Nintendo Download Updates: Splash and Burn

by Daniel VuckovicMarch 1, 2013

After the explosion of content last week this weeks updates are rather a bit more subdued.

However if you’re a Wii owner you’ll be happy to know there’s something new for you. It may be the last WiiWare title we see!

3DS eShop

Something old and something new this week on the 3DS. First up the interesting title that is Splash or Crash. It sees you dropping a variety of items down a never ending well to see far you can go. Donuts, spikes and cannons will attempt to stop you however. For the price it’ll be one for the impulse buyers.

Last but not least is the Gameboy Version of Pac-Man, I’m not sure how the port is but if its like most arcade games on the Gameboy… might be worth to avoid this one.
[eShop Game] Splash or Crash – $3.90
[Virtual Console] PAC-MAN – $6.50

Wii U eShop

Yup… expensive.

[Wii U Retail] Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two – $79.95


Possibly the last WiiWare game you’ll every possibly want to buy, or be able to buy.

[WiiWare] Reel Fishing Ocean Challenge – 500 Points


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  • Burak H
    March 1, 2013 at 6:39 pm

    It’s actually the NES version of Pac-Man, which is superior to the GB version in almost every way (colours, being afforded a full view of the playing field etc.). It also includes multiplayer mode, though I haven’t heard any confirmation as to whether or not download play is supported (which would definitely sell me on this version). Incidentally, the NES version costs only 50c over the shoddy GB port.

    • Someone
      March 2, 2013 at 4:20 pm

      The Game Boy version has an option to view the entire playing field. Also, based on the video I saw of the NES version, the GB one has better sound and more detailed graphics. Not sure why you’d call the GB port ‘shoddy’; if it was in colour it would be the superior version in every way.

  • laharl1313
    March 1, 2013 at 8:23 pm

    I don’t suppose retro city rampage will ever see an Aussie Wiiware release?

    • blaze0041
      March 3, 2013 at 12:02 pm

      Afraid not, and it’s mainly because classification is prohibitively expensive here for indies. The only ways to buy RCR here are PC and PSVita (The Vita is apparently classified as a mobile device, so it can adopt the PEGI rating. For home consoles on the other hand…)

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