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Europe: Nintendo Downloads For August 11th 2016

It is Monday so that means it is time to find out which titles are available for download on the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShop. It’s a pretty good week this week as Super Paper Mario is coming to the Wii U Virtual Console. If you’re a New Nintendo 3DS owner and are a fan of the Mega Man franchise then you can download Mega Man X2 and Mega Man X3.

Special Offers (Wii U)

 

  • DuckTales: Remastered, Capcom – £4.79 (€5.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £11.99 (€14.99)
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara, Capcom – £3.95 (€4.94) until 25th August 2016, normally £11.99 (€14.99)
  • Joe’s Diner, Joindots – £3.77 (€4.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £5.99 (€7.99)
  • Reptilian Rebellion, Herrero – £1.29 (€1.49) until 1st September 2016, normally £1.79 (€1.99)
  • Resident Evil Revelations, Capcom – £7.99 (€9.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £39.99 (€49.99)
  • Suspension Railroad Simulator, Joindots – £4.79 (€6.39) until 25th August 2016, normally £5.99 (€7.99)
  • Trine 2: Director’s Cut, Frozenbyte – £6.99 (€8.49) until 29th August 2016, normally £13.99 (€16.99)
  • Trine Enchanted Edition, Frozenbyte – £5.49 (€6.49) until 29th August 2016, normally £10.99 (€12.99)
  • Wicked Monsters Blast! HD PLUS, Corecell – £2.69 (€2.99) until 1st September 2016, normally £7.19 (€7.99)

 

Special Offers (3DS)

 

  • 10-in-1: Arcade Collection, Gamelion – £0.89 (€0.99) until 1st September 2016, normally £1.79 (€1.99)
  • AeternoBlade, Corecell – £4.49 (€4.99) until 1st September 2016, normally £13.50 (€14.99)
  • Beyblade Evolution, Rising Star Games – £4.99 (€4.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £19.99 (€19.99)
  • BIT.TRIP SAGA, Rising Star Games – £4.49 (€4.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £17.99 (€19.99)
  • Brunch Panic, CIRCLE Entertainment – £2.49 (€2.99) until 1st September 2016, normally £3.39 (€3.99)
  • Crazy Kangaroo, Gamelion – £0.89 (€0.99) until 1st September 2016, normally £1.89 (€1.99)
  • Funfair Party Games, Joindots – £3.69 (€4.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £4.99 (€6.99)
  • Girl’s Fashion Shoot, Rising Star Games – £4.99 (€4.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £19.99 (€19.99)
  • Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi, Rising Star Games – £11.99 (€11.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £29.99 (€29.99)
  • Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns, Rising Star Games – £8.99 (€9.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £17.99 (€19.99)
  • Hazumi, Gamelion – £0.99 (€1.30) until 1st September 2016, normally £1.99 (€2.69)
  • Hometown Story, Rising Star Games – £7.49 (€7.49) until 25th August 2016, normally £29.99 (€29.99)
  • Jewel Match 3, Joindots – £2.89 (€3.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £4.99 (€6.99)
  • League of Heroes, Gamelion – £1.79 (€1.99) until 1st September 2016, normally £3.59 (€3.99)
  • Mega Man Legacy Collection, Capcom – £7.99 (€9.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £11.99 (€14.99)
  • Monster Shooter, Gamelion – £1.60 (€1.99) until 1st September 2016, normally £3.20 (€4)
  • Pazuru, Joindots – £2.99 (€4.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £3.99 (€5.99)
  • Petit Novel series – Harvest December, CIRCLE Entertainment – £6.39 (€7.99) until 1st September 2016, normally £9.19 (€11.99)
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy, Capcom – £12.49 (€14.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £24.99 (€29.99)
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies, Capcom – £7.99 (€9.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £19.99 (€24.99)
  • Pick-A-Gem, Gamelion – £1.29 (€1.49) until 1st September 2016, normally £2.79 (€2.99)
  • PIX3D, Gamelion – £1.79 (€1.99) until 1st September 2016, normally £3.59 (€3.99)
  • Rage of the Gladiator, Gamelion – £3.09 (€3.49) until 1st September 2016, normally £6.29 (€6.99)
  • Real Heroes: Firefighter 3D Download Version, Zordix AB – £4.49 (€4.99) until 18th August 2016, normally £8.99 (€9.99)
  • Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, Capcom – £3.59 (€3.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £8.99 (€9.99)
  • Resident Evil Revelations, Capcom – £7.49 (€8.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £24.99 (€29.99)
  • Return to PopoloCrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale, Marvelous – £19.99 (€22.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £29.99 (€34.99)
  • Sadame, Rising Star Games – £6.49 (€7.49) until 25th August 2016, normally £12.99 (€14.99)
  • Shifting World, Rising Star Games – £4.49 (€4.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £17.99 (€19.99)
  • SpeedX 3D, Gamelion – £1.29 (€1.49) until 1st September 2016, normally £2.69 (€2.99)
  • SpeedX 3D Hyper Edition, Gamelion – £0.89 (€0.99) until 1st September 2016, normally £1.79 (€1.99)
  • Super Street Fighter IV 3D, Capcom – £7.19 (€7.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £17.99 (€19.99)
  • Sweet Memories Blackjack, CIRCLE Entertainment – £2.39 (€2.99) until 1st September 2016, normally £3.19 (€3.99)
  • Undead Bowling, Joindots – £2.13 (€2.99) until 25th August 2016, normally £4.99 (€6.99)
  • Virtue’s Last Reward, Rising Star Games – £9.99 (€12.49) until 25th August 2016, normally £19.99 (€24.99)

