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Europe: Nintendo Downloads For September 22nd 2016

Wondering which titles are available for you to download from the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShop this week? Well, Nintendo Europe has announced the new releases along with the various special offers available on its two current platforms. It is admittedly a quiet week but there should be something for you!

Special Offers (Wii U)

 

  • 3Souls, Red Column – £2.40 (€2.70) until 29th September 2016, normally £3.20 (€3.60)
  • Frankenstein – Master of Death, Joindots – £5.39 (€7.19) until 7th October 2016, normally £5.99 (€7.99)
  • Grand Prix Rock ‘N Racing, EnjoyUp Games – £4.45 (€4.95) for users who downloaded Rock’n Racing Off Road or Rock’n Racing Off Road DX on the same Wii U. Normally £7.19 (€7.99)
  • Joe’s Diner, Joindots – £3.75 (€4.99) until 7th October 2016, normally £5.99 (€7.99)
  • Paranautical Activity, Digerati – £3.99 (€4.99) until 6th October 2016, normally £8.99 (€9.99)
  • Stone Shire, Finger Gun Games – £1.39 (€1.49) until 13th October 2016, normally £1.79 (€1.99)
  • Suspension Railroad Simulator, Joindots – £4.79 (€6.39) until 7th October 2016, normally £5.99 (€7.99)
  • Word Party, Lightwood Games – £7.49 (€7.99) until 6th October 2016, normally £14.99 (€15.99)

 

Special Offers (3DS)

 

  • Dan McFox: Head Hunter, Lightwood Games – £1.49 (€1.99) until 29th September 2016, normally £1.99 (€2.49)
  • Fantasy Pirates, EnjoyUp Games – £0.99 (€0.99) until 20th October 2016, normally £4.50 (€4.50)
  • Funfair Party Games, Joindots – £3.69 (€4.99) until 7th October 2016, normally £4.99 (€6.99)
  • Jewel Match 3, Joindots – £2.85 (€3.99) until 7th October 2016, normally £4.99 (€6.99)
  • Pazuru, Joindots – £2.99 (€4.49) until 7th October 2016, normally £3.99 (€5.99)
  • Real Heroes: Firefighter 3D Download Version, Zordix AB – £4.49 (€4.99) until 29th September 2016, normally £8.99 (€9.99)
  • RV-7 My Drone, EnjoyUp Games – £1.99 (€1.99) until 20th October 2016, normally £2.99 (€2.99)
  • Toys vs Monsters, EnjoyUp Games – £0.99 (€0.99) until 20th October 2016, normally £3.99 (€3.99)
  • Van Helsing Sniper ZX100, EnjoyUp Games – £2.99 (€2.99) until 20th October 2016, normally £6.66 (€6.66)

 

Wii U Add-On Content

 

  • Minecraft: Wii U Edition: Minecon 2016 Skin Pack, Mojang – Free

 

Wii U Download Software

 

  • Double Breakout, nuGAME – £6 (€7)

 

Double Breakout is a breakout game for one or two players combining game mechanics from a traditional breakout game and a pong game. Play against the computer opponent aiming for a high score or compete against a friend through 20 exciting levels. Supports Off-TV Play mode.

 

  • Dreamals: Dream Quest, Xiness – £8.99 (€9.99)

 

There is a world of dreams called Dreamland, where anyone can have their wishes granted. Three wounded and homeless animals happened to enter Dreamland. Will they be able to find the lost treasures of Dreamland and save the world? And will their wishes to regain their health and go back home safely come true?

 

  • Laser Blaster, Petite Games – £1.79 (€1.99)

 

Commander please save the planet! Protect your planet from waves of enemy lasers coming from the sky. Touch the Wii U GamePad screen to launch missiles and shoot the lasers down before they reach the surface. Buy upgrades from the upgrade shop to have faster and more powerful rockets. Earn the highest score possible before they destroy your last launcher station. Commander you are our last hope!

 

  • Mahjong, Sanuk Games – £4.49 (€4.99)

 

Play a Zen game! Rediscover the famous traditional Chinese game. Find all the matching pairs of tiles, being careful not to become blocked in, to get to the end of each level. Concentration and perceptiveness are needed to finish the gorgeous boards that we have produced for you.

 

  • Noitu Love: Devolution, MP2 Games – £6.99 (€7.99) until 29th September 2016, normally £7.99 (€8.99)

 

Cross-buy offer: Users who downloaded the Wii U version, can purchase the Nintendo 3DS version for just £3.99 (€4.49) using the same Nintendo Network ID.

