Nintendo eShop Update: 17th September 2015 (Europe)


This week’s Nintendo eShop Update is in, once again seeing Wii U taking the lion’s share of content. That is headlined by Simogo’s haunting Year Walk becoming available, and accompanied by three new Virtual Console releases in Mario vs. Donkey Kong, Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis and Tecmo Bowl.

Beyond that, Nintendo 3DS sees a quieter week with new Senran Kagura 2 add-on content, a Fantasy Pirates demo and new Pokémon-inspired 3DS HOME menu themes.

Special Offers (Wii U)

  • Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition, Digital Lounge – £2.87 (€3.19) until 24th September 2015, normally £7.19 (€7.99)
  • Blocky Bot, Mobot Studios – £0.94 (€1.29) until 1st October 2015, normally £1.89 (€2.69)
  • Bombing Bastards, Sanuk Games – £4.49 (€4.99) until 24th September 2015, normally £5.99 (€6.99)
  • Fit Music for Wii U, O2 GAMES – £11.90 (€12.90) until 15th October 2015, normally £24.90 (€29.90)
  • Luv Me Buddies Wonderland, O2 GAMES – £11.90 (€12.90) until 15th October 2015, normally £24.90 (€29.90)
  • Paper Monsters Recut, Mobot Studios – £2.69 (€3.19) until 1st October 2015, normally £5.49 (€6.49)
  • Spot The Differences: Party!, Sanuk Games – £2.69 (€2.99) until 24th September 2015, normally £4.49 (€5)

Special Offers (3DS)

  • Another World – 20th Anniversary Edition, Digital Lounge – £2.87 (€3.19) until 24th September 2015, normally £7.19 (€7.99)
  • Fractured Soul, Endgame Studios -£1.79 (€1.99) until 1st October 2015, normally £7.19 (€7.99)
  • Glory of Generals, CIRCLE Entertainment – £5.59 (€6.99) until 8th October 2015, normally £7.99 (€9.99)
  • Quell Reflect, CIRCLE Entertainment – £2.39 (€2.99) until 8th October 2015, normally £3.19 (€3.99)
  • Swords & Soldiers 3D, CIRCLE Entertainment – £4.19 (€5.19) until 8th October 2015, normally £5.59 (€6.99)
  • Talking Phrasebook – 7 Languages, Sanuk Games – £2.69 (€2.99) until 24th September 2015, normally £4.49 (€4.99)

Virtual Console (Wii U)

  • Mario vs. Donkey Kong (Game Boy Advance), Nintendo – £6.29 (€6.99)

Mario vs. Donkey Kong pits the Nintendo mascot against his old adversary in a unique twist on the platform genre that made them famous. The mischievous ape has swiped all the Mini Mario toys from Mario’s toy factory, so it’s up to you to rescue them from across six inventive worlds. You’ll be scratching your head at puzzles in some stages before leading Mini Marios to safety in the next, each world ending with a showdown against Donkey Kong himself!

  • Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis (Nintendo DS), Nintendo – £8.99 (€9.99)

Take control of the Mini Marios and rescue Pauline from a jealous Donkey Kong! In the first Mario vs. Donkey Kong, Mario was trying to find all the Mini Marios, but this time it’s up to them to save the day! Use the touch screen to guide Mini Marios through multiple mind-boggling, obstacle-filled levels to rescue Pauline who was captured once again by Donkey Kong. As well as Mini Mario toys, you also have Mini Donkey Kong, Mini Toad, and Mini Peach figures at your disposal. Use them to traverse 80 perilous stages, avoiding DK’s mini-minions, and facing off against the angry ape himself!

  • Tecmo Bowl, Tecmo Koei Games – £3.49 (€4.99)

Take your team through the ranks of American football greatness! Based on the classic arcade game, Tecmo Bowl puts you in tense American football matches as you take control of one of 12 teams and try to take them all the way to the top! Go head-to-head with a human opponent, or against the computer in action or coaching modes. Plan your plays like a pro, and then make your mark on the field by controlling every pass, block, run, and tackle.

Wii U Download Software

  • Year Walk, Simogo – £6.29 (€6.99)

Grim tales, horrifying creatures and cryptic enigmas await in the dark woods of 19th century Sweden. Lose yourself in an ancient rite which bleeds from the TV screen into our world through the Wii U GamePad. Set out on a vision quest to foresee the future and use the screen in your hands to study a mysterious folklore encyclopedia, decipher hints and take notes. Solve tactile puzzles using motion controls and listen for clues through the GamePad. Unravel the mysteries which lie between fact, fiction, past and present in Year Walk.

3DS Add-on Content

  • Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson ‘Hipster, ‘ Marvelous Europe – £4.49 (€4.99)

3DS Download Demo

  • Fantasy Pirates, EnjoyUp Games – Free

Join in the adventures of the pirate clan. Sail the seas in search of islands and forts with treasures. It is a world of fantasy where you will find unusual things like piggy boats, rare sea monsters and all types of strange objects. Keep both treasures and enemies in sight with 360-degree circular navigation, a simple, yet very effective system. Another ability of your fantastic pirate ship is that it jumps and dives, which is very necessary to dodge or jump over obstacles and move forward in the adventure. The touch screen controls shooting, which means you will have intuitive and absolute precision. Try Adventure mode with a pyramid-shaped map where you choose both your path and the difficulty, and fight with over 15 enemies simultaneously. Get special items, such as the ‘super cannon’, which will give you total destructive power, devastating everything you find along the way, or the ‘flea ship’ item, where you become as small as an elusive flea. Challenge your friends in the 1-on-1 online mode to become the world’s greatest pirate!

3DS HOME Menu Themes

  • Pikachu Set: Dance & Cry, Nintendo – £3.59 (€3.99)

Includes Pokémon: Pikachu’s Cry! and Pokémon: Dancing Pikachu! at a reduced price. [Available until 31st October 2015]

  • Pokémon: Dancing Pikachu!, Nintendo – £2.29 (€2.49)

This fun theme shows a bunch of Pikachu dancing on stage! Scroll the Touch Screen to make them dance and hear their voices.

  • Pokémon: Pikachu’s Cry!, Nintendo – £2.29 (€2.49)

This theme is packed with lots of different Pikachu cries that play when starting software, scrolling the Touch Screen and more!

  • Pokémon 151: Mewtwo, Nintendo – £1.79 (€1.99)

This theme matches the high-quality designer look of the “Pokémon 151” clothing line, with a few changes. Now including Mew!

Written by
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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