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3DS eShop charts (4/15/13)

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1. Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon
2. Pokemon Dream Radar
3. Pokedex 3D Pro
4. Super Mario 3D Land
5. Castlevania
6. HarmoKnight
7. Super Mario Bros.
8. Kersploosh!
9. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX
10. Kirby’s Pinball Land
11. Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
12. 3D Classics: Kid Icarus
13. Colors! 3D
14. Gunman Clive
15. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate
16. 3D Classics: Urban Champion
17. The Legend of Zelda
18. 50 Classic Games 3D
19. Fire Emblem: Awakening
20. Star Fox 64 3D


1. Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Multiplayer Demo Video
2. Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Trailer
3. Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Launch Trailer
4. Pokemon X and Pokemon Y Video
5. Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Multiplayer Video
6. Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Commercial
7. HarmoKnight Trailer
8. Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move Trailer
9. Wreck-It Ralph Trailer
10. Flipnote Studio 3D Samples
11. HarmoKnight Gameplay Trailer
12. Mega Man 4 Trailer
13. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Trailer
14. Dillon’s Rolling Western: The Last Ranger Trailer
15. Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity Video
16. Colors! 3D Video
17. Castlevania Trailer
18. Nintendo Show 3D: March 28, 2013
19. Pokedex 3D Pro Video
20. Mario Kart 7 Video

This week’s 3DS eShop video additions are as follows:

Dillon’s Rolling Western: The Last Ranger Launch Trailer
Clash of Elementalists Trailer

Source: 3DS eShop

Another Kickstarter game may be coming to the Wii U or 3DS eShops (or perhaps retail, though that is somewhat less likely). Metroid-vania-esque title Chasm is currently trying to reach its goal of $150,000 for release on PC, Mac, and Linux, but that hasn’t stopped the developers from discussing its possible future on Nintendo platforms,

“We’ve definitely been considering Nintendo platforms — they seem like a good home for Chasm. The difficulty more lies in getting the game ported, we’d have to hire someone that knows the platforms obviously. We’re still very early in development, so estimating those costs right now is near impossible.”

-Chasm Producer James Petruzzi

Judging by the trailers and screenshots I’ve seen of the game, this would definitely sell well on something like the Wii U! I know that I would likely pick it up (assuming it didn’t get absolutely awful reviews on PC), and I think a lot of you would as well. You can check out their Kickstarter page at the link in the first paragraph.

Via Nintendo Life

Guild02 could be one of the new announcements made during this week’s Nintendo Direct.

Level-5 has renewed its black box teaser page, also teasing the news on Twitter:

The last time Level-5 messed around with the black box page, we found out that the Guild01 games were heading to North America and Europe. That’s likely the same case this time around.


Level-5’s Guild01 games are going on sale on the 3DS eShop this week in Europe. The company has additionally confirmed that the three localized titles will be discounted in North America.

Pricing information is as follows:

Liberation Maiden — $4.99 until 30th May, normally €7.99
Crimson Shroud — $4.99 until 30th May, normally $7.99
Aero Porter — $2.99 until 30th May, normally $4.99

Discounted prices for both North America and Europe will go live on Thursday.


C-Wars developer Onipunks has officially added Wii U and 3DS versions of the game to the Kickstarter campaign. If donations hit the $65,000 point, C-Wars will most definitely hit the 3DS eShop. A Wii U version will also be made if funds exceed $80,000.

The Kickstarter campaign just began a few days ago and already managed to obtain nearly $24,000. With 26 days remaining, there’s a pretty good shot that both Nintendo-related stretch goals will be reached.

This week’s European Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

3DS retail

Fire Emblem: Awakening – €44.99 / £39.99

3DS download

Super Little Acorns 3D Turbo – €4.99 / £4.99


Dig Dug – €3.99 / £3.59


Forgotten Legions – €4.99 / £4.49 / 500 points

Wii U VC

Kirby’s Adventure – Special offer until 17/5/13 (23:59 CEST): €0.30 / £0.30 (Will be €4.99 / £3.49)

Wii U download

Kung Fu Rabbit – €4.99 / £4.49


Liberation Maiden – €4.99, was €7.99 (£4.49, was £7.19) – Nintendo eShop from 18/4/13 until 30/5/13, 14:59 CEST
Crimson Shroud – €4.99, was €7.99 (£4.49, was £7.19) – Nintendo eShop from 18/4/13 until 30/5/13, 14:59 CEST
Aero Porter – €4.99, was €7.99 (£4.49, was £7.19) – Nintendo eShop from 18/4/13 until 30/5/13, 14:59 CEST
Virtue’s Last Reward – €24.99, was €40.00 (£19.99, was £30.00) – Nintendo eShop from 18/4/13 until 2/5/13, 14:59 CEST

Source: Nintendo PR

Peakvox Labs’ 3DS eShop game “Groove Heaven” is heading west, courtesy of publisher Teyon.

Groove Heaven was originally released in Japan toward the end of 2012. The rhythm game includes over 30 levels, Story and Timed modes, and more.

You can find a few Groove Heaven screenshots in the gallery above. An official overview with more details is posted below.

C-Wars is almost a lock for the 3DS eShop. Onipunks has strong interest in bringing its real-time strategy tower defense game to the handheld, and the studio is well on its way to becoming an approved developer.

A Wii U version of C-Wars is also possible. If the game secures enough funding through Kickstarter, we could see the game on both of Nintendo’s platforms.

You can find more details about C-Wars on the Kickstarter page here.

Source 1, Source 2

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