Nintendo Download 11.07.2013

Wii Sports Club is the main attraction of this week.

By Anthony Vigna. Posted 11/07/2013 12:00 Comment on this     ShareThis

Ready for some virtual sports? Wii Sports Club has finally hit the Wii U eShop, containing HD remakes of the immensely popular Wii Tennis and Wii Bowling. You can try them out in a 24-hour free trial, and once the trial runs out, you can buy either a day pass for both sports at $1.99, or an unlimited club pass for a single sport at $9.99. The remakes of baseball, golf, and boxing will be launched at a later date.

Toki Tori, the first of the three Two Tribes classics to arrive on the Wii U, is also available on the eShop, boasting HD graphics and additional content from the PC version of the game. The renowned puzzle game is currently on sale for $1.99 until December 6, so now’s the perfect chance to pick it up if you’ve never played any of the game’s previous iterations.

Speaking of puzzle games, Wario’s Woods is available on both Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. It’s a relatively unknown NES game that definitely deserves a little more spotlight, as I remember having a lot of fun playing through it when I first discovered it in the original Animal Crossing.

Also, in a surprising turn of events, Kid Icarus: Uprising is available on the 3DS eShop as a digital download. It’s been a long time since the game was first released, but I guess it’s better late than never! You can grab the digital copy for $34.99.

There’s quite a bit from third party developers as well on 3DS, such as 4 elements, Crazy Chicken: Director’s Cut (also on DSi), Luxor, My Baby Pet Hotel 3D, Secret Agent Files: Miami, and even a music synthesizer called KORG M01D.

Atlus also has both Code of Princess and Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan for $10 dollars off, starting November 11 and ending November 18.

That’s it for this week! Personally, I might be tempted to jump on the Etrian Odyssey IV sale, as I enjoyed what I played from the demo quite a bit. Does anything from this list particularly interest you? Let us know in the comments!

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