Nintendo Download list: August 23rd (Europe)

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Nintendo of Europe have announced the latest content to be made available through the Wii Shop Channel, Nintendo DSi Shop and Nintendo eShop.

The full list of content is as follows:

Virtual Console (Wii)
* 2020 Super Baseball, D4 Enterprise – 900 Wii Points
In the Cyber Egg Stadium, the home run zone is worryingly small and the fair zone impressively wide. There is even a stop zone, which stops any ball that lands there. This all makes for a unique baseball experience, in an initially perplexing but ultimately brilliant and testing title, originally released in 1991.

Nintendo 3DS Demo
* LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, Warner Bros. – Free
Whatever your age, if you’re a Batman fan you’ll love this new and original story filled with classic LEGO® videogame action and humour as players fight to put the bad guys back behind bars.

Virtual Console (3DS)
* Donkey Kong Jr., Nintendo – £4.50
This is a game where speed is of the essence and high scores are up for grabs. Avoid nasty critters like Snapjaws and Nitpickets and start swinging and rack up those points. Just don’t forget the most important thing – rescue DK.

* NES Open Tournament Golf, Nintendo – £3.60
Whether it’s Mario or Luigi you choose to play with, golfing success depends on careful tactics and advanced timing. You must set up your shot on the overhead map screen by choosing the correct club and adjusting for wind speed and direction. Then switch over to the action screen and shoot away.

Nintendo 3DS Add-on Content
* Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, Square Enix – £0.90 each
Final Fanasy III – Crystal Cave (FMS)
Final Fantasy X – Challenge (BMS)
Final Fantasy XI – Ragnarok (BMS)
Final Fantasy XII – The Royal City of Rabanastre / Town Ward Upper Stratum (FMS)

Nintendo DSiWare
* Rummikub, Games Factory Online – £7.20 (Nintendo 3DS) 800 Nintendo DSi Points (Nintendo DSi)
Rummikub was created in the 1950s by Ephraim Hertzano and his children Micha and Mariana Hertzano, who later exported the game to five continents. Challenge yourself in this adaptation of a classic puzzle game.

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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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