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Nintendo DLC: Lots of Monsters


11:30 AM on 05.10.2012
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This week's Nintendo download content brings you two monster games from Sega's past. It seems like Sega had a few games with the word 'monster' in the name, so it was easy to get them mixed up. I know I enjoyed a few of them, but I can never remember which ones were the good ones.

Monster World IV (900 Wii Points) hits the Wii Virtual Console this week, released outside Japan for the first time. This is the very last game in the Monster World series. Wonder Boy in Monster Land (900 Wii Points) also comes to the Virtual Console with its sidecrolling action RPG gameplay and bored-looking crabs (see above).

On the non-monster side of things we have 3DS number puzzle title Sudoku for $4.99 and the super crazy DSiWare sequel Paul's Shooting Adventure 2 for $1.99, both available on the eShop this week.






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