Nintendo Download Updates (11/12) – Wright place, Wright time

by Troy WassenaarDecember 11, 2014

It’s a big week of sales on both of the Nintendo consoles but the main attraction is definitely the addition of the Phoenix Wright Trilogy on the Nintendo 3DS.

It brings all of the original three Phoenix Wright titles back with new graphics and full 3D support. It’s pricy, but there’s a ton of gaming to be had in there.

The other game of note is Pokémon Pinball Ruby & Sapphire, as if you didn’t have enough Pokemon to play right now.

Anything for you then this week?


Wii U Virtual Console

ndu_wiiuvcbadge Pokémon Pinball Ruby & Sapphire (GBA, Nintendo, $9.10)


Zen Pinball 2 (Zen Studios)
ndu_wiiudlbadge South Park ($4.35)
ndu_wiiudlbadge Core Collection ($4.35)
ndu_wiiudlbadge Venom ($4.35)

Wii U eShop Sales

ndu_wiiubadge Barbie Dreamhouse Party (Little Orbit, $19.50 until 30/1, normally $49.99)
ndu_wiiubadge Monster High: 13 Wishes (Little Orbit, $19.50 until 30/1, normally $49.95)
ndu_wiiubadge Resident Evil Revelations (Capcom, $17.95 until 18/12, normally $59.95)

Wii U eShop Permanent Discounts

ndu_wiiubadge Ben 10 Omniverse 2 (Bandai Namco Games, $29.95)
ndu_wiiubadge Rise of the Guardians (Bandai Namco Games, $39.95, was $69.95)


3DS eShop

http://www.vooks.net/img/2013/04/ndu_3dsdlbadge.png Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy (Capcom, $44.95)
http://www.vooks.net/img/2013/04/ndu_3dsdlbadge.png Rune Factory 4 (XSEED Games, $49.95)
http://www.vooks.net/img/2013/04/ndu_3dsdlbadge.png Battleminer (Wobbly Tooth, $10.99)

3DS Retail Download

ndu_3dsbadge Hello Kitty Happy Happy Family (Bigben Interaction, $59.95)
ndu_3dsbadge I Love My Little Boy (Treva Entertainment, $39.95)
ndu_3dsbadge I Love My Little Girl (Treva Entertainment, $39.95)


Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth (NIS America)
http://www.vooks.net/img/2013/04/ndu_3dsdlbadge.png Navigation: Theodore ($TBC)
http://www.vooks.net/img/2013/04/ndu_3dsdlbadge.png Navigation: Elizabeth ($TBC)
http://www.vooks.net/img/2013/04/ndu_3dsdlbadge.png Navigation: Margaret ($TBC)

3DS eShop Sales

ndu_3dsbadge Barbie Dreamhouse Party (Little Orbit, $24.50 until 30/1, normally $49.00)
ndu_3dsbadge Barbie Groom and Glam Pups (Little Orbit, $24.95 until 30/1, normally $49.95)
ndu_3dsbadge Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars (Atlus, $24.95 until 25/12, normally $49.95)
ndu_3dsbadge Monster High: 13 Wishes (Little Orbit, $24.50 until 30/1, normally $49)
ndu_3dsbadge Monster High Skultimate Roller Maze (Little Orbit, $24.95 until 30/1, normally $49.95)
ndu_3dsbadge Resident Evil Revelations (Capcom, $16.80 until 18/12, normally $49.95)
ndu_3dsbadge Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D (Capcom, $5.20 until 18/12, normally $13)

3DS Permanent Discount

ndu_3dsbadge Ben 10 Omniverse 2 (Bandai Namco Games, $24.50, was $29.95)

3DS Themes

ndu_3dsbadge ACNL K.K. Slider at Club LOL (Nintendo, $2.60)
ndu_3dsbadge Mario Characters – Green Camouflage (Nintendo, $2.60)
ndu_3dsbadge Mario Characters – Blue Camo (Nintendo, $2.60)
ndu_3dsbadge Polka Dots – Yellow & White (Nintendo, $2.60)

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About The Author
Troy Wassenaar
The Vooks eShop guy. Long time Nintendo fan, addicted to Mario Kart.
  • Zidapi
    December 12, 2014 at 4:49 am

    Anybody know if Rune Factory 4 is getting a retail release? It was my understanding that the European release had been cancelled entirely.

  • The Raven
    December 12, 2014 at 9:57 am


    No retail release. The release was cancelled in January 2014 because Neverland went bankrupt.

    The eShop release from XSEED came out of the blue, basically. I think it was only announced that it was being released last week.

  • December 12, 2014 at 4:24 pm

    It’s great to see Zen Pinball 2 still being supported with DLC. It’s really fantastic.

    BTW, “bargains galore, no objections” made me chuckle. Well played.

  • Strand
    December 12, 2014 at 11:25 pm

    $45 for Phoenix Wright? Jeez. I held off buying the iOS Universal version for that and it’s $22 for the same content. Yeah, you get cleaned up visuals on the 3DS but it’s not worth double.

  • Fimbulvetr
    December 12, 2014 at 11:39 pm

    I, too- am disappoint.
    There’s no question about the value of the package for first-timers but for someone like me who wanted to replay it, $45 is a bit steep.

  • Burak H
    December 12, 2014 at 11:54 pm

    I’m not paying $45 for a digital download that’s locked to a single console. I would have paid $60 for a retail release though.

    I can buy the iOS version for less than half the price of the eShop edition and I would at least have the option to play that on both the iPhone and iPad.

  • Burak H
    December 14, 2014 at 8:27 am

    The European release of Rune Factory 4 was cancelled at the beginning of this year, but then it became an eShop exclusive. Hometown Story was originally released as an eShop exclusive, but it was later issued a physical release a couple of months later (with a slightly higher retail price), so it’s a possibility.

    We won’t be getting a retail release of Rune Factory 4 simply due to the fact that we are now bound by the European release schedule (and particularly with niche games such as this, we receive European coded cartridges, while 1st party games more often than not are Australian coded). In the old days (of the GBA and DS) we used to get the American releases of most of our games. While many games were delayed for the European market, we’d occasionally get them BEFORE Europe as our market does not require the additional localisation work that is necessary for the European release as the option to the play the game in English alone was sufficient for the Australian release.

  • Anonymouse
    December 18, 2014 at 8:41 pm

    Hope next week has better deals

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