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It's a decent week ahead of us in terms of Nintendo downloads, as the 3DS and Wii U are getting a few games each this week. On the 3DS front, we have Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers coming April 16th on the e...
There's quite a bit of diversity today on the Nintendo Download front, as the Wii U, 3DS, and Wii are all getting content. The Wii U will front Toki Tori 2 (Wii U eShop, $13.49 until April 25th), which I'll have a review up f...
The 3DS continues it's streak of original, exclusive games as it gets HarmoKnight ($14.99) today. In other 3DS news, Legend of the River King (3DS VC, $4.99, an and awesome fishing title, by the way) is available, as are full...
The 3DS is red hot again this week with Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, which are both available on March 24th. Gates to Infinity will have a free DLC dungeon, the Poké...
The Wii U is getting a decent amount of full retail downloads this week, with LEGO City Undercover ($49.99, March 18), Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate ($59.99, March 19), Need for Speed Most Wanted U ($59.99, March 19), and Croods:...
It's a 3DS kind of day, as basically every update in today's edition of Nintendo Download is eShop related. First off there's the brand new Kersploosh!, which I'll have a review for later today. The rest of the offerings are ...
This week's Nintendo Download has something for just about everyone. Bit.Trip Presents Runner2 is fantastic and it's available now via the Wii U eShop. Also on the console side of things, Retro City Rampage has arrived o...
The Wii U will be getting something today, in the form of F-Zero for 30 cents (Wii U Virtual Console), and Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate and Trine 2: Director's Cut demos. Likewise, the 3DS will also be getting a Monster Hunter d...
Today is one of the most boring episodes of Nintendo Download yet, as the featured app is Wii Street U -- a program that lets you view virtual streets via Google Maps, like a billion other devices that you can actually take o...
If you have some coins to spare, you can grab four new games right now from Club Nintendo: Birds & Beans (DSiWare, 100 Coins), Metal Torrent (DSiWare, 150 Coins), Paper Mario (Wii Virtual Console/Nintendo 64, 200 Coins), ...
Be prepared for a load of non-exciting news on the Nintendo front this week. The Wii U is getting its first ever digital-download only release in Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage 2 ($59.99). Before you pick it up, make sure...
The Wii U is getting something this week in the form of a game that was released on PC, Mac, Xbox Live Arcade, and the PlayStation Network last year -- Puddle. If you haven't tried the wonderful game The Cave yet, check out C...
Frogs are my favorite animal. Yep, that's what I'm choosing to focus on in today's issue of Nintendo Download, because this week is one of the weakest offerings yet, and it features tons of animal games. That's alright though...
It's kind of a "meh" week for Nintendo Download fans, but it's far from worthless. Unchained Blades (which came out last year on the PSP in Japan, and this year in the US) leads the way today as the big full retail release on...
Mega Man 1 is finally hitting the 3DS Virtual Console, as is Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels. Outside of those two classics, Fluidity: Spin Cycle is ready to go for the 3DS eShop, as is Johnny Impossible and Mahjong 3D - W...
Things are kind of low key in this week's Nintendo Download, as there's a ton of old releases and some extremely dull new ones. On the 3DS, you can grab Wario Land 2, escapeVektor, New Super Mario Bros. 2 DLC, Mario Tennis Op...
Nintendo Download isn't looking bad this week, especially if you're a fan of Guild 01 and Chuck E. Cheese's. In the portable arena, you can pick up Crimson Shroud (3DS eShop), Art of Balance TOUCH! (3DS eShop), Ninja Gaiden (...
Even if nothing on offer this week is truly remarkable, the sheer volume of content is impressive in this week's Nintendo Download. For the 3DS, you can pick up Scribblenauts Unlimited (3DS eShop), LEGO Lord of the Rings (3DS...
Prepare to be disappointed this week if you have a Wii U -- the only offerings on the table are 3DS related, with no Wii U titles in sight. You can grab Aero Porter (eShop), Pac-Man (eShop VC), Invasion of the Alien Blobs! (D...
