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This week’s Japanese 3DS/Wii U eShop updates are as follows:

3DS

3DS Download Titles
Johnny Kung Fu – 700 yen
Dasshutsu Adventure Majo no Sumu Yakata DEMO – FREE
Dokodemo Honya-san (e-book and manga service) – FREE
Dragon Quest X Odekake Mosha de Battle (camera application) – 600 yen
Riki Densetsu – 800 yen
Kawai Koneko 3D (retail download) – 5,040 yen
Lost Heroes (retail download) – 6,280 yen

Virtual Console
Summer Carnival ’92 Rekka (Famicom) – 500 yen
Rock Man 6: Shij? Saidai no Tatakai! (Mega Man 6, Famicom) – 400 yen (until 1/7)

Wii U

Wii U Download Titles
NicoNico (Video Service) – FREE
Hulu – FREE
Youtube – FREE
New Super Mario Bros. U (retail download) – 5,985 yen
NintendoLand (retail download) – 4,935 yen
Assassin’s Creed III (retail download) – 6,930 yen
ZombiU (retail download) – 6,300 yen
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Wii U Edition (retail download) – 6,280 yen
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge (retail download) – 6,300 yen
Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition (retail download) – 5,480 yen
FIFA 13 World Class Soccer (retail download) – 7,665 yen
Mus? Orochi 2 Hyper (retail download) – 6,300 yen
Sangokushi 12 (Romance of the Three Kingdoms 12, retail download) – 8,000 yen

Video Content

Dokodemo Honya-san (e-book service) video
Dragon Quest X camera app video

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As is the case with the 3DS, Wii U demos from the eShop come with play limits. You can only boot up a demo a certain amount of times before it becomes inoperable.

According to a Nintendo representative, publishers determine how long demos remain on the eShop and how many times they can be played.

“Each publisher has the opportunity to decide how long demos will stay on the eShop, and how many times consumers can play them before they expire.”

When content expires, you’ll receive the following message when trying to start the demo:

“This demo can no longer be used. View information about the full version in the Nintendo eShop?”

If you select yes, you’ll be taken to the game’s eShop page.

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This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content:

Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS™

CRIMSON SHROUD – LEVEL-5 and Yasumi Matsuno brought together the industry’s most respected role-playing game creators to lend their support to CRIMSON SHROUD. Follow the tale of a young “Chaser” named Giauque, as he and his team find themselves drawn into the mystery of the Crimson Shroud. A tribute to the tabletop RPG, players roll dice in real time and chain skills together to earn bonus dice of greater and greater value. Use the dice strategically or the foes may get the best of you.

Adventure Time: Hey Ice King why’d you steal our garbage?!! – Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d you steal our garbage?!! is based on the Emmy-nominated Cartoon Network show about two close friends: Jake, a wise old dog with a big heart, and Finn, a silly kid who wants to become a great hero. Adventure Time show creator Pendleton Ward was heavily involved in the creation of the game’s original storyline and quests. Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d you steal our garbage?!! is also available at retail stores, and a demo version of the game is downloadable from the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS.


Ubisoft has finally released the Rayman Legends demo on the Wii U eShop. You can download it right now, folks!

The download clocks in at 577 megabytes. That’s around half that of FIFA 13, the first demo to land on the Wii U eShop.


– Hits eShop sometime next week
– Support for Wii U Pro Controller
– Voice Chat for online multiplayer
– New languages (German vocals for example)
– Improved graphics (more vivid/better black colors)
– Some controller improvements
– Minor bug fixes/improvements

Via Nintendo Life


Cloudberry Kingdom is still without a final release date, but it has received a new launch month. Wii U owners can expect the game to hit the eShop in March.

Alongside Cloudberry Kingdom, Pwnee Studios is working on a brand new project.

The studio teased:

“In the meantime we are already under way developing a new game! No title yet, but concept art and game-play is being designed as we speak, and we will be launching a Kickstarter campaign very soon to help fund our development.”

Might this new title land on Wii U as well?

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Unepic trailer

Posted on 6 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in Videos, Wii U eShop | 0 comments


Toki Tori 2 won’t be making its intended December 20 release date. Developer Two Tribes wrote on its website that it believes it “would do you a disservice to you if we release it in its current form.”

The developer is currently working on Toki Tori 2’s “weak spots, in all categories ranging from gameplay to graphics to technology.”

A final release date hasn’t been set, but Two Tribes hopes to have its first Wii U eShop game ready for early 2013.

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