This week's Nintendo Download is packed with content! Not much on the Wii U front this week, but the Virtual Console has one release. The 3DS eShop keeps going strong with three new eShop titles, four Virtual Console titles, a retail game, and a new demo for Project X Zone. Be sure to check out your favorite digital storefront at noon EST today (June 27, 2013) for all of this week's Nintendo updates!
Wii U eShop
Vegas Stakes (Super Nintendo) - Nintendo, $7.99
Crash City Rivals (available July 2) - Majesco, $19.99
Gabrielle's Ghostly Groove Mini - Natsume, $3.99
Kokuga - G. rev, $14.99
Urban Trial Freestyle - Strangelands Ltd., $5.59 (limited time sale price)
People would come bump into you and you'd lose $40,000. It made me the cynical, suspicious, paranoid man I am today. If anyone bumps into me ever, anywhere, I scream and throw them to the ground and check their pockets for my wallet.
So far it's just been accidental contact, but one day my efforts will pay off when I catch that inevitable pickpocket.
@deathly_hallows I kind of doubt it. Sounds like the "rotating" of the turret is built into the core gameplay, being able to just point wherever you want whenever you want would change that dynamic.
There is no continuous stream of bullets either; the L and R shoulder buttons are used to rotate the turret on top of the ship, with the B button firing off a shot and the circle pad allowing movement.
Hmm, single cart multiplayer sounds cool...
Download play is supported, with up to four players able to play cooperatively using a single game cart.
@Zero Ooooh, yeah, I was just reading their official site, it's a tank game and you use the triggers to rotate the turret, it's kind of like the DSiWare game... what's it called? Where you're the little army tank? Anyway it was really fun. I might have to pick this up.
Nintendo are you kidding me. Japan got Pilotwings, Super Mario Kart, Secret of Mana, and FF6 last two weeks. We all know what we got last week then followed by a Vegas gambling game.......guess Reggie didn't think our bodies were ready.....
Vegas Stakes was fun back in the day, as was the NES predecessor, Vegas Dream. In this day and age though...I'm hard pressed to drop $8 on a casino game that I can't take with me on the go, especially with so many free alternatives available elsewhere. The characters you meet just aren't worth that kind of money.