Aussie Nintendo Download Updates (15/9) – Rayman Returns

by Troy WassenaarSeptember 14, 2017

Another beefy week for the Switch this week! 10 new releases, and a demo! Rayman Legends is probably the standout this week, why not read a review if you’re on the fence? There’s also some great indie titles this week, so take the time to browse through the new releases!

The 3DS, however, has the return of Samus! The Metroid II remake is finally here for download this Saturday! We have a review over here, aren’t we great for that? You can also pre-purchase the original Johto Pokemon games, Gold and Silver versions, ahead of their release next week!

And of course, 3DS and Wii U have a hefty list of sales- Wii U actually doesn’t have anything new this week at all! But enough about me, what about you? What are you grabbing this week? Let us know in the comments below! (Bonus points if you find the hidden Luigi in the header image!)

Switch eShop Downloads

 NBA 2K18 (Take-Two Interactive) – $99.95
 NBA 2K18 Legend Edition (Take-Two Interactive) – $139.95
 Beach Buggy Racing (Vector Unit) – $14.99
 Kingdom: New Lands (Raw Fury) – $22.50
 Semispheres (Vivid Helix) – $14.99
 Quest of Dungeons (Upfall Studios) – $13.50
 36 Fragments of Midnight (Ratalaika Games) – $4.50
 Robonauts (QubicGames) – $22.50
PAN-PAN A tiny big adventure (CIRCLE Ent.) – $8.85

Switch Demo Software

 Project Octopath Traveler (Nintendo) – Free

3DS eShop Downloads

 Metroid: Samus Returns (Nintendo) – $59.95

3DS Virtual Console

 Pokemon Gold Version (Game Boy Color, Nintendo) – $13.00 (Pre-purchase for 22/9 release)
 Pokemon Silver Version (Game Boy Color, Nintendo) – $13.00 (Pre-purchase for 22/9 release)

3DS eShop Special Offers

 Severed (DrinkBox Studios) – 50% off until 21/9
 Cursed Castilla (Abylight) – 17% off until 21/9
 Chain Blaster (Joindots) – 50% off until 21/9
 Crazy Construction (Joindots) – 50% off until 21/9
 Aqua Moto Racing 3D (Zordix) – 25% off until 21/9
 Jump Trials Supreme (Joindots) – 50% off until 21/9
 Alien on the run (Joindots) – 50% off until 21/9
 Undead Bowling (Joindots) – 50% off until 21/9
 Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition (DIGITAL LOUNGE) – 80% off until 21/9
 Super Destronaut (Petite Games) – 20% off until 28/9
 Kutar Tube Rider (CIRCLE Ent.) – 30% off until 28/9
 Kutar Jump Rope (CIRCLE Ent.) – 30% off until 28/9
 Kutar Concert Staff (CIRCLE Ent.) – 30% off until 28/9
 Kutar Quiz (CIRCLE Ent.) – 30% off until 28/9
 Kutar Magic Ball (CIRCLE Ent.) – 30% off until 28/9
 Art of Balance TOUCH! (Shin’en Multimedia) – 25% off until 5/10

Wii U eShop Special Offers

 Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition (DIGITAL LOUNGE) – 80% off until 21/9
 Maze Break (nuGAME) – 30% off until 28/9
 SDK Paint (HULLBREACH STUDIOS) – 30% off until 28/9
 SDK Spriter (HULLBREACH STUDIOS) – 30% off until 28/9
 Toon Tanks (Petite Games) – 20% off until 28/9
 Asdivine Hearts (KEMCO) – 50% off until 28/9
 Defense Dome (HULLBREACH STUDIOS) – 50% off until 28/9
 Epic Dumpster Bear (Log Games) – 40% off until 4/10
 Absolutely Unstoppable MineRun (Yappa Pie) – 45% off until 5/10
 Ohayou! Beginner’s Japanese (Finger Gun Games) – 10% off until 5/10
 Pinball Breakout (nuGAME) – 30% off until 12/10
 STEEL RIVALS (nuGAME) – 30% off until 12/10

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Troy Wassenaar
The Vooks eShop guy. Long time Nintendo fan, addicted to Mario Kart.
  • Silly G
    September 14, 2017 at 11:01 pm

    I find it odd that NBA 2K18 Legend Gold edition is absent from the Aussie eShop. I get why they wouldn’t sell the retail edition here, but to withhold the eShop release makes no sense whatsoever.

    • September 16, 2017 at 10:55 pm

      We believe this to be related to the eShop wallet having a max limit- Canada had an issue where they couldn’t buy it because it was more than the max wallet amount. We’ll let you know if things change!

  • Henry Winkler
    September 15, 2017 at 11:35 am

    Quest of Dungeons, not quest of dragons

  • Takoyaki
    September 16, 2017 at 9:34 pm

    Next time, can you also show all eshop sales for Japan and US? I am sure they would get sales that we don’t, we have a lot of experience with this especially on 3ds sales.

    • September 16, 2017 at 10:52 pm

      Hi there! Vooks is an Australian based Nintendo news and community site, so our weekly eShop updates are based on the Australian eShops. We do this manually- we don’t get any PR email from Nintendo like other regions! We do quite often miss out on sales that other regions have, so we just try to report on what we *do* get. Sorry!

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