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Cryamore video

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Mother 2/Earthbound has hit the Japanese Wii U eShop, and creator Shigesato Itoi plans to celebrate with a special event. This Friday, Itoi will be hosting a live-stream playthrough. You’ll be able to watch the event at 7 AM EST / 4 AM PST.

Sadly, Nintendo has no plans to make Mother 2 available through the overseas eShops. We’ve gotten Punch-Out!! instead.


Nintendo has officially launched Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream on the Wii U eShop. It’s out now for just 30 cents. You can get the game through April 18, which will then be replaced by Kirby’s Adventure.


This week’s Japanese eShop update is as follows:


Downloadable Titles
Maru-go! 3D Nanami to Isshoni Manabo! English J?tatsu no Kotsu Riron-hen – 2,800 yen
Maru-go! 3D Nanami to Isshoni Manabo! TOEIC Test Taisaku-hen – 2,800 yen
Mushikera Sensha (Insect Tank from Keiji Inafune for Guild02) – 800 yen
Lola no Sans? Densha (Lola’s Math Train) – 400 yen
Luigi’s Mansion 2 (retail title, 3/20) – 4,800 yen
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Sandame no Maky? (retail title) – 4,980 yen
Sengoku Mus? Chronicles (Samurai Warrios: Chronicels, retail title) – 2,800 yen

Virtual Console
Sugoro-Quest Dice no Senshi-tachi (Suguro Quest: Warriors of Dice, Famicom) – 500 yen
Dragon Buster (Famicom) – 500 yen

Wii U

Downloadable Titles
Need for Speed Most Wanted U (retail title) – 6,615 yen

Virtual Console
Mother 2 : Giga no Gyakushu (Earthbound, Super Famicom) – 30 yen (from 3/20 to 4/18, then to 900 yen)

Video Content

Bugs vs. Tank video
Dragon Quest X preview video
Lola no Sans? Densha video
Crazy Chicken Pirates 3D video
Game & Wario commercial
Pretty Rhythm – My Deco-Rainbow Wedding commercial


Looks like MegaMan… Smells like MegaMan… But it’s not MegaMan.

We have heard an almost obscene amount of Kickstarter gaming projects announce their support for Wii U if certain funding goals are met, but today we’ve got one for you from a developer that has recently been in the news:

Yacht Club Games was formed just recently by former members of the studio behind Mighty Switch Force!, WayForward Studios. Their first game will be called Shovel Knight, and it focuses on sidescrolling action, helmed by a knight who wields a “ShovelBlade” to destroy enemies. Sounds pretty decent, right? After all, we know these folks can make a mean platformer.

Initial news was that the game would be for PC only, but the game’s Kickstarter page says that if they hit their fundraising goal of $75,000, the game will make its way to 3DS and Wii U as well. Additionally, you can pledge $15 right now to “reserve” yourself a copy of the game on 3DS or Wii U when it comes out this coming September, so it’s almost like you’re just buying the game in advance!

Kickstarter via Joystiq

Wii U eShop charts (3/18/13)

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1. F-Zero
2. Nintendo Land
3. Runner2
4. LEGO City: Undercover
5. Little Inferno
6. The Cave
7. Trine 2: Director’s Cut
8. Nano Assault Neo
9. Puddle
10. New Super Mario Bros. U
11. Chasing Aurora
12. Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed
13. Mighty Switch Force! Hyper Drive Edition
14. Scribblenauts Unlimited
15. Assassin’s Creed III
16. Just Dance 4
17. ZombiU
18. Funky Barn Download
19. Tekken Tag Tournament 2: Wii U Edition
20. Darksiders II


1. Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream Trailer
2. LEGO City: Undercover
3. Runner2 Trailer
4. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Trailer
5. The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct Trailer
6. LEGO City: Undercover Trailer 3
7. LEGO City: Undercover Trailer 2
8. New Super Mario Bros. U Video
9. Trine 2: Director’s Cut Video
10. F-Zero Trailer
11. Nano Assault Neo Video
12. The Cave Trailer
13. Chasing Aurora Video
14. Puddle Video
15. Purchase and Download Video
16. Little Inferno Video
17. Tank! Tank! Tank! Video
18. Add Funds Video
19. Chasing Aurora Gameplay Video
20. Scribblenauts Unlimited Video

Source: Wii U eShop

The confusion surrounding Shovel Knight on Nintendo platforms has been cleared up. It is in fact coming to both Wii U and 3DS, as was originally thought.

Developer Yacht Club Games shared an early Shovel Knight PAX East banner on its Twitter account, which just so happens to contain logos for both systems.

Details regarding Kickstarter reward tiers for Wii U and 3DS are coming soon.

Source, Via

LEGO City: Undercover has now launched in North America, meaning you can purchase the game on the Wii U eShop if you so please. There’s just one caveat: the game costs $10 more than most retailers are selling it for.

If you want a digital copy of LEGO City, you’ll need to fork over $60. Meanwhile, retailers such as Amazon, Best Buy, and GameStop are selling the game for $50.

It’s unclear why there is a price increase on the eShop, but keep that information in mind if you plan on making a digital purchase.

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