Nintendo Download Highlights: 04.21.2016

Star Fox, Mario Party, and Fire Emblem DLC headline this week’s batch of downloadables.

By Anthony Pelone. Posted 04/21/2016 13:00 Comment on this     ShareThis

Another week, another round of Nintendo eShop downloads! Once again, we’ve selected the most notable releases for the week, including two Star Fox games, a Mario Party re-release, and more DLC for Fire Emblem Fates! Check out the goodies below!


Wii eShop

  • Star Fox Zero – $49.99 – The latest console Star Fox is finally here! Join Fox McCloud and the rest of the Star Fox team as they once again take on the evil Andross in their Arwings. This new entry in the space shooter series uses the GamePad for new gyroscope controls and vehicles, such as the GyroWing. A buddy can join in via joint controls for the campaign, and the game features up to 20 separate missions. Releasing tomorrow, the game also comes included in a bundle with Star Fox Guard for $60.00.
  • Star Fox Guard -$14.99- Finally, a Star Fox spin-off featuring Slippy Toad! Joined with his Uncle Grippy, the toady duo engage in tower defense antics involving diabolical robots.  The game features 100 missions and an editor mode, where players can create and share levels online.

Wii U Virtual Console

  • Mario Party DS -$9.99- Who isn’t up for a dual-screen Mario Party? Released in 2007, Mario and friends once more traverse across game boards and compete in 74 different mini-games. This entry hosts a Puzzle Mode featuring puzzles from earlier Mario Party games, such as “Piece Out” from Mario Party 5. Releases today!

Downloadable Content

  • Fire Emblem Fates -New DLC Map: Witches’ Trial– Guess what, Fire Emblem superfans? The Japan-only Fire Emblem Gaiden gets some representation as this DLC map! Taking place on Fear Mountain, Corrin and the others take on witches just like the source game! If you’re up to the challenge, it costs only $1.99.
  • Fire Emblem Fates -Map Pack 1- If you haven’t purchased any of the Fire Emblem Fates DLC maps, you can nab them in this pack for $17.99.  By themselves, they amount to roughly $24.99, so that’s a steal!

Source: Nintendo

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