Nintendo Download list: 20th February 2014 (North America)

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North America responds to the call of the jungle drum once more, with Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze joins the Nintendo Download list this week.

Elsewhere, there’s Ice Hockey on Wii U’s Virtual Console, Sky Kid on 3DS’ Virtual Console, whilst LEVEL-5’s comedic Weapon Shop de Omasse also hits Nintendo’s handheld.

The full list is as follows:

Virtual Console (Wii U)
* Ice Hockey, Nintendo – $4.99
Ice hockey is a hard-hitting, fast-action competitive sport. And this game recreates all of the excitement, from face-offs to penalty shots. Pick your team’s formation by selecting the features of your players, and get ready for face-off! Pass the puck and shoot to score, but don’t forget to strengthen your defense when it’s your opponent’s turn to attack! It’s up to you to find the best strategy to win the game—finesse or power. You can use fake shots to surprise your adversaries or start a fight on the ice to crush them! Whichever you choose, you’d better be prepared for complete mayhem!

Wii U Download Software
* Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Nintendo – TBC
Donkey Kong barrel blasts onto the Wii U system! In Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, team up with buddies to master their moves, from Diddy Kong and his barrel jet to the fresh additions of Dixie Kong with her spinning ponytail and Cranky Kong with his cane bounce. Journey across six distinct islands filled with dynamic levels and non-stop action.

Virtual Console (3DS)
* Sky Kid, Namco Bandai – $4.99
The Mekazukin army has put the peaceful country of Bird Land in their crosshairs, and initiated an all-out invasion. It is up to the “sky kids” to end their tyranny. Guide fellow friends and rivals, Baron and Max, to a battle in the skies in one or two-player action. Pilot their planes up and down against an arsenal of ground and air forces. In each mission, grab the bomb located in the level to then drop on an enemy fortress. Then land safely on the runway to proceed to the next level. Keep a steady

3DS Download Software
* Kung Fu Rabbit, Neko Entertainment – $4.99
Life in the temple of rabbits hangs by a thread. Universal Evil has struck again and kidnapped all of your disciples. Only you managed to escape. They let you live… They’ll soon regret it! Use your agility and combat skills to save your disciples! Jump from roof to roof, slide gracefully along walls, sneak up on your enemies, and rip them them to shreds! Detailed graphics, humour, hours of gameplay and intuitive controls. Each of the 70 levels requires logic, precision, agility and lots of sabre rattling. The game also has lots of trophies to win, babies to save, carrots to eat, and a Universal Evil to expunge.

* Quell Reflect, CIRCLE Entertainment – $3.99
Quell Reflect is an enchanting game of logic, which has taken the puzzle world by storm. Put your brain to the test with this charming puzzle game that features over 100 levels of addictive, lateral thinking. Featuring a beautiful exclusive soundtrack by Steven Cravis, Quell Reflect is a deceptively simple, and easy to pickup game that will test your brain in new ways. Be prepared to lose yourself in this entrancing Zen classic!

* Weapon Shop de Omasse, LEVEL-5 – $7.99
From the mind of comedian Yoshiyuki Hirai comes Weapon Shop de Omasse, a humorous twist on the classic fantasy adventure. You are Yuhan, an apprentice in a weapon rental shop inside an RPG. Make weapons to the rhythm, rent them out to a hodgepodge of heroes and follow their quests through the “Grindcast” adventure stream. Forge your destiny today in this quirky love letter to classic RPGs!

Nintendo Video
* Inazuma Eleven, LEVEL-5 – Free
To celebrate the recent release of Inazuma Eleven, check out the first three full-length episodes of the Inazuma Eleven anime for free in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS. The Inazuma Eleven game is a world-renowned soccer RPG that lets you build your team, learn spectacular super moves and take your character all the way to the top.

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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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