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This week’s European Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Switch Retail

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers – €39.99 (available Friday)
Disgaea 5 Complete – €59.99 (available Friday)

Switch Download

ACA NeoGeo The King of Fighters ’99 – €6.99

Wii U Retail

Darksiders Warmastered Edition – €19.99

Rayman Advance and Rayman 3 came to the North American Wii U eShop last month. This week, it’s Europe’s turn. Both will be out in PAL regions tomorrow.

Below are trailers for both games:

And overviews of each:

Darksiders Warmastered Edition finally made it to Wii U today. For a look at the game in action, watch the video below.

Teslagrad ended up on a whole bunch of platforms. But in the end, it turns out that it was most profitable on Wii U.

Speaking about why Teslagrad did so well on Wii U, Rain Games CEO Peter Wingaard Meldahl told Gamasutra:

“There was not many titles released for [the Wii U], comparatively. Indie titles actually got a good visibility on the platform.”

Meldahl noted that Teslagrad sat in each of the top two slots on Nintendo’s storefront for a couple weeks. With other systems, this would never have happened.


A brand new collaboration pack has been announced for Minecraft. Adventure Time is coming to all console versions of the game, which should include Switch and Wii U.

Here’s a trailer:

The Adventure Time DLC will be out “soon” for all versions of Minecraft.

The Girl and the Robot finally graces Wii U this week. On Thursday, the game launches in North America. Note that the eShop download is 1872MB.


AckkStudios has long been working on a couple of projects for Wii U. The first, YIIK, is starting to near the end of development and is also now on the way to Switch. The other is Chromophore: The Two Brothers Director’s Cut.

In February, AckkStudios said that Chromophore: The Two Brothers Director’s Cut is still happening. Nothing has changed since then, as the game is in the pipeline. It will receive the studio’s full attention once YIIK is fully complete. Of course, it remains to be seen where it’ll end up – likely Switch at the very least.


If you’re looking for a free game on Wii U, you may want to give Humanitarian Helicopter a look. It’s currently showing as free on the North American eShop. You can claim it from Nintendo’s website here.

Note that you won’t get any Gold Points on My Nintendo with this one, even though it was originally $10. Nintendo may have cleared up the “glitch” where points were being given out when games were being made available for free.

Thanks to Vinicius for the tip.

World to the West footage

Posted on 2 days ago by (@NE_Brian) in Videos, Wii U eShop | 0 comments | 0 Likes

World to the West, the next game from Teslagrad developer Rain Games, is coming to Wii U soon and potentially Switch in the future. A video with another 18 minutes of footage can be found below.

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