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Wii U eShop charts (7/29/16)

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This week’s Wii U eShop charts are as follows:


1. Super Mario RPG
2. Minecraft: Wii U Edition
3. The Swapper
4. Super Mario 64
5. Super Mario World
6. Super Mario Bros. 3
7. Super Mario 3D World
8. Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut
9. Zelda: Ocarina of Time
10. Super Mario Maker
11. Super Mario Bros.
12. Thomas Was Alone
13. Paper Mario
14. OlliOlli
15. The Legend of Zelda
16. Zelda: A Link to the Past
17. Nova-111
18. Zelda: The Wind Waker HD
19. Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky
20. Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games


1. Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games – Heroes Showdown Trailer
2. Super Mario Mash-Up Pack for Minecraft: Wii U Edition
3. Play Nintendo Introduction Video
4. Pokken Tournament TV Spot
5. Super Mario RPG Trailer
6. Zelda: Breath of the Wild E3 2016 Trailer
7. New Super Mario Bros. U Video
8. LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens New Adventures Trailer
9. New Super Luigi U Trailer 6/11/13
10. Great Games to Buy with eShop Cards
11. Pokemon Rumble U Gameplay Trailer
12. Star Fox Zero – Foxy Fox Trailer
13. Terraria Trailer
14. LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Gameplay Trailer
15. Super Mario Maker Key Update Video
16. Super Mario 3D World Trailer
17. Yoshi’s Story Trailer
18. Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins
19. Super Mario 64 Trailer
20. Super Mario 3D World Trailer 2

Source: Wii U eShop

Several new games out came out this week on the Wii U and 3DS eShops. If you’re interested in checking out what’s new in screenshot form, take a peak at the gallery below.

This week’s Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s episode, Kit and Krysta catch up with the developers of Monster Hunter Generations. Watch the full video below.

Pokemon GO is generating $10 million across iOS and Google Play each day, App Annie reports.

That’s just one tidbit from the market researcher’s latest report. It also goes into detail about other topics, such as how Pokemon GO is impacting other mobile apps. Based on App Annie’s data, Pokemon GO “has not had a sustained and meaningful impact on the daily revenue of other games on iOS and Google Play”, and there have not been “any meaningful declines in daily revenue for top-grossing games”.

App Annie views Pokemon GO as a positive element of expanding the mobile market. Not only has it “introduced and popularized the concept of AR”, but businesses are now starting to learn about the value of AR as in-game Lure Modules to boost foot traffic as well as consumer spend.

You can read up on App Annie’s full piece here.

Citizens of Earth was taken down from the 3DS eShop back in May due to a homebrew vulnerability. Atlus said soon after that it would return, but we haven’t heard anything since.

Well, good news! Citizens of Earth has returned to the 3DS eShop. We don’t know when that happened, but hey – it’s there. If you’re interested in purchasing the game, you now have the opportunity to do so once again.

Thanks to TruExtent for the tip.

Pokemon GO has had a positive impact on Pokemon games and merchandise around the world, including Italy. Word out of the country is that Pokemon Sun and Moon are now the series’ most pre-ordered games in the series.

Additionally, between July 4 and July 24, the Pokemon titles and 3DS hardware have risen significantly. They’re up 59 percent and 33 percent respectively.

Here’s a look at the increase for the different games:

01. Pokémon Alpha Sapphire + 71%
02. Pokémon Omega Ruby + 69%
03. Pokémon X + 52%
04. Pokémon Y + 89%
05. Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon + 8%

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Minecraft: Wii U Edition patch 10 came out earlier this week following some maintenance. Along with bug fixes and issues that were addressed, it adds the Battle Map Pack 2 (Atlantis, Ruin and Siege) as well as the Redstone Specialists Skin Pack. Check out some footage of the update below.

The end of Disney Infinity continues, with it being announced today that “All Disney Infinity online services and community features for all versions will be discontinued” on March 3, 2017. Toy Boxes can be downloaded until that date. However, the Disney Infinity Community team will no longer accept new Toy Boxes as of September 30.

Even after March 3 approaches, Disney Infinity players will still have “full access to figures and play sets only with the exception of community content features and online multiplayer”.

Here’s the full timeline for the discontinuation of Disney Infinity’s online services:

Since announcing that we will discontinue the production of Disney Infinity, we’ve been exploring timelines for the closure of the game’s online versions and community features. Our goal has been to offer extended access to these services, while also providing clear communication about what you can expect. It’s important to note that:

Yesterday, Forbes published an interview with Niantic CEO John Hanke. It covered Hanke’s early days with gaming, working at Keyhold, and eventually starting Niantic.

The middle part of the interview is where the discussion becomes interesting for Pokemon GO plans. Hanke talked about the game’s success thus far, cheating (some of “those things may not work in the future”), server issues, and other topics.

We’ve rounded up some of Hanke’s comments below. You can read Forbes’ full interview here.

We previously mentioned that Quest of Dungeons has a September 1 release date in Europe on Wii U. The 3DS version is still coming, but it’s in lot check at the moment – meaning no date yet. As for North America, both versions are pending (though still planned of course).

Quest of Dungeons will cost €8.99. Even better, when both versions are available, cross-buy will be supported. Buying the game on Wii U will net you the 3DS version for free, and vise versa.

Quest of Dungeons will support off-TV play and the Pro Controller on Wii U. The 3DS version officially has StreetPass functionality, in which you encounter the ghost of another player’s failed attempts and try to kill/loot.


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