Nintendo Download: 16th July 2015 (Australia)

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Australia’s Nintendo Download is incredibly similar to Europe this week, seeing Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, PokéPark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure, Final Fight One and Super Street Fighter II Turbo Revival expand Wii U’s Virtual Console service.

On Nintendo 3DS, Inazuma Eleven GO: Light & Shadow kick into touch whereas I Love My Dogs will let you care for abandoned puppies.

Special Offers (Wii U)
* Squids Odyssey, The Game Bakers – $6.99, normally $14.99

Special Offers (3DS)
* Squids Odyssey, The Game Bakers – $6.99, normally $14.99

Virtual Console (Wii U)
* Final Fight One (GBA), Capcom – $9.10
Haggar, Cody and Guy team up to defeat the Mad Gear gang once and for all! There’s trouble in Metro City, as the Mad Gear gang have kidnapped the mayor’s daughter. However, they didn’t bank on mayor Haggar, ex-street fighter, and the iron fist team of Cody and Guy coming to her rescue. Final Fight One is a comprehensive conversion of the hit arcade game, featuring improvements over the SNES version like three playable characters and an additional stage. Plus you can unlock special features such as alternate character costumes, and there are new power-ups to discover.

* Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (DS), Nintendo – $13
Mario and Luigi team up with their younger selves in a time-twisting, tongue-in-cheek tale that sees the heroic brothers face a new foe: mushroom-like aliens known as Shroobs! In Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, take control of both adult and baby versions of the heroes, and use their unique skills in the battle scenes as you get hands-on to hit the right buttons at the right moment. This hilarious role-playing adventure features a wacky sense of humour and appearances by all your favourite characters, from Yoshi to Baby Bowser.

* PokéPark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure (Wii), Nintendo – $26
In PokéPark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure, it’s up to you to protect the PokéPark from danger by collecting pieces of the precious Sky Prism and ensuring the safety of the PokéPark. But with the Sky Prism pieces spread across all kinds of environments and only attainable after completing tricky challenges, saving the day isn’t going to be easy! The adventure begins when Pikachu and some Pokémon pals are led into a mysterious tunnel – a tunnel that proves to be a hole leading to a place known as the PokéPark. Within this place lie vast beaches, snowy landscapes, underground mines and – above all – a seemingly never-ending stream of fun games to enjoy!

* Super Street Fighter II Turbo Revival (GBA), Capcom – $9.10
One of the greatest fighting games of all time just got even greater! Capcom’s timeless masterpiece, Street Fighter II, conquered Game Boy Advance with this unique version featuring 16 combatants and more modes than a fighting game fan could wish for! Super Street Fighter II Turbo Revival features more than half a dozen different modes to choose from, from Arcade to Team Battle, and Time Attack to Missions – plus all your favourite characters from Akuma to Zangief.

3DS Download Software
* I Love My Dogs, Bigben Interactive – $39.95
Become a best friend to animals by taking in abandoned puppies. Look after them every day so they flourish with their new family: feed them, pat them, train them, groom them and play with them. Discover the town around you: take them for walks in the park, enter competitions on the beach and buy new toys and accessories for them at the market. Change the way they look with a wide range of accessories. 8 dog breeds to choose from: Dalmatian, Husky, Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, Australian Kelpie, Beagle, Border Collie, Brittany Spaniel; 21 activities for playing and training your puppies.

* Inazuma Eleven GO: Light, Nintendo – $59.95
* Inazuma Eleven GO: Shadow, Nintendo – $59.95
Summon up your fighting spirit as Raimon Jr. High takes to the pitch again! New footie stars, new moves and a whole new adventure’s kicking off in Inazuma Eleven GO: Light and Inazuma Eleven GO: Shadow on Nintendo 3DS and 2DS systems! Ten years after Inazuma Eleven 3, newbie Arion Sherwind is putting on his Raimon High soccer kit. It’s his first day, and he’s revved up to be joining the school’s famous football club. But after a weird kid appears on the pitch, Arion works out the club is going to be closed down by a shady company called Fifth Sector, the big bosses in charge of youth football. Time to lace up! Before you even think about going near a ball, you’ve got to make a choice between two editions, Light and Shadow. The core content is the same, but there are unique characters, techniques and teams (among other things) to each. Which one will you choose?

[Thanks Vooks]

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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