Stay young. Or single. Getting hitched changes everything. Thanksgiving turns from a joyous occasion of mindless gorging to a tricky affair at best, with in-laws, planning, babies, and stress to deal with. I'm going to use th...
You like gnomes, right? Of course you do! When they're not creeping you out or stealing your underpants, I guess they can be alright. Well today you're getting your weekly dose of gnome-age, whether you like it or not, with 2...
Nintendo Downloads are usually nothing to go bonkers over, but today, a number of you might be bouncing off the walls at a chance to buy these offerings. Firstly, if you don't own Cave Story four times already, you can pick u...
The absolute highlight of this week is The Denpa Men: They Came By Wave (eShop, $9.99). In a move no one expected, a demo was released last week, and this wacky AR Japanese eShop game is now available in North America.&n...
18th Gate is a hex-based SRPG that boasts a decent amount of content for a DSiWare game. You can play as multiple heroes, trek through 18 areas, and encounter randomized enemies and traps. The game is currently appr...
On August 19, New Super Mario Bros. 2 will be available to purchase both in brick-and-mortar stores and on the eShop. If you plan on downloading the game, I ask that you exercise extreme caution. Check for discounts of physic...
I'm hijacking the Nintendo Download from Chris this week because, dammit, you are all in danger! Commando: Steel Disaster ($7.99 on DSi or 3DS) may look like a fairly inoffensive Metal Slug clone, but don't be fooled! I play...
There rarely comes a time when I can mention The Who, Pinball Quest, and Kirby in the same article, but today is that day my friends! Granted, my connections are tenuous at best, because the only real pinball related thing to...
This week's Nintendo download content is bursting at the seams with things that you may or may not actually want. For example, there's some retro goodness à la old school Rayman astride this week's obligatory insipid p...
As much as this might sound like an odd week for downloadable games on Nintendo platforms, it's actually on par with the same mishmash of content we're regularly given. I want to believe that someone is literally drawing name...
Whoa! Slow down, Renegade Kid! Mutant Mudds is doing gangbusters on the eShop, your next eShop game about a monkey that throws bombs is on the way, you're inviting fans to pitch yet another eShop game via a summer-long contes...
Nintendo is officially in full Kid Icarus: Uprising mode! The Kid Icarus anime shorts kick off this week, starting with "Thanatos Rising" by Production I.G. This roughly eight-and-a-half-minute CGI cartoon is split across thr...
A few more games have graced the 3DS eShop today, including Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream ($4.99), which should be a good indicator of how well you remember patterns from games you were obsessively into many years ago. And ...
Community member Rammstein brought to my attention recently that the anniversary edition of Four Swords on the DSi's DSiWare and 3DS' eShop will be disappearing soon -- on February 20, 2012 to be exact. I had completely forgo...
This week's digital releases on Nintendo platforms aren't particularly thrilling, but it was only a matter of time considering the handful of noteworthy games to come out recently. WiiWare leads the pack with the fashionably ...
Here is a sugary-sweet game that quietly slid under the door. Released on January 19 in the States and arriving on February 9 in Europe, Gaia's Moon is an auto-scrolling flight game for DSiWare. That's right! I can't believe...
The eShop is keeping up its momentum with another very promising game, Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword ($6.99). You might know it by a slightly different name, but it should look familiar. I'll be blind buying it the second ...
As you may have heard, Club Nintendo has raised their excitement level to eleven this year, and started offering actual games in exchange for play-coins. Step right up to Club Nintendo and pick up your two new digital offerin...
Well, this is awkward. Today marks the arrival of Zen Pinball 3D ($6.99) on the North American eShop -- which is great, don't get me wrong -- but it's also the debut of 101 Pinball World ($4.99) on DSiWare. How does that even...
Did you grab those free games while they were available on Club Nintendo? No? Well, too bad! They're gone now, slowpoke! I've got good news for you guys, however. Those games have been rotated out for a fresh batch that is ev...
Zombies? Old hat. Zombiis? Now we're talking! WiiWare title Zombii Attack is unquestionably the oddball of this week. I shudder to think what it looks like in motion. Thankfully, Jonathan Holmes is handling the review for us....





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