Aussie Nintendo Download Updates (3/11) – November has come
Another week, another update!
We have 10 games on Switch this week, including Morphite, Super Beat Sports, Monopoly, and many more. The 3DS has Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon available for pre-purchase, as well!
Stay tuned for 3DS and Switch sales tomorrow morning- we’ll be updating this article with these every Friday morning from now on.
So what are you downloading this week?
Switch eShop Downloads
King Oddball (10tons) – $6.99
Monopoly for Nintendo Switch (Ubisoft) – $59.95
Monster Jam: Crush It! (Game Mill) – $60.00
Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers (Game Mill) – $60.00
Super Beat Sports (Harmonix) – $22.50
Morphite (Blowfish Studios) – $22.50
ACA NEOGEO ART OF FIGHTING 3 (HAMSTER) – $10.50
Wheels of Aurelia (MixedBag) – $14.99
Chess Ultra (Ripstone Publishing) – $16.65
Sparkle 2 EVO (Forever Entertainment) – $7.50
Switch eShop Special Offers
Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas (FDG Entertainment) – $14.99, was $19.99
3DS Retail Downloads
Kirby Battle Royale (Nintendo) – $59.95
Pokemon Ultra Sun (The Pokemon Company) – $59.95 (Pre-purchase)
Pokemon Ultra Moon (The Pokemon Company) – $59.95 (Pre-purchase)
New 3DS eShop Downloads
GALAXY BLASTER CODE RED (RCMADIAX) – $2.25
3DS eShop Downloads
Creeping Terror (Aksys Games) – $13.50
Frutakia 2 (Crazysoft) – $5.85
Phil’s Epic Fill-a-Pix Adventure (Lightwood Games) – $9.99
3DS Add-On Content
Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond The Myth: New Explorers 6 (Koch Media) – Price TBD
Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond The Myth: FM Synth Arranged Sounds (Koch Media) – Price TBD
Culdcept Revolt – Bypass (NIS America) – Free
3DS eShop Special Offers
Ambition of the Slimes (CIRCLE Entertainment) – 40% off until 16/11
Puzzle Labyrinth (CIRCLE Entertainment) – 40% off until 16/11
GUIDE THE GHOST (RCMADIAX) – 33% off until 9/11
As the Wii U approaches the end of its life we’ve decided that we’re no longer going to update you on on sales happening on the Wii U each week. Every two weeks the same games go on rotational sale and it’s impossible to keep track of them all with the lack of a real web based eShop (and the fact that we don’t get told by Nintendo what is and isn’t on sale).
The only exceptions to this will be publisher sales when there’s a branded marketing event, or when Nintendo themselves drop the price on their own games or the games they publish. There’s no more games coming to the Wii U eShop, the sales are just going to keep rotating in and out every week and we’re not staying up until 1am anymore to do so.
The Switch and the 3DS will remain are primary focus of these update articles going forward.