Nintendo Download Highlights: 05.25.2017

Street Fighter! Disgaea! Magikarp! More!

By Robert Marrujo. Posted 05/26/2017 12:00 Comment on this     ShareThis

It’s another mildly busy week for the eShops, with Switch seeing the bulk of the action. Buckle in as we dive into this week’s digital offerings!

Switch eShop

Disgaea 5 Complete – $59.99—For the first time since the series was on DS way back in 2008, Disgaea is on a Nintendo console. Disgaea 5 Complete offers great visuals, strategy RPG gameplay, and all of the DLC that was released on PlayStation 4 thus far. It’s a great value and wonderful way for Nintendo fans to get to know the series.

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers – $39.99—Street Fighter II is a genuine piece of video game history, ushering in the genre of fighting games as we know them today, and it’s been reworked and polished for its latest release, this time on Switch. It offers HD visuals, online play, and the ability to switch (heh) between old school and modern visuals and music. Plus, first-person hadoukens!

ACA NeoGeo The King of Fighters ’99 – $7.99—The latest installment of Hamster’s excellent NeoGeo remasters has arrived in the form of The King of Fighters ’99. A new roster and moves to master await, with all the extra flourishes that the ACA line is known for, be sure to add to your collection of NeoGeo classics!

Wii U eShop

The Girl and the Robot – $9.99—This was a cool looking project back when it was seeking crowd funding via Kickstarter; a third-person adventure featuring a girl and a friendly robot! This is apparently the first installment in a series of fairytales which sees a young girl escaping the castle of an evil queen, with robot able to be piloted remotely. Wii U is obviously on its way out the door, but don’t let that stop you from checking out the plethora of indie games that the system is home to!


Magikarp Jump – Free-to-Start With In-App Purchases—What was that? This is the Magikarp game you’ve been waiting your whole life for? Oh, wait… it isn’t. That doesn’t mean it isn’t fun though! Developed by the Pokémon Company, Jump stars the infamously weak Pocket Monster as you train it to jump higher and higher. Compare high scores with friends and take advantage of in-app purchases for a number of cosmetic upgrades and shorted training times. Odd, surely, but fascinating nonetheless. Considering it’s free, give it a look and see if the title is worth your time!

That’s all for this week! What will you be checking out? Say what in the comments!

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