Nintendo are offering you a deal this week, not just on games, but for Shaun the Sheep videos on the 3DS. You can either buy three collections of five episodes at £2.69 each or all 15 episodes for £6.29, a saving of £1.78.
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.
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.
If you’d like to see what Resident Evil: Revelations will look and play like on the Wii U, you may want to check the eShop as there is a demo available for you to try out, as well as some special offers this week.
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.
This weekend, iDÉAME is happening, but what’s that?! It’s where indie developers get together and show off their games while having discussions and giving and receiving support, to celebrate this, the Nintendo eShop is having a sale.
The classic Pac-Man is coming to the 3DS this week, but it’s the NES version via Virtual Console and costs £4.49, but for more recent retro-style gaming, Retro City Rampage will cost you 1000 Wii Points from the Wii Shop to play on the Wii.
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.
Let’s get ready… For Super Pokémon Rumble! I almost said the other thing, but I might get sued for copyright infringement or something. ANYWAY, as well as the full game I just mentioned being available on the Nintendo eShop this week, what else is there?