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Nintendo Download: LEGO City Undercover, Monster Hunter

Mar 14 // Chris Carter
   @DtoidChris

Also, a HarmoKnight demo

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: Prehistoric Party ($39.99, March 19). Punch Out!! is also dropping March 21 for the Wii U Virtual Console for a cool $0.30 and a Chasing Aurora demo is now available to go along with its 50% off sale.

The 3DS is also getting some love, with Mega Man 3 (3DS VC), a Ketzal's Corridors sale ($4.99), and a HarmoKnight demo. On the full retail eShop side of things, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate ($39.99), Rayman Origins ($29.99), Reel Fishing 3D Paradise ($19.99), and The Croods: Prehistoric Party ($29.99) are launching.

DSiWare is getting Forgotten Legions and Goony -- I really wish that last one was Goonies 2 for the NES.

If you missed last week's installment, here it is.

As for what I'm getting, I've already been playing LEGO City Undercover and Need for Speed: Most Wanted U, and I can't resist Punch Out!! for $0.30. I'll most likely pick up Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate after PAX.


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