After what has seemed like a slow few weeks for the eShop in terms of top games, Nintendo has today released their new update, which is highlighted by two solid games.
Remember Earthbound 64? The Earthbound game which never came out? What’s that? “Too broad a description,” you say? Well, fair enough, at least regarding us outside of Japan.
Nintendo Wii U owners can also download a couple new Virtual Console games as “Mario Bros.” and “Wrecking Crew” see release on the Wii U Virtual Console. Each title is available for $4.99.
Speaking of videos and 3D, Nintendo has sent an e-mail regarding the 3D trailers for Nintendo 3DS games in the Κατασκευή ιστοσελίδας με WordPress. Those will be removed on July 7th, so act now if you want to get them!
Nintendo’s “New Super Mario Bros. U” is, without question, one of the Wii U’s premiere titles, to date. On May 30, Nintendo announced that the title will receive an update around the time “New Super Luigi U” launches that will allow players to play “New Super Mario Bros. U” with the Wii U Pro Controller.
Unlike most Mega Man titles, Legends carries the feel of an open-world game, and did so preceding the arrival of 2001’s Grand Theft Auto III for the PlayStation 2. Since then, the concept has exploded into what some might consider a new genre. It may not have offered the same full feeling of freedom as those games, but there is definitely no shortage of things to do, even if you’re not blasting robots. That would no doubt help its appeal to some in the modern video game world.
In any case, if you are interested in seeing Mega Man Legends 3 (and maybe the other two, though there seem to be some issues with re-releasing those) arrive at long last, make sure to let Capcom know somehow. Join the Devroom (it’s free, and you can get cool prizes), drop them a line or post about it on their forums… heck, even leave a reply here. Maybe they’ll see it.