so get ready!
With the end of September upon us, Nintendo waves goodbye with a bang. In fact, this is one of the larger release lists we have had in recent weeks on the Nintendo Download.
While everyone awaits the launch of the Wii U this November, Nintendo has released their next round of digital games for DSi, 3DS, and Wii. This week’s list looks small but mighty.
Just before Nintendo unloaded a ton of information about the Wii U this morning, they released their weekly Nintendo Download, which includes four new titles, all for their handhelds.
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This week’s Nintendo Download is a little old and a little new. Four titles cover the 3DS eShop, DSiWare, and Wii Virtual Console.
Today’s Nintendo Download is either good news or bad news. For you 3DS owners, you have a wealth of options. For Wii lovers, you are left high and dry. DSi-only players are somewhere in the middle.
While many are still busy gathering their 1 million coins in New Super Mario Bros. 2, Nintendo is ready to release three more games this week: VectorRacing, Metal Slug X, and Abyss.
We have good news! Remember when we only had two new games last week… This week we have… three! Yeah, it is not much, but it seems Nintendo is pushing more of the free videos and discounted games more than new games on eShop.
Today, get a kung fu kick out of your 3DS, 8-Bit Summer continues with some GameBoy titles, and the Wii Shop goes retro.
The Nintendo eShop “8-bit Summer” starts today! Combine that with the normal release list for the Nintendo Download, and we get a ton of games. Are you ready for this?