 

Virtual Console (Wii U)

 

  • Super Paper Mario (Wii), Nintendo – £17.99 (€19.99)

 

The planet’s favourite moustachio’d hero returns in the third Paper Mario game, bringing a different perspective to the series as he calls on old friends – and foes – to help him tackle a mysterious enemy from a bizarre parallel universe. Lead Mario in his quest to overthrow the evil Count Bleck before he succeeds in creating a Chaos Heart and bringing about the end of the world as we know it, playing as Luigi, Princess Peach and Bowser along the way as you free them from captivity. With the Wii Remote held sideways like the traditional NES controller, Mario’s quest starts off as a classic platform adventure – but appearances can be deceiving! With a press of the A Button, your perspective on the world changes from 2D to 3D, and the seemingly flat worlds gain hidden depth, with plenty of secrets to be discovered. An involving mixture of RPG and platform elements, Super Paper Mario offers a huge adventure spread over eight eye-catching environments with something new to discover around every corner. Enlist the aid of Pixl sidekicks along your path to gain special skills. By pointing the Wii Remote at the screen for example, you can get secret information and reveal hidden objects along the way!

Wii U Download Software

 

  • 360 Breakout, nuGAME – £6 (€7)

 

360 Breakout is a breakout game out of the ordinary. Offers single player, two player co-op and two player VS mode. Supports off-TV Play mode.

 

  • Frankenstein – Master of Death, Joindots – £5.99 (€7.99)

 

Victor Frankenstein, an old friend and a brilliant scientist has managed to resurrect the dead! However, the border between life and death is fragile and Victor has learned the hard way that this balance should not be tempered with… Face terrible monsters, overcome obstacles and solve clues. Save unhappy creatures from being a victim of an extremely inhuman experiment and stop the baron Igor. Help restore the course of nature and save Victor and his wife, Elizabeth! Solve perplexing puzzles and explore colourful locations in Dracula’s Legacy.

 

  • Mortar Melon, Nitrolic Games – £4.49 (€5)

 

Drag the mortar, aim, and fling the melon to collect the fruit! Whizzing through the air you’ll fly across the world, tapping and dragging your environment to release the juicy goods! Look out for pointy objects or you’ll explode on impact, sending melony chunks and pips flying! It’s a crazy, fruity, physics machine – launching its way onto the Wii U!

 

  • Plenty of Fishies, Nitrolic Games – £4.49 (€5)

 

Exclusive to the Wii U; Plenty Of Fishies is a game that challenges you to get the best score possible in several different game modes, mainly by eating smaller fish as you get bigger. With several multiplayer options and single player, the amount of fun to be had is almost endless. Each level has its own goals, and each mode is different in many ways. With online leaderboards, challenge yourself with other people’s scores from all over the world!

Virtual Console (New Nintendo 3DS)

 

  • Mega Man X2 (SNES), Capcom – £3.59 (€3.99) if you own Mega Man X3 until 25th August 2016, normally £7.19 (€7.99)

 

In the action classic Mega Man X2, X must lead a fight against a new threat: Maverick Reploid rebels known as X-Hunters, plus eight new and deadlier Mavericks! Fortunately, Dr Light has supplied state of the art upgrades. Seek out the capsules to equip X with a Double Charge Shot, Body Armour and more. X can also ride in vehicles like the Mobile Attack Armour and Mobile Attack Cycle. And of course, X can use the abilities of defeated Mavericks, to turn the enemies’ weapons against them!

 

  • Mega Man X3 (SNES), Capcom – £3.59 (€3.99) if you own Mega Man X2 until 25th August 2016, normally £7.19 (€7.99)

 

Just when it seemed like a cure for the Reploids had been found, suddenly the once-peaceful robots are turning back into rogue Mavericks. As Maverick Hunters, Mega Man X and Zero spring into action. Mega Man X3 is the final chapter of the series on Super Nintendo. Play as Mega Man X or, for the first time, as Zero who has even more powerful weaponry. In addition to the classic run-and-gun gameplay, collect armour and new Enhancement Chips to upgrade your abilities further. Do you have the skills to fight this latest outbreak?

3DS Download Software

 

  • Ambition of the Slimes, CIRCLE Entertainment – £4.79 (€5)

 

Ambition of the Slimes is a turn-based strategy RPG that controls the slime to battle. The slimes are very weak but they can take over enemy units and manipulate them to battle. Different kinds of slimes have their own abilities, you have to choose the proper slime to take over the enemy and consider how to battle.