Xoda Rap – the new Peacekeepers prodigy –has to protect the city from the onslaught of the evil Darn horde, thought to have been vanquished a hundred years ago! But this time, they bring with them more than just their grins, as the city is bending and deforming into different times and places! What could be going on?

 

  • Severed, Drinkbox Studios – £10.79 (€13.49) until 29th September 2016, normally £11.99 (€14.99)

 

Cross-buy offer: Users who downloaded the Wii U version can download the Nintendo 3DS version for free using the same Nintendo Network ID.

Take control of a one-armed warrior named Sasha, wielding a living sword on her journey through a nightmare world in search of her family. Swipe-based touch controls will let you solve puzzles, find secrets, and do battle with a host of disturbing monsters. As the journey goes on, you’ll unlock new abilities, ascend an RPG-style upgrade tree, and tease apart the mysteries of the dark fantasy universe Sasha finds herself in.

 

  • Titans Tower, RCMADIAX – £1.39 (€1.49)

 

Climb the tower and grab the loot! In Titans Tower, jump the walls of the castle tower grabbing as much loot as you can. Many obstacles will stand in your way, but the reward is very big. Catch power-ups along the way to enhance your journey while capturing a high score!

3DS Download Software

 

  • Noitu Love: Devolution, MP2 Games – £6.99 (€7.99) until 29th September 2016, normally £7.99 (€8.99)

 

Cross-buy offer: Users who downloaded the Nintendo 3DS version, can purchase the Wii U version for just £3.99 (€4.49) using the same Nintendo Network ID.

Xoda Rap – the new Peacekeepers prodigy –has to protect the city from the onslaught of the evil Darn horde, thought to have been vanquished a hundred years ago! But this time, they bring with them more than just their grins, as the city is bending and deforming into different times and places! What could be going on?

 

  • Polara, CIRCLE Entertainment – £4.99 (€5)

 

Polara is an action game that controls the protagonist Lara, who can change the colour of her defence suit to run throughout the whole city with the defensive system. By corresponding the suit colour with the defensive system’s attacks, you can pass through it safely. Otherwise, you will be defeated if the colour is different. The only thing you can do is “”Jump”” and “”Change””. But simple doesn’t mean it’ll be easy. It’s the new elemental speed run action that will be a challenge.

 

  • Severed, Drinkbox Studios – £10.79 (€13.49) until 29th September 2016, normally £11.99 (€14.99)

 

Cross-buy offer: Users who downloaded the Nintendo 3DS version can download the Wii U version for free using the same Nintendo Network ID.

Take control of a one-armed warrior named Sasha, wielding a living sword on her journey through a nightmare world in search of her family. Swipe-based touch controls will let you solve puzzles, find secrets, and do battle with a host of disturbing monsters. As the journey goes on, you’ll unlock new abilities, ascend an RPG-style upgrade tree, and tease apart the mysteries of the dark fantasy universe Sasha finds herself in.

3DS HOME Menu Themes

 

  • Ashley’s Recipe, Nintendo – £1.79 (€1.99)

 

Ashley the witch looks cool and collected as she prepares to make a super spooky soup. The Touch Screen shows the ingredients.

 

  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Spirit of Justice – Apollo Justice: Asinine , Capcom – £3.59 (€3.99)

 

Download this add-on content and get the HOME menu theme Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice Apollo Justice Pixel Art for free.

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5 comments

  1. Severed is a really great game. I’ve played it on iPad and it’s amazing. Looks awesome, has a super interesting concept of gameplay and I’m wondering how it plays on Wii U (and 3DS!). However, on iPad, it costs half the price.

    I don’t get why mobile games usually are double the price (or even more!) when they are ported to consoles. I’d take console versions of anything I play on my smartphone if they were more reasonably priced.

    1. That sort of thing puzzled me too, but I have some theories:

      It’s possible that they purposely under-price the mobile version due to the “race-to-the-bottom” mentality that the industry puts on these developers. However, the console market’s mentality over that looks to be limited in that regard, so the developers can charge their game at the price that they originally intended to charge it at.

      I don’t know about Severed (I might check it out), but there’s always the “exclusive features on consoles + more developer time/cost = higher cost on consoles” thing.

      Another theory that I just thought of while typing up the previous paragraph is they may feel that the console versions would give them less sales than the mobile versions and so they raise the price to offset the imbalance a little. So… in a small sense, it’s a supply-and-demand thing.

  2. Still nothing too fancy pretty dissapointed with the new additions to the eshop. Well gives me more time for my samus cosplay

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