Nintendo Download list: March 8th (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:

WiiWare Demo
* Anima: Ark of Sinners, Anima Game Studio – Free
Everything begins and ends in the forgotten city of Ark. While fleeing from their pursuers, Celia and Nemo fall into the depths of the earth to empty metropolis inhabited only by shadows. Explore the huge world of Ark and when things get tricky, control Celia’s multiple combos and special attacks in this fascinating RPG saga.

Virtual Console (Wii)
* Mega Man X, Capcom – 800 Wii Points
When Mega Man advanced from NES to Super Nintendo, the big guy made a leap too. 100 years after the original hero’s adventures, Mega Man X features an even greater generation of robot known as X who will join the Maverick Hunter Zero to destroy the dangerous new threat of the reploids.

* Samurai Shodown IV: Amakusa’s Revenge, D4 Enterprise – 900 Wii Points
Samurai Shodown IV: Amakusa’s Revenge is the fourth instalment in the Samurai Shodown series that originally launched in 1996. The combat system has been tweaked to enhance the experience, including a vastly altered Rage Explosion System and new more powerful chain combos. There are also multiple endings depending on the time taken to clear the game, encouraging you to improve your skills and speed if you want to see the One True Ending.

Nintendo 3DS Demo
* Dead or Alive Dimensions, Tecmo Koei – Free
Experience a free demo of the famous fighting franchise Dead or Alive in full 3D for the first time on Nintendo 3DS. Dead or Alive Dimensions is a fighting game that can be enjoyed by anyone, no matter their level of ability. Enjoy thrilling combat against computer opponents, take on a friend in a duel and have virtual battles with other players using StreetPass.

Nintendo eShop (Nintendo 3DS)
* Fun! Fun! Minigolf TOUCH!, Shin’en Multimedia – £4.50/€5
You can play across as many as 81 holes, from America to Asia and Europe. Take part in the glamour of international golf by earning coins to spend them on flight tickets, trick shot qualifications, luxury equipment and much more. Golfers will be aided by the sophisticated touch controls, making the putting experience more fun and rewarding.

Virtual Console (Nintendo 3DS)
* Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters, Nintendo – £2.70/€3
Get ready for the launch of Kid Icarus: Uprising on Nintendo 3DS, with this classic, Kid Icarus™ Of Myths and Monsters, originally created for the Game Boy. Pit returns to face off against the evil forces of the mysterious demon Orcos. The game expands on the original vertical-scrolling action game by bringing a new side-scrolling action-adventure dimension.

Nintendo DSiWare
* 1001 BlockBusters, Selectsoft – £1.80/€2 (Nintendo 3DS) 200 Nintendo DSi Points (Nintendo DSi)
Across 1001 levels of excitement, 1001 BlockBusters combines classic gameplay with immersive 3D graphics. You can use the stylus to catch, bounce and break balls through advanced 3D structures in amazing worlds including Fantasy Forest and Ancient Greece. With over a dozen bonuses, 300 kinds of blocks and more than 15 power-ups and power-downs1001 BlockBusters will provide many thrilling hours of fun.

* Successfully Learning Mathematics Year 5, Tivola – £4.50/€5 (Nintendo 3DS) 500 Nintendo DSi Points (Nintendo DSi)
It’s time for pupils to get their thinking caps on as they solve exciting maths problems with the little vampire Freddy. Freddy will help kids to learn maths in a playful way, supporting them along with the way with helpful tips. There’s even a bonus game at the end to encourage practice. To make the game as useful as possible, all the problems are based on the current curriculum for maths. It is available in German, English, Spanish, French, Italian and Turkish.

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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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