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Nintendo Download: Tank! Tank! Tank! for free

10:45 AM on 05.02.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

Kung Fu Rabbit, Pac-Man, and Mega Man

Today is a pretty lively day on the Wii U and 3DS eShop storefronts, even if pretty much everything is a re-release. In a strange turn of events, Tank! Tank! Tank! will be free on the Wii U eShop, with paid DLC in tow. Kung Fu Rabbit, an action platformer, is also available.

After last week's very special Virtual Console update, it seems as if we'll be getting normal VC additions from here on out. To help kick things off, Pac-Man and Mega Man are available now for $4.99 on the Wii U eShop. Be sure and check out my rundown if you need more info on the Wii U Virtual Console. The Wii U eShop is also getting a hefty amount of sales, including Nano Assault Neo ($6.99), and Zen Pinball 2 (various tables on sale for $4.99, and $1.49).

The 3DS side of things is a lot less exciting, with Bearshark (3DS eShop), Gummy Bears Magical Medallion (3DS eShop), My Riding Stables 3D (3DS eShop), Armageddon Operation Dragon (DSiWare) and Balloon Fight (3DS VC). The 3DS has its own sales, including Marvel Pinball 3D ($3.99), 3D Classics: Kirby's Adventure ($4.99), Dillon's Rolling Western ($6.99), Pushmo ($4.99), Fluidity: Spin Cycle ($7.99), Tokyo Crash Mobs ($.4.99), Nano Assault EX ($9.99), Art of Balance: Touch! ($4.99), and Fun! Fun! Minigolf Touch! ($3.49).

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

As for what I'm getting, I think a dip into the free Tank! Tank! Tank! is good enough for me this week.


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