Many tactics can be used in battle and your choice is the key to victory. Try another one if you cannot defeat your enemy because the slimes are too weak to battle by themselves.

 

  • Doll Fashion Atelier, Teyon – £4.49 (€4.99)

 

Follow your infinite imagination and sense of fashion to create one-of-a-kind stylish dolls! Choose a doll from 5 different themes: Pretty, Gothic, Victorian, Princess or Antique, and dress it up in stunning clothing pieces! There are over 600 items available, including clothes, shoes, accessories, hairstyles, make-ups and more! Add a frame and a background, draw a doodle and take a photo with a camera on your Nintendo 3DS. Show your doll collections by creating albums and saving them to your SD card or sharing them on Miiverse.

3DS Download Demo

 

  • Disney Art Academy, Nintendo – Free

 

Learn to draw dozens of Disney and Pixar Characters in Disney Art Academy! You can use a wide variety of tools to learn to draw more than 80 Disney and Pixar characters in 2D. By setting your own pace through multiple easy-to-follow lessons, characters like Mickey Mouse, Nemo from Finding Nemo, Elsa from Frozen, Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story and Simba from The Lion King come to life on your Nintendo 3DS!

 

  • Undead Bowling, Joindots – Free

 

Welcome to Undead Bowling! Prevent hordes of blood-thirsty zombies from sinking their rotten teeth into your flesh by mowing them down with a cannon bowling ball! Turn on stereoscopic 3D for extra impact to make this the best zombie bowling experience you can get, until the world is overrun by zombies and someone opens a bowling alley. It’s sometime in the future and zombies have overrun the earth. The pins at the local bowling alley have been eaten so the owner has rounded up a good supply of zombies to use
instead. Throw cannon bowling balls along the bowling lane filled with zombies to flatten as many as you can. Make use of three different types of bowling balls including a cannon bowling ball, a Hell Fire bowling ball and the devastating Mince Grinder, that tears through everything on the lane. Use the Circle Pad to steer your bowling ball into the zombies that crowd the lane, squashing as many as you can and preventing them from eating you alive!

3DS HOME Menu Theme

 

  • Animal Crossing: Summer Fun, Nintendo – £1.79 (€1.99)

 

A summery Animal Crossing theme. Scroll the Touch Screen to watch the characters swim – can you spot Mr. Resetti?

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9 comments

    1. I think it’s a really good game; it’s not really like Thousand-Year Door at all, if you’ve played, but it has got a REALLY good story and a lot of fun and interesting gameplay! It’s nothing at all like Sticker Star, so you don’t have to worry about that :)

      1. I’ve only Played the N64 one through Wii U Virtual Console and I love it. If you had to Order all 4 Paper Mario Games in order of Best-Worst, where would SPM Fit in?

        1. Ah alright, that’s a good start! :D
          Hmm, good question!
          In my opinion The Thousand-Year Door is the best one. It does have a small dose of bandwagon-hype on the internet currently; because it is not impeccable, and it can be a bit slow in certain parts. It’s still nr 1 though!
          The N64 game and Super Paper Mario are almost tied in second, because they are good for such opposite reasons. PM64 is of course a classic, it has the beloved partner system in place (as it founded it), and I love the world that it paints and it is a very memorable experience to me.
          On a very close third place is Super Paper Mario is not your standard Paper Mario -game, but it does some things very right! The story is truly amazing in my opinion, the chapters are very interesting and varying (not that this is usually anything that the Paper Mario series has struggled with in earlier years, but still). It is a little strange to have a different battle system and a different kind of literally ‘item-like’ partners, but it doesn’t ruin the game for me!
          4th place is probably Mario RPG: Legend of 7 Stars, if I’m allowed to have it on the list; it is just really quirky game and since it preceded Paper Mario, it is interesting to see what came before!
          5 isn’t yet, but probably will be Color Splash, as it seem to be correcting a few things that my 6th place did bad.
          6th is of course Sticker Star, but don’t get me wrong I don’t hate the game outright; I’ll even admit it was funny at times. I just think that it’s not a kind of Paper Mario game that anyone wanted, in fact if it was a Kirby -game I don’t think anyone would have had much of a problem with it at all, except the horrible backtracking.

          Hope you don’t mind the long comment, but I hope it helped :D

    2. It’s a great game. Sadly, I have a theory it’s because of that game selling & getting so much praise back in the day that indirectly led them to giving us Sticker Star & Color Splash because they thought they could get away with stripping future Paper Mario games of partners and RPG elements.

    3. Absolutely recommend it.

      Super Paper Mario, while a bit flawed, is a very well done game. The story is probably one of the best in Mario, the 2D-3D shifting is creative and a lot of fun, the script will make you laugh many times, and the music is very good too.

  1. ||If you want the last true Paper Mario game then go on ahead…||

  2. I was going to borrow SPM from my father (the copy I played all those years ago), but I might just purchase the VC version. Having it on the Wii U OS, digital version, not having to return it. Just seems simpler.

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