The first week of August offers a handful of new titles for both the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, but nothing thatís likely to set the world on fire. Get ready for some semi-old-school Mega Man action and a bunch of smaller titles to pad out the roster.
The Wii U, Wii, DS and 3DS will receive a major eShop overhaul this week in greater extension than the usual weekly update that we inform you about.
This weekís Nintendo update is what I would refer to as ďAíight.Ē Thereís not a lot on offer here, but at least there are a couple of smaller titles, a sale on Knytt Underground, a new game for the Virtual Console on both the Wii U and 3DS and, most importantly, a new adventure starring everybodyís favorite top hat aficionado, Professor Layton.
Nintendo Enthusiast's Jason Lepine will be spotlighting more than 120 upcoming games coming to the Wii U this year and next year. In the first of the multi-part video series, Lepine goes over all the noteworthy side-scrolling adventure games coming to Nintendo's new generation home console.
The folks at Level-5 sure are staying busy these days, releasing a new game on the 3DS eShop this past week, Inazuma Eleven, discounting a whole bunch of their other titled on Nintendo's portable console and gearing up to release yet another title this week in the form of a rhythm/crafting game, Weapon Shop de Omasse.
It's the beginning of a new month, which means it's also time for another collection of games to rotate into the Club Nintendo Coin exchange program, offering four titles players can enjoy for free so long as they have enough loyalty points to exchange for them. This month's offerings are...mostly not all that great.
Thereís no point in beating around the bush here. Sure, some other games are coming out to Nintendo consoles this week and, yeah, one or two of them might be blipping on your radar but, letís face it, itís all about the Pokeemans. Itís somewhat slim pickings for the Nintendo eShop and Virtual Console this week as everyone clears the way for the 800-pound gorilla known as Pokemon X/Y.
Itís a relatively decent week on the Nintendo virtual storefront, primarily for those who own a Wii U as a couple of big downloadable titles finally make their way to the eShop and Virtual Console.
The Nintendo eShop and Virtual Console are stepping up their game this week, offering a nice selection of titles new and old for both the Wii U and 3DS, including some Street Fighter love for those gaming on the home console.
Another week means another batch of digital games available through the Nintendo eShop and, this week, those offerings included a beloved classic, a bunch of tiny blue creatures, a hair-tastic genie and more.
Things are picking up this week on the Nintendo eShop with a handful of new arrivals on the Wii U, the 3DS and even a couple of sales to boot.
After a couple of pretty slow weeks on the Nintendo eShop and Virtual Console, the Big N is beefing up its digital content this week, offering several new games and a sale or two for the Wii U, Wii, 3DS and DSi.
Itís pretty slim pickings on the Nintendo eShop this week, but Donkey Kong and Mario (along with his Mini buddies) will keep gamers busy on the 3DS while Wii U owners will be able to take Resident Evil Revelations for a test drive in the latest demo.
Itís Thursday, which means itís once again time to take a gander at the digital goodies Nintendo plans to release over the next seven days through its various virtual outlets. Itís a rather light week, actually, but with games like Mega Man 4 hitting the eShop, do you really need a bunch of filler?
The Nintendo Entertainment System is celebrating its 30th birthday this year. And if that news managed to make you feel way too old, then here is some other news that might help take the edge off, gramps: Nintendo is offering one classic game per month for $0.30 on the Wii U eShop, kicking things off right this very minute with Balloon Fight.