Now finalising changes that will allow users to purchase Wii U and Nintendo 3DS games digitally on their official website, that background tinkering has allowed Nintendo of Europe to share more information about games listed on the Nintendo eShop.
Those changes introduce improved icons that clarify compatible controllers, supported languages and which region the version is for. That’s all useful to know prior to choosing whether to buy or not, but, of more interest, is the download size.
Whether that can narrowly squeeze on to a Wii U Basic Set is anyone’s guess at this point, but should prompt those that regularly have to manage their available storage space to invest in an external hard drive.
Star Fox Zero will launch exclusively for Wii U in Japan on April 21st, and worldwide on April 22nd.