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As part of its send-off festivities, Nintendo Power compiled a list of the top 285 Nintendo games of all time. The magazine specifically chose the number since 285 issues were produced since its inception in 1988.

We have the entire lineup of games below – yes, all 285 games! Head past the break for the listing.

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Fluidity: Spin Cycle will be one of the more expensive downloadable titles on the 3DS eShop. According to the game’s official site (which for some reason is now inaccessible update: back up now…)), it will cost $10.99. The original Fluidity on WiiWare can be downloaded for 1,200 points.

Spin Cycle hits the North American 3DS eShop this Thursday. It came out on in Europe on December 13.

Three games will be discounted on the Japanese 3DS eShop right after we ring in the new year. The “Denpa” Men 2 will be discounted from 1,000 yen to 700 yen, HarmoKnight will be dropped from 1,800 yen to 1,300 yen, and 3D Classics: Kirby’s Adventure will be temporarily slashed from 600 yen to 400 yen.

All three titles are seeing discounts as part of a holiday sale on the eShop. The offers will be available starting on January 1 at 10 AM and lasts through January 6 at 23:59 PM.

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Super Mario Bros. 3 will be hitting the Japanese eShop as a Famicom download on January 1 for 500 yen. Screenshots of the game can be found above.

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The Wii U and 3DS eShops are completely different entities. Although both stores contain content that relates to each other, they aren’t linked in any way.

Users can’t look up shared history between the two systems. It’s also impossible to, say, buy a 3DS game through the Wii U eShop. And that’s how it’ll be for the foreseeable future.

Nintendo of America’s Dan Adelman was recently asked about the possibility of linking the two eShops, but there are no plans for now.

“Well we’re calling them both eShop. It’s just that one is the 3DS eShop, and the other is the Wii U eShop. Wii U users can see info in the Wii U eShop about 3DS games, but right now we don’t have any immediate plans to sell 3DS games via the Wii U eShop – or vice versa.”

Thanks to Tim for the tip.

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