Nintendo E Shop Update (28 April 2016)

XENOBLADE CHRONICLES IS NOW AVAILABLE! That should be enough right?

WiiU

Xenoblade Chronicles (USD 19.99): You know you want this 150 hour RPG.

Mini Mario & Friends: Amiibo Challenge (Free): If you got Amiibos, time to play this up.

Lost Reavers (Free): Remember that Bandai Namco game that you can play with 3 other people like Indiana Jones in a dungeon looking for treasure? It’s now ready and yes it is free. No kidding.

3DS

Mini Mario & Friends: Amiibo Challenge (Free): If you got Amiibos, time to play this up. Because you can also play this on the 3DS too.

This week’s Atlus discounts applies to Etrian Odyssey IV and Etrian Mystery Dungeon. Not bad at all.

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Nintendo E Shop Updates (22 April 2016)

This week is all about StarFox and the last solid Nintendo offering for the months to come. Which kinda sucks. Probably there will be eShop sales (The last one just ended 2 hours ago at the time of writing) to cover for the lack of new stuff coming though.

WiiU

StarFox Guard (USD 14.99, or USD 10.00 if you’re buying with StarFox Zero): Surprisingly, Project Guard is a solid offering on top of StarFox Zero. Whether you want it or not, well, at least that’s optional too.

Mario Party DS (USD 9.99): Aside from the weird release of the Brain Age series on the WiiU VC, this is another because… we don’t have/ can’t have 4 WiiUs hooked up together. Sadly.

StarFox Zero (USD49.99): If you don’t want the physical version, then this is clearly cheaper.

3DS

No retail release. NADA. That was taken over by Bravely Second last week. Got yours yet?

Fire Emblem Fates has launched another DLC for another Map called the Witches Trial for USD 1.99. Part of Map Pack 1. So, buy Map Pack 1 instead since it has more value.

Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor Overclocked is discounted to USD 9.99. Really.

Plus Fire Emblem Fates has released the Home Themes in English. I bet The Men will sell a lot more.

Nintendo E Shop Update (15 April 2016)

Ah… Bravely Second is now here… But it shouldn’t just be the only thing on your mind though. Here are some other worthy releases of your time as well.

WiiU

Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day! (USD 6.99): I love the Brain Age series. But lack of mobility to bring it everywhere I go is sort of a bummer now. But still, I can probably enjoy this vertically on a huge ass WiiU Game Pad. May not be that good of an idea.

Lost Reavers (FREE!): The beta is now out. But I think you need to sign up with Bandai Namco first for that to happen.

Runbow and Shovel Knight are somewhat discounted. They are at USD 11.25 and USD 9.99 respectively. Fantastic games these two.

3DS

Bravely Second (USD 39.99): I have like 40 physical copies left that are cheaper than the digital price tag. But it’s your call~

Super Metroid: (USD 7.99): Because it’s the best Metroid you will ever play. Really.

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (USD 7.99): Because it’s the best 2D Zelda you will ever play. Zelda WiiU may just take best 3D version later this year.

The Legend of Legacy is discounted to USD 29.99. Not bad really. Shovel Knight for 3DS is also on discount at USD 9.99.

Owh, and the eShop Spring Sale is still on until 21st April. And I have plenty of e Shop codes of course.