NES Remix 2 for the Wii U hits the Nintendo eShop this week, along with Sayonara UmiharaKawase on the 3DS. The special offers are all titles from Joindots and that’s about it. Not much of an offering, but maybe there’s something just around the corner.
Nintendo Pocket Football Club is available to buy on the eShop this week and there’s a free demo of Mario Golf: World Tour. NPFC will only cost £10.79 until May 1st when it will go up to full price of £13.49, you save £2.70 buying it early.
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Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection was what you used to connect to other players online and play games, but as from May, the service will no longer be available on the DS, DSi or Wii. I found this out when my Wii was giving out that blue glow around the disk slot.
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Moshi Monsters: Katsuma Unleashed is coming to the DS and 3DS next Friday, October 11th, so Activision and Mind Candy have released some new screenshots to show off the game before adding it to your kids collection.
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Pokémon X and Pokémon Y are scheduled for release on October 12th and in anticipation of the launch of said titles, starting from August 30th, you can go to your local GAME branch and take part in a character distribution event.
There’s plenty to choose from this week with Nintendo’s offerings, the main attraction being add-on content for New Super Mario Bros., New Super Luigi U. There are also a couple of special offers that my be of interest to some people.
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This weeks Nintendo downloads include Tetris for the 3DS, you would think that such an old game wouldn’t cost much, but no, to squeeze as much money as possible out the game, it costs £8.99.
There are some great new releases on the Nintendo eShop this week including Fire Emblem: Awakening, but there are also some titles on offer such as Virtue’s Last Reward and other Level-5 titles on the 3DS.
If you’re one of those who like to buy stuff to download onto your Nintendo device, this week sees a couple of big hitters in the form of The Cave and Marvel Avengers: The Battle for Earth.
Yeah yeah, Nintendo is a Japanese company, what I’m referring to is Tokyo Crash Mobs and Mahjong Mysteries (Mahjong is Chinese y’see) which are being offered for purchase on the 3DS via the eShop.
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