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Nintendo Download for October 25, 2012.
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October 25, 2012, 16:16:08
 
This week's Nintendo Download is packed full of content! Three Virtual Console games, two new eShop games, a new demo, a Mutant Mudds update, a new DSiWare title, and two New Super Mario Bros. 2 level packs drop today, October 25. A brand new Professor Layton game for 3DS arrives in the eShop Sunday, October 28.

eShop Exclusives
Castlevania: The Adventure
(3DS Virtual Console (Game Boy) - Konami, $2.99)
Ghosts & Goblins (3DS Virtual Console (NES) - Capcom, $4.99)
Liberation Maiden (3D Digital Download - Level 5, $7.99)
Marvell Pinball Demo (3D Digital Download - ZEN Studios, free)
Mutant Mudds Update (3D Digital Download - Renegade Kid, free for current owners)
NightSky (3D Digital Download - Nicalis, $9.99)
Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask (3DS Retail Download, Available October 28 - Nintendo, $39.99)

DSiWare (also available in the eShop)
18th Gate
(Circle Entertainment, 500 points/$4.99)

Wii Shop Channel
Shock Troopers
(Wii Virtual Console (Neo Geo) - D4 Enterprise, 900 points)

DLC
New Super Mario Bros. 2 Coin Rush Packs
($2.50 for three levels each)
  • Coin Challenge Pack B
  • Gold Mushroom Pack

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    Posted: 10/25/12, 16:16:08  - Edited by 
     on: 10/26/12, 17:39:47    
     
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    Liberation Maiden is pretty good, the controls take some getting used to, the aiming is very intuitive but the flight controls with the circle pad are a little awkward and sluggish. Also the game is very visually busy, it took me a while to figure out what the hell is going on but now I'm used to it. Reminds me a bit of Vanquish, the tone is similar, good silly anime fun.


    Posted by 
     on: 10/30/12, 05:43:41
    @GameDadGrant

    Ludist210's Mutant Mudds Review said:
    Mutant Mudds isn't a bad game. It's a good game, just not a great one.
    Like I said, not bad. Not great. Just good.


    Posted by 
     on: 10/30/12, 15:33:53
    @ludist210

    Good enough then, I suppose. Indeed, it is a good game.

    I still need to get around to playing the 20 new stages that came in the latest update, but all my 3DS time has been devoted to Virtue's Last Reward...

    .... I have no regrets!


    Posted by 
     on: 10/30/12, 17:00:46
    @GameDadGrant

    Yeah, I finished the first eight, but then got distracted by NightSky.


    Posted by 
     on: 10/30/12, 17:04:47
    Got Nightsky already on PC. Puzzle fatigue set in when the difficulty ramped up. (ha, puns)


    Posted by 
     on: 10/30/12, 23:49:19
    deathly_hallows said:
    Liberation Maiden is pretty good, the controls take some getting used to, the aiming is very intuitive but the flight controls with the circle pad are a little awkward and sluggish. Also the game is very visually busy, it took me a while to figure out what the hell is going on but now I'm used to it. Reminds me a bit of Vanquish, the tone is similar, good silly anime fun.
    Yep, yep, yep! My sentiments exactly - just purchased the game yesterday and am really enjoying it. In some weird way, the game actually rejuvenated my love for KI: Uprising. After a level, I exit the game to take control of ol' Pitty Pat; man, that's a heckuva game.

    Anyway, Suda51 has delivered again, IMO. I hear Liberation Maiden's campaign is pretty short, but even with completing the first 2 levels I find myself replaying them over and over to top my high score. It's a very nice addition to an already fairly robust eShop library


    Posted by 
     on: 11/05/12, 00:34:54  - Edited by 
     on: 11/05/12, 00:35:52
    Man, NightSky really does look like the night sky. They did a fine job with this game


    Posted by 
     on: 11/05/12, 10:01:41
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