Nintendo Download list: March 15th (Europe)

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

The full list of content is as follows:

Virtual Console (Wii)
* Strider, SEGA – 800 Wii Points
The Mega Drive classic is back! Immerse yourself in a variety of absorbing levels ranging from the Siberian Wilderness to the Grandmaster’s Lair, the Third Moon. Throughout the game you can improve you chances of success as you battle the Grandmaster by gaining the help of robotic allies, increasing your attack range and gaining extra lives by defeating enemies. But you must be quick because it’s game over once your time runs out!

Virtual Console (Nintendo 3DS)
* Metroid, Nintendo – £4.50/€5
See the return of this classic NES Sci-Fi action game. There are many discoveries to be made and use Samus’s Morph Ball ability to search every nook and cranny to uncover power-ups like the Ice Beam, Varia Suit and Screw Attack. Journey back to the planet Zebes and take out the Pirates’ leader, Mother Brain, and restore peace to the galaxy!

Nintendo DSiWare
* 1st Class Poker & BlackJack, GameOn – £4.50/€5 (Nintendo 3DS) 500 Nintendo DSi Points (Nintendo DSi)
All the fun of the casino in the palm of your hands. Enjoy the excitement of the casino with up to four of your friends by in the local multiplayer mode. You can even celebrate your victories – or commiserate your losses – with the aid of the integrated voice and text chat.

* Battle of the Elements, EnjoyUp Games – £4.50/€5 (Nintendo 3DS) 500 Nintendo DSi Points (Nintendo DSi)
Save the planet in Battle of the Elements featuring an immersive story mode with 8 selectable characters across 40 mind-bending missions. You’ll need to think quickly as you move your stylus fast to secure victory. There’s also an endless marathon mode offering hours of great gameplay as you compete with yourself to achieve the highest score, and a two player VS mode to challenge your friends.

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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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