Nintendo Everything: 3DS eShop
This week’s Nintendo Downloads for Europe are as follows:
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS – €44.99 / £39.99 / CHF57.90
Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight (NES) – €4.99 / £4.49 / CHF7.00
99Seconds – €2.49 / £2.29 / CHF3.50
Wii U VC
Street Fighter Alpha 2 (SNES) – €7.99 / £5.49 / CHF11.20
Jett Rocket II: The Wrath of Taikai – €5.99 / £5.25 / CHF7.75 until23/10/14. Regular price is €8.99 / £7.66 / CHF11.08
Tappingo – €1.99 / £1.69 / CHF2.69 until16/10/14. Regular price is €2.99 / £2.49 / CHF 4.00
With more and more Kickstarter campaigns popping up these days, it would be tough to cover them all without overloading the site. And thus, the Kickstarter roundup was born! We’ll be posting these each weekend so that we can bring the latest Kickstarter efforts to your attention.
Here’s today’s roundup:
Band Saga (new) – $29,000 for funding, Wii U stretch goal at $55,000 and 3DS stretch goal at $100,000
TAKEN (new) – $3,000 for funding, Wii U stretch goal at $20,000
Moon Hunters (new) – already funded at $45,000, Wii U stretch goal at $250,000
Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – $45,000 for funding, Wii U stretch goal at $250,000
Heroes Never Lose – already funded at $9,000 and confirmed for Wii U, 3DS stretch goal at $30,000
Warlocks – $25,000 for funding, planned for Wii U
It’s been a short while since our last “Circle Entertainment spotlight”, but the company has been kind enough to share with us a first look at The Legend of Dark Witch.
The Legend of Dark Witch is a 2D action-platformer. In the game, Syega Crystals gave their powers to the people of the world, but somebody has stolen them all. This causes the world to plunge into darkness. As the dark witch Zizou, you must retrieve the missing crystals.
Zizou will be able to learn new attacks by defeating bosses. She can collect “Tres” in battle, which can be used to upgrade abilities. Players can expect “diverse levels that provide a fair challenge”, bonuses when replaying the game, and three difficulty modes.
The Legend of Dark Witch is tentatively slated for an October 16 launch on the North American 3DS eShop. You’ll find the game’s first screenshots below.
Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse is almost here. The game is now in lot check, which is one of the final steps required before launching on the eShop.
WayForward shares the news on Twitter in the following message:
— WayForward (@WayForward) September 26, 2014