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Nintendo Download (12/7/17, North America) – Floor Kids, The Sexy Brutale, Teslagrad, much more

Posted on December 7, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS eShop, News, Switch eShop, Wii U eShop

This week’s North American Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Switch Retail

The End is Nigh – $14.99 (available December 12)
Party Planet – $39.99 (available December 12)
WWE 2K18 – $59.99

Switch Download

ACA NeoGeo Top Hunter Roddy & Cathy – $7.99
ACORN Tactics – $11.99
Dimension Drive – $12.99
Embers of Mirrim – $19.99
Floor Kids – $19.90
Gunbird – $7.99
Human: Fall Flat – $14.99
Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds Overdrive – $9.99
Plague Road – $10.00
Plantera Deluxe – $4.99
Red Game Without a Great Name – $2.99
Riptide GP: Renegade – $14.99
Slain: Back From Hell – $14.99
Tennis in the Face – $4.99 (available December 8)
Teslagrad – $14.99
The Sexy Brutale – $19.99
TouchBattleTankSP – $4.99
Vostok Inc. – $14.99
Yodanji – $4.99

Switch Demos

Lost Sphear
Robonauts

3DS Download

80’s Overdrive – $9.99
Christmas Night Archery – $1.99
Japanese Rail Sim 3D Travel of Steam – $19.99
Squareboy vs Bullies: Arena Edition – $4.99

3DS Themes

Pokémon: Winter Hide-and-Seek

Wii U Download

RTO – $4.99

eShop Sales

Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
Nintendo eShop Cyber Deals – Last Chance – Treat yourself this holiday season with big savings on select digital games. Act fast, though, as the sale only runs until Dec. 11 at 8:59 a.m. PT.

My Nintendo Activities

Happy Holidays, Animal Crossing Fans! – Did you already download the Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp game on your smart device? You can build your own dream campsite and invite adorable animal friends to hang out! You can also visit your friends’ campsites, craft your own furniture and lots more fun things. Now is the perfect time to join in the fun, as a limited-time holiday event just started. Unlock seasonal outfits and collect in-game candy canes to craft cute holiday-themed items. To help everyone get into the holiday spirit, we’re giving away a Santa hat for your campsite manager. Be sure to check your in-game mailbox! By the way, did you know that linking your Nintendo Account to the Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp game can help save your in-game progress? Sign up today and keep your camp data!
My Nintendo is also offering some adorable Animal Crossing Nintendo 3DS HOME Menu themes this month. You can redeem your My Nintendo points and get these:

Animal Crossing – Winter Frolics theme – Available Dec. 8
Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Jingle’s Toy Day theme – Available Dec. 8
Animal Crossing: Isabelle theme

Want to catch up on other Animal Crossing games? You can redeem your My Nintendo points and get the following discounts to help you get started:

20 percent discount on Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Available Dec. 8
40 percent discount on Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer – Available Dec. 8

You can also redeem your Gold Points to get online access to the Animal Crossing: New Leaf Prima Official Game Guide.

Source: Nintendo PR

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  • Jonathan Cromwell

    So with the two titles earlier this week that’s 24 games in 7 days! I don’t think the wiiu ever had a day close to this.

    • Gregory Weagle

      It’s time for today’s Nintendo Switch stat:

      – In just seven days,
      Nintendo Switch will have released 24 games in the very first December
      of it’s existence. Their overall first month of December is still
      pending as well as the second December. I’m predicting anywhere from 50-54 games in December; and that might be low-balled.

      – Nintendo 3DS had 26 games in their first month of December
      overall, and only 16 of them were released to the general public. The
      rest were GBA games as part of Nintendo’s loyalty program at the time as
      part of the price cut on the Nintendo 3DS. The second December had 15
      games. Overall: 41 games (31 without the program).

      – Wii U had 9 games in their first month of December and 10 games in it’s second December. Overall: 19 Games.

      – Wii had 25 games in their first month of December and 33 games in it’s second December. Overall: 58 Games.

      – Gamecube had 6 games in their first month of December and 17 games in it’s second December. Overall: 23 Games.

      – Gameboy Advance had 12 games in their first month of December and 22 games in it’s second December. Overall: 34 games.

      – Nintendo DS had 4 games in their first month of December and 9 games in it’s second December. Overall: 13 games.

      – In Wii and 3DS’s case; they had VC titles; and Wii had about half of it’s lineup peppered with VC titles.

  • Waterdrop

    floor kids is a waste of money, 19.90 for the game its like a 10 dollar game….

    • TDude73

      Your comment is a complete waste of time. Secondly, you’re killing the fun in playing video games. And third, Floor Kids is a CONSOLE EXCLUSIVE for the Nintendo Switch. These are the reasons I’ve thumbed down your childish comment. Game over… you lose. Good day, sir.

      • JasonBall

        What is wrong with you

      • Gregory Weagle

        I’m guessing Waterdrop doesn’t like games made in Canada with humorous jokes on it’s price. I’ve seen much pettier reasons for rejecting a game than that.

        I think Floor Kids is only on Nintendo Switch and not just a console exclusive. I’ll have to check on that.

        • Waterdrop

          the game is good, But its just the price, I am upset about the price, e.e if it was 10 dollars id buy it,,, But the price its cause of the year not the hand drawn 1990. But really it should be worth 10 dollars atleast, ill wait for discount.

      • Waterdrop

        I see how rude you are calling me a child, you are the child… and you are rude, You think becuz floor kids is 20 dollars its good? Well you don’t know anything, floor kids is a 10 dollar game atleast, i Am not wasting 20 dollars on a game like that, enjoy being blocked for criticizing other people for your own beliefs, you are the nastiest jerk, I see what you told other people, if you think i am stupid, game over to you.

  • JasonBall

    I just can’t bring myself to buy New Leaf at the end of 2017, knowing online servers won’t last forever and a Switch game will come along and put it to shame.

  • Gregory Weagle

    I don’t blame you. It’s very difficult to keep up when fanboys (including myself) have been so used to getting 10 games a month at best on other Nintendo consoles.