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Shantae And The Pirate’s Curse For Wii U & 3DS Targets February 5 European Release

WayForward has announced Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse will be landing on the European eShop next month. Due to release on both the Wii U and 3DS systems simultaneously, the platform game will arrive for Europe, Australia and New Zealand on February 5. And for those eager New Nintendo 3DS owners the developer has promised an update for the system is coming soon, enabling the use of the ZL and ZR buttons to swap between inventory and map screens, along with the C stick to quickly select from various magic spells and items. Details of the game’s pricing and if there will be an exclusive cross-buy promotion between the two platforms for the region – similar to Shovel Knight – has yet to be confirmed.


4 thoughts on “Shantae And The Pirate’s Curse For Wii U & 3DS Targets February 5 European Release”

  1. I have a question, i was about to post on the nintendo club post but i realise that people dont comment on older post frecuently on this site so i have to place it here sorry.
    Does anyone knows how to exchange my club nintendo points for virtual console or eshop titles? Ive heard that this is posible but i dont find anything about it anywhere and i want to download the old shantae so i guess it makes a little sense to post thid question here xD

    1. I’ve never heard of that, I think coins can only be used for games made available through club nintendo. you need to make sure that you’ve registered the product and then once they are registered go to get games and rewards to pick from one of the available games you can purchase with coins and then download the game code in the eshop. tip though wait till february because they will have the same titles you see available and more to choose from.

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