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Nintendo Download Updates: Oracle of Zelda Men, Denpa

by Daniel VuckovicMay 30, 2013

Its the week you have all been waiting for, finally, Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games is available on the eShop.

Just kidding, well not really that game is out too but the triple whammy of The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons, Oracle of Ages and The DENPDA Men 2: Beyond the Waves is here and you can taste the happy.

What are these two Zelda games all about then? If you’ve never had the pleasure of playing through them before (or even if you have) you’re in for a real treat. Both games are original Zelda titles, none of this Pokemon Blue and Red differences here. Once you’ve finished one you can link to the other for some special goodness. Not only have you got the choice between two great and original Zelda titles but they’re both on sale for $6.50 each for the next month, after that they go up to $7.80. Get into them.

The other big 3DS games this week Genius Sonority’s THE DENPA MEN2: Beyond the Waves. If you’ve played the first DENPA MEN game then you can transfer over your previous hero into this one.

For Wii U owners things are a little more quiet, Ghosts’n Goblins hits the Virtual Console for $6.50, if you bought Super Ghouls’n Ghosts the other week though you’ll be able to save 50% of that price. That’s only valid for the week, so don’t delay on that one.

Elsewhere there is a sale for Toki Tori 2, it drops from $19.99 to $14.99 for the week. Lastly Chasing Aurora gets a permanent price drop to $8.45. Not too bad.

Well then, which Oracle game are you picking up?

ndu_wiiudlbadge Toki Tori 2(Two Tribes) – AUD$ 14.99 was AUD$ 19.99 (NZD$17.99 was NZD$ 23.99)

ndu_wiiudlbadge Chasing Aurora (Broken Rules) – AUD$ 8.45 (NZD$11.05)
(Permanent Price Reduction)

Ghosts’n Goblins (CAPCOM)– AUD$ 6.50 (NZD$ 8.50)
Ghosts’n Goblins is 50% off for users who bought Super Ghouls’n Ghosts™ on Nintendo eShop on their Wii U. Special offer valid until 6/6/13

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The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons (Nintendo) – Special offer until 20/6/13: AUD$ 6.50 (NZD$ 8.50)
Non special offer price will be AUD$ 7.80 (NZD$10.20)

ndu_3dsvc The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages (Nintendo)– Special offer until 20/6/13: AUD$ 6.50 (NZD$ 8.50)
Non special offer price will be AUD$ 7.80 (NZD$10.20)

ndu_3dsdlbadge THE “DENPA” MEN 2: Beyond the Waves – AUD$13.00 (NZD$17.00)

ndu_3dsdlbadge Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games – AUD$ 49.99 (NZD$59.99)

All Prices are in AUD and accurate at time of writing. The Australian eShop updates every Thursday at 11pm Eastern Daylight Saving Time unless otherwise specified. Some items release at different times.

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  • Goddamnit
    May 30, 2013 at 10:37 pm

    No Mega Man X, bitterly disappointed. Goddamn Nintendo can be frustrating.

  • cd2
    May 31, 2013 at 4:10 am

    I brought both Zelda games. now I just need to get around to playing them. I have a huge back cat at the moment, just can’t keep up.

  • Nin2000
    May 31, 2013 at 1:33 pm

    I wish Nintendo would give proper discounts. A two for one deal with the zelda games would’ve provided a lot more incentive for an early purchase. Saving $1.30 is almost an insult to us Nintendo faithful. I’ve decided not to buy them right now but instead wait until I’m through the games I currently have.

  • äFRöëVäN
    June 3, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    I agree with Nin2000 that $1.30 is so not a draw card for a purchase! I bought them both nonetheless but purely coz I don’t see Nintendo discounting them further at all & I never got to play these. I think $10 for both in 1st month would have been a better deal for the fans and early adopters.
    Also disappointed no Mega Man X in AU that makes 2 (still awaiting Kirby’s Dream Land 3 also) I see no reason why they’d hold off at all to be honest so hopefully soon ;o)

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