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 names out of a hat to determine these release dates, but the truth is surely much more mundane.
The 3DS eShop has gotten Ketzal's Corridors ($6.99), which looks to be a game about the Aztec adventures puzzle pieces go on when we aren't playing Tetris. On DSiWare, the new game is Anne's Doll Studio: Tokyo Collection ($4.99). I feel creepy looking at the screenshots, so let's just leave it at that.
Finally, there's a music video -- Death Cab for Cutie's "Underneath the Sycamore" -- but it isn't coming to the eShop until April 14. Not like I had plans for Saturday anyway.
|9:29 AM on 05.17.2013|
New Super Luigi U release date, standalone ver. revealed
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Oracle of Ages and Seasons discounted at launch on eShop
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|8:00 AM on 05.17.2013|
Wii U owners don't know how to play Super Metroid
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