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Jett Rocket 3DS was originally subtitled “Super Surf”. Ultimately, this was nothing more than a codename.

Developer Shin’en confirmed on Twitter today that the eShop game will be known as “Jett Rocket II – The Wrath of Taikai”:


Capcom is looking to bring some of its older 3DS titles to the eShop “in the coming months”, according to Christian Svensson.

Svensson wrote on the Capcom-Unity boards:

“Many of our other previously released 3DS titles will be coming to the eShop in the coming months. Details to follow when we’re closer to release.”

Based on Svensson’s words, games such as Super Street Fighter IV 3D and Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D will be making their way to the digital store in the future. Hopefully Resident Evil: Revelations and the upcoming Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate will also be available through the eShop.

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Fire Emblem: Awakening will be available at retail and through digital means when it launches next month. If you decide to download the title, make sure you have 8,579 blocks of free space on an SD card.

Awakening is one of the larger retail titles, but the size isn’t too bad. It takes up more space compared to Super Mario 3D Land, Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, and Paper Mario: Sticker Star, though it’s certainly less than Style Savvy: Trendsetter’s 10,500 blocks.


3DS eShop charts (1/14/13)

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1. Pokemon Dream Radar
2. Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels
3. Super Mario Bros.
4. Pokedex 3D Pro
5. Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream
6. Mega Man
7. Gunman Clive
8. Tetris
9. Cut The Rope
10. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX
11. Metroid II – Return of Samus
12. Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
13. Photo Dojo
14. The Legend of Zelda
15. 3D Classics: Kirby’s Adventure
16. Crimson Shroud
17. Plants vs. Zombies
18. Bird Mania 3D
19. Sonic the Hedgehog: Triple Trouble
20. Unchained Blades


1. Pokemon – Nintendo Direct January 8, 2013
2. Club Nintendo Video
3. Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels Video
4. Fluidity: Spin Cycle Video
5. Unchained Blades Video
6. Nintendo Show 3D: December 27, 2012
7. Adventure Time Video
8. What is Nintendo Video?
9. Mario Kart 7 Video
10. New Super Mario Bros. 2: Coin Rush
11. Scribblenauts Unlimited Video
12. Pokemon Dream Radar Video
13. Pokedex 3D Pro Video
14. Paper Mario: Sticker Star Video
15. New Super Mario Bros. 2: Warp Canon
16. Paper Mario: Sticker Star October 25, 2012
17. Mega Man Video
18. Code of Princess Video
19. Wreck-It Ralph Video
20. Super Mario Bros. Video

Source: 3DS eShop

The latest video additions to the 3DS eShop are as follows:

Pokemon – Nintendo Direct January 8, 2013
Reel Fishing 3D Paradise Mini Video
Wild Adventures: Ultimate Deer Hunter 3D Video
Hello Kitty Picnic with Sanrio Friends Video
101 DinoPets 3D Video

Source: 3DS eShop

Renegade Kid’s newly confirmed 3DS eShop first-person shooter will be a single-player experience only. Co-founder Jools Watsham confirmed on Twitter that the game won’t feature multiplayer.

Watsham tweeted:

Watsham also confirmed that Renegade Kid will be sharing concrete details about its FPS at PAX East in March.


Shin’en has almost completed development on Jett Rocket: Super Surf. The 3DS eShop game is expected to arrive “early this year”, according to Shin’en.

On YouTube, the studio wrote:

“Jett Rocket 3DS is nearly completed and? will be released early this year.”

Despite being confirmed quite awhile ago, Jett Rocket: Super Surf remains an enigma. Shin’en hasn’t outlined how the game will play, nor has it released any official media. Hopefully that’ll be changing soon!

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This week’s European Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Wii U retail

NBA 2K13 – €59.99 / £49.99

3DS download software

Tokyo Crash Mobs – €5.99 / £5.39
Mahjong Mysteries: Ancient Athena – €4.99 / £4.49


Zombie Skape – 200 points / €1.99 / £1.79

WiiWare demo

Vampire Crystals

Source: Nintendo PR

In the past, Renegade Kid has expressed interest in making a first-person shooter for the 3DS eShop. This way the studio would have complete control over the IP and self-publishing would be possible.

Renegade Kid’s Jools Watsham confirmed to Nintendo Force that the studio is in fact making a FPS for the 3DS’ online store. The only piece of information we have at the moment is that the untitled project is tentatively planned for the holiday season. Additional details may be revealed at PAX East in March.