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Nintendo Download Updates (24/7) Mega Mega Mega

by Daniel VuckovicJuly 24, 2014

It’s that time of the week again, and it’s a mega week! Not in the grandest sense, just a lot of Mega Man on the Wii U Virtual Console. On top of that, there’s a looooot of NES Virtual Console sales on this week, assuming you have NES Remix or NES Remix 2.

You’ll also notice there’s a few European eShop titles down there! From now on, we’ll be putting these in, and letting you know if we have any news on an Australia release, as we’ll be asking developers for updates. This week, Master Reboot aiming for an Australia release soon, otherwise you can grab it from the European eShop for now.

The 3DS only sees one game this week, with Siesta Fiesta making its sleepy debut. Otherwise we have a couple 3DS download games on sale, with Pokemon Link: Battle being the only Nintendo game discounted.

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Wii U eShop Downloads

ndu_wiiudlbadge Master Reboot (EU eShop only, AU TBC)
ndu_wiiudlbadge Wooden Sen’Sey (EU eShop only)
ndu_wiiudlbadge Super Toy Cars (EU eShop only)

Wii U Virtual Console

ndu_wiiuvcbadge Mega Man 5 (Capcom, NES, $6.50)
ndu_wiiuvcbadge Mega Man 6 (Capcom, NES, $6.50)
ndu_wiiuvcbadge Mega Man Battle Network (Capcom, GBA, $9.10)

The below games are only on sale if you own NES Remix or NES Remix 2

ndu_wiiuvcbadge Super Mario Bros. (Nintendo, NES, $3.25 until 31/7, normally $6.50)
ndu_wiiuvcbadge The Legend of Zelda (Nintendo, NES, $3.25 until 31/7, normally $6.50)
ndu_wiiuvcbadge Dr. Mario (Nintendo, NES, $3.25 until 31/7, normally $6.50)
ndu_wiiuvcbadge Excitebike (Nintendo, NES, $3.25 until 31/7, normally $6.50)
ndu_wiiuvcbadge Clu Clu Land (Nintendo, NES, $3.25 until 31/7, normally $6.50)
ndu_wiiuvcbadge Ice Hockey (Nintendo, NES, $3.25 until 31/7, normally $6.50)
ndu_wiiuvcbadge Urban Champion (Nintendo, NES, $3.25 until 31/7, normally $6.50)

 

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3DS eShop Downloads

ndu_3dsdlbadge Siesta Fiesta (Mojo Bones, $5.85)

3DS eShop Special Offers

ndu_3dsdlbadge Pokémon Link: Battle! (Nintendo, $6.50 until 31/7, normally $10.40)
ndu_3dsdlbadge Aqua Moto Racing 3D (Zordix AB, $5.19 until 31/7, normally $10.39)
ndu_3dsdlbadge Snow Moto Racing 3D (Zordix AB, $5.19 until 31/7, normally $10.39)
ndu_3dsdlbadge Real Heroes Firefighter 3D (Zordix AB, $6.50 until 31/7, normally $13)

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  • Mixkon
    July 24, 2014 at 9:31 pm

    Megaman Battle Network! A great title to add to the E-Shop!

  • Bob
    July 24, 2014 at 9:42 pm

    Right. Time for Nintendo Australia to start funding classification apps for indie eshop publishers because its a %#%#^@ farce not getting half the content.

  • Arkhe
    July 24, 2014 at 11:04 pm

    Ah, thank you! I’ve been occasionally browsing a UK Nintendo site to keep up to date on their end, but I keep falling behind, so thank you heaps for this!

    I’m going to have to register my 3DS to Miiverse soon though, for Pokebank and what-not, but I figure I’ll be getting another 3DS soon for overseas stuff again anyway, so I really appreciate this!

  • Kyal
    July 25, 2014 at 2:53 am

    Anyone feel like those ‘special prices’ should be the normal price for those NES titles? Just sayin..

  • Tom
    July 25, 2014 at 4:28 am

    Super Mario Bros and Zelda 1 are only 30% off. The others are 50%.

    It’s only $1.20 difference, but it’s a little bit rude IMO.

  • emwearz
    July 25, 2014 at 5:32 am

    I am with you. I own all of these but Clu Clu Land and Urban Champion, I was thinking purely for ease of use I would buy Zelda again, but the fact they offset the price annoyed me enough to skip the purchase.

  • Ninja
    July 25, 2014 at 11:33 am

    Can you contact Nintendo Australia about this bullshit of missing so many eShop titles. Tell them Nintendo of Aus should be covering the cost and assisting devs of flagship indie games like Shovel Knight and Armillo in getting Aus classification. The entire situation is fucking incompetence.
    They got their shit together for a time with the Wii/DS compared to how utterly hopeless they were since snes/n64/gc era. now they are reverting to being completely abysmal again.
    I’m writing a letter to Iwata.

  • Soeroah
    July 25, 2014 at 5:06 pm

    Yesss, Battle Network!

    Just need the other five entries and I’ll be good to go, Capcom!

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