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Nintendo Download Updates (24/4) Remix the Remix

If you’re a Nintendo 3DS owner you might as well just stop reading now, sure there’s one game listed down there below but we’re not even sure if we will get it in Australia. You know how it is.

Wii U owners, still with us? Good! Great you actually have something worth picking up – two things in fact!

Did you enjoy NES Remix? Well you should have and now there’s even more of it to enjoy with NES Remix 2. Nintendo have ramped up the remixing again and hacked more of your favourite NES games to bits to make them even more fun. If you’ve got the first game as well you’ll have access to more modes as well.

After a classification delay Moving Player’s Evofish also swims its way on the eShop this week as well. Good to see more indie games making the splash into Australia even with the risk.

After a month filled with Game Boy Advance Virtual Console games we‚Äôve hit the end, Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi‚Äôs Island. It‚Äôs the last GBA game we know about scheduled to the Virtual Console on the Wii U. There will of course be more but now we enter that freaky territory of of ‚Äėwill we actually get something this week‚Äô. Bring on more Virtual Console games or at least let us know about them.

Note: The Australian eShop now updates at 9pm WST / 11pm EST each Thursday night. Some games may have a different release date and will be listed if so.

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Wii U eShop

ndu_wiiuvcbadge NES Remix 2 (Nintendo, $13.00) (25/4/14)
ndu_wiiuvcbadge Evofish (Moving Player, $4.99)

Wii U Virtual Console

ndu_wiiuvcbadge Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi’s Island (Nintendo, GBA,¬† $9.10)

 

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3DS eShop Downloads

ndu_3dsdlbadge Sayonara UmiharaKawase (Agatsuma Entertainment, TBC)

3DS eShop Temporary Discounts

ndu_3dsdlbadge  Funfair Party Games (Joindots, $6.99 until 8th May, $19.99)

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4 Comments
  • Burak H
    April 23, 2014 at 9:53 am

    Sayonara Umihara Kawase is in fact coming to the Australian eShop. It was classified by the ACB sometime last year (it received a G rating) and I remember seeing it briefly on the ACB website a day after it was originally classified. The rating can no longer be found if you search for it on the ACB database, however, it is not uncommon for some classification decisions to just inexplicably disappear from the database from time to time (probably due to a poorly maintained database). Bear in mind that this is by no means an implication of revocation of the classification. It *has* been classified.

  • laharl1313
    April 23, 2014 at 6:16 pm

    Apparently sayonara whatchamacallit is quite good, according to what little I have seen of it. Might be worth checking out.

  • Nicholas Pearce
    April 23, 2014 at 10:37 pm

    Slow week, will grab nes remix 2 for sure

    Japan gets a few GBA/VC titles in the next couple of weeks, should give us some info on what to expect in May, ive listed them below

    Castlevania: Dracula X
    Shadowgate
    Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land
    Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap, The
    Mario Tennis Advance
    Wario Land 4

    We still dont have PC Engine in Aus yet but they do in japan

    R-Type
    China Warrior

    also these are coming on 3ds

    Mega Man II
    Mega Man III
    Mega Man IV
    Mega Man V

  • Burak H
    April 24, 2014 at 6:16 am

    Thanks for the heads up. All of the those games (including the PC engine games) have already been classified in Australia, so they’re all likely to be released at some point. The only uncertainty here is the release of Shadowgate. The Gameboy Color version was classified back in 1999 but not the NES version (Nintendo might be able to get away with releasing them both without having to get the NES version classified separately). I hope they release both versions of Shadowgate in the eShop.

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