Nintendo DLC: Plenty of sports and a little pottery
I'm kidding on the LOL part. Kind of. I'm not into sports, but videogame sports are fine by me, especially when it comes to golf. Baseball and Tennis are great, too. And maybe pottery making? :
NES Open Tournament Golf ($4.99 on 3DS) is quite fun. Despite being an 8-bit game, it still holds up well today. Arc System Works' Family Tennis 3D ($6.99, 3DS) looks cute and has the most Japanese music ever created. On the Wii, 2020 Super Baseball (900 Wii Points) hits the Virtual Console, and I'm very pleased that this cyber baseball game has come back to us.
On the non-sporting side of things, how about making some pottery? WiiWare title Let's Create! Pottery (500 Wii Points) lets you do just that. Nintendo says that it's "therapeutic and uplifting." I hope I can re-enact that romantic scene from Ghost with a WiiMote.
Also available this week:
- The Legend of Zelda (3DS, $4.99)
- Heroes of Ruin demo (3DS)
- Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword (3DS, $6.99)
- Akari by Nikoli (3DS, $4.99)
- Topoloco (3DS, $4.99)
- 3, 2, 1... WordsUp! (3DS, $1.99)
What are you getting this week?
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