Nintendo Download (2/27/14, North America)

Posted under 3DS eShop, News, Podcast Stories, Wii U eShop
February 27, 2014 by (@NE_Brian)
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This week’s North American Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Wii U Download

My Farm

Wii U Virtual Console

Renegade – $4.99

3DS Retail

Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy – $39.99 (available Feb. 28)

3DS Download

Tappingo – $2.99

3DS Virtual Console

Renegade – $4.99

eShop sale

Knytt Underground – Step into the extraordinary world of Knytt Underground, the latest iteration in the legendary Knytt series. Knytt Underground is a unique platform adventure experience, delivering zen-like game play, vibrant environments and dynamic characters. Now through March 3, get Knytt Underground for 50 percent off exclusively in the Nintendo eShop on Wii U.

Source: Nintendo PR



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  • lassenwolf

    Why release any games on the eshop if you cant release real games, n 64 /gamecube games. This has become the wii shop shovel crap again and not a wiiu shop. And on psn I get tomb raider. Bioshock infinite and borderlands 2 for free

    • Clumsyman

      Yes, you get that by paying for Playstation plus and you don’t ever ‘own’ the game. I LOVE Playstation but there’s no reason to compare a service that has been on going for years (Playstation) to a company just getting into the business ( Nintendo). Personally I think they are doing okay, they could try getting the GameCube virtual console games out sooner than they seem to be working on it, but I’m sure there is a reason to it.

    • ronin4life

      As Clumsy said, those come With PS+ so they aren’t really free( Once you stop paying Plus, you can’t play them anymore)

      Nintendo has a long way to go to be sure, but it isn’t like they don’t have/allow sales and Put games up on Club Nintendo for “Purchase” with the free coins that come with every game purchase. And if you happen to have a deluxe WiiU, digital Purchases on the platform give money back too.

      And I personally expect they will get even better in this regard as time goes on. But Yes, content and pricing wise they aren’t the best: Just a lot more comparable than at first glance.

    • ronin4life

      As Clumsy said, those come With PS+ so they aren’t really free( Once you stop paying Plus, you can’t play them anymore)

      Nintendo has a long way to go to be sure, but it isn’t like they don’t have/allow sales and Put games up on Club Nintendo for “Purchase” with the free coins that come with every game purchase. And if you happen to have a deluxe WiiU, digital Purchases on the platform give money back too.

      And I personally expect they will get even better in this regard as time goes on. But Yes, content and pricing wise they aren’t the best: Just a lot more comparable than at first glance.