Nintendo Download list: May 27th (Europe)

Nintendo of Europe have confirmed the latest downloadable titles to be released through both their WiiWare and Nintendo DSiWare services, with Virtual Console missing out from any new additions this week.

Mighty Milky Way is an undoubted highlight on Nintendo DSiWare, with the full list of content as follows:

WiiWare
* FAST – Racing League, Shin’en Multimedia – 1000 Wii Points

In the year 2112, extreme high speed races have captivated the imagination and interest of the masses. The latest antigravity racing technology introduced phase shifting and allowed for some of the most death defying action ever. The key to staying alive is to perfectly match the phase of the track with your racing machine. Prepare yourself for a whole new racing experience at breakneck speeds where you push your skills to the limit to win races and beat all kinds of records. You can also challenge your friends to an all-out split-screen competition. Compete against ruthless opponents and race to the top of all the league tables. Start your engines, the future is now.

Nintendo DSiWare
* Mighty Milky Way, WayForward – 800 Nintendo DSi Points

Are you ready to destroy planets and soar through space? With a pocket full of planet candy and a life full of boredom, green-skinned alien Luna needs your help to accomplish her secret mission. Prepare for fever-pitched puzzles as Luna uses her magical staff to create and destroy planets on a whim. Explode vicious space monsters, avoid sizzling electric barriers and grab all the delicious planet candy you can. But watch out for the T-Rex, Luna’s arch-nemesis. The power of his laser eyes is matched only by the animosity he has for Luna as a result of their bitter past.

* Successfully Learning English Year 5, Tivola – 500 Nintendo DSi Points

In Successfully Learning English Year 5, pupils are once again joined by the little vampire Freddy who will help them solve exciting exercises to help learn English in a playful way.

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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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