Nintendo Download: 12.12.2013

Double dip on Double Dragon.

By Andy Hoover. Posted 12/12/2013 13:00 2 Comments     ShareThis

Nintendo has once again updated its online platforms with a slew of new content ready and willing to consume your money and bandwidth.

3DS is seeing the largest selection of releases this. Sega has added more titles to its line of 3D remasters with 3D Ecco the Dolphin and 3D Galaxy Force II, both for $5.99. Younger and perhaps more feminine gamers might be fans of two of this week’s other releases, as I’m quite certain Life with Horses 3D ($29.99) and My Style Studio: Hair Salon ($4.99) were not developed to appeal to the stereotype of the “hardcore” gamer– or maybe I’m just judging a book by its cover.  Back on the more traditional side of things, we also have Jump Trials Supreme ($3.99) and a Virtual Console version of class brawler Double Dragon ($4.99). Smart shoppers will be glad to hear that demos are being released for Aeternoblade and Nano Assault EX, with the retail version of the later also receiving a price cut from $14.99 to $9.99.

DSiWare is getting one release this week as well. Orion’s Odyssey is a new puzzle game from the developers of Hands On! Tangrams and will set you back 500 Nintendo Points.

Wii U’s eShop is only getting two new items this week, the first of which is RUSH ($1.99), a puzzle game from Toki Tori developer Two Tribes that has nothing to do with the Formula One rivalry between Niki Lauda and James Hunt or the Canadian prog-rock trio. The last release for this week is once again Double Dragon ($4.99), only on Wii U’s Virtual Console this time.

I imagine Double Dragon fans will be happy this week.

Source: Nintendo

2 Responses to “Nintendo Download: 12.12.2013”

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    sambena@hotmail.com says...

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    sambena@hotmail.com says...

    I’m glad Nintendo is finally unifying their eshop, but I still don’t understand why I have to buy one copy of a game for one system and then have to re-buy that same game for another system.

    I long for the day when their eshop is more like steam where I can take my account to any computer and instantly have access to all my games.

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