Nintendo Download: 07.23.2015

The Binding of Isaac makes its long-awaited eShop debut this week!

By Anthony Pelone. Posted 07/23/2015 17:00 5 Comments     ShareThis

Last week may have been slow, but this week brings a trove of discounts and new releases! Be it finally experiencing The Binding of Isaac or getting reacquainted with DS’s DK: Jungle Climber on Wii U’s Virtual Console, Nintendo has plenty to offer on its online store this week!


Wii U eShop/Retail

  • The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth – $14.99
  • Canvaleon – $11.95
  • Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria – $9.99 (or free with 3DS eShop purchase)
  • Legend of Kay Anniversary – $24.99
  • The Quiet Collection – $4.99

Wii U Virtual Console

  • DK: Jungle Climber – $9.99

New Nintendo 3DS eShop

  • The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth – $14.99

3DS eShop/Retail

  • 3D Streets of Rage 2 – $5.99
  • Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria – $9.99 (or free with Wii U eShop purchase)
  • Fantasy Pirates – $0.99
  • Epic Word Search Collection– $7.99
  • I Love My Cats – $24.99


Wii U eShop

  • Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse – on discount from July 26 to August 2
  • Mighty Switch Force! 2 – on discount from July 26 to August 2
  • Midnight – $0.99 until August 6 (normally $1.99)

3DS eShop

  • Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse – on discount July 26 to August 2
  • Mighty Switch Force! 2 – on discount from July 26 to August 2
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker – $39.99 until July 27 (normally $49.99)
  • Real Heroes: Firefighter 3D – $4.99 until August 6 (normally $9.99)

Source: Nintendo

5 Responses to “Nintendo Download: 07.23.2015”

  • 0 points

    About time The Binding Of Isaac got put on a Nintendo system. Probably get that and am thinking of getting Legend Of Kay, after I see what’s been upgraded for this version. Already have it on PS2 and don’t want to fall into the $ony trap of endless remasters running at 1080P/60FPS. Who cares about all that? It’s like the bit wars back in the day. The Dragon Fantasy game looks interesting as well. Choices, choices.

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    Got the Dragon Fantasy games(s) but haven’t tried it yet, but I love these old school type games, much more challenging and imaginative than some newer ones. The Binding of Isaac is next on the list. However, which version? I’m leaning toward the Wii U one for the controller options and of course being able to play it on a bigger screen in HD. Too bad it’s not cross buy though. Will wait for a sale on whichever version I don’t get.

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    amishpyrate says...

    Binding of Isaac is kinda glitchy for 3ds. It’s fun and not unplayable bug I’ve encountered quite a few invisible bosses in the game. Hope they patch it up soon.

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    Well guess I’ll get it on Wii U. Was kind of leaning that way anyway. Can still lay in bed and play it on the gamepad, so that’s good enough for me.

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    Still haven’t decided on getting Binding of Isaac or not, but started playing the Dragon Fantasy game on 3DS last night, and 3 hrs later finally put it down. Very simple old-school RPG, but I’m having fun with it. The writing has a lot of gags, like when you see the option to buy leather armor. Says something like “strangely enough it comes with a red ball” or something like that. Yikes.

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