This week's Nintendo Download includes two highly anticipated Game Boy Color titles to the 3DS Virtual Console, THE DENPA MEN 2, a demo for Project X Zone (available June 4), and a couple of new entries to the Wii U Virtual Console as well as some Wii U eShop sales (Runner2 is 25% off, Just Dance 4 and all DLC is 30% off through June 4). Be sure to check out all of this week's updates at noon EST today (May 30, 2013) at your favorite Nintendo Digital Storefront!
Wii U eShop
Ghosts & Goblins (NES) - Capcom, $4.99 ($2.49 with purchase of Mega Man X through June 5)
Mega Man X (Super Nintendo) - Capcom, $7.99 ($3.99 with the purchase of Ghosts & Goblins through June 5)
Gummy Bears Mini Golf - Clockwork Games, $5.99
THE DENPA MEN 2: Beyond the Waves - Genius Sonority, $11.99
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages (Game Boy Color) - Nintendo, $4.99
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons (Game Boy Color) - Nintendo, $4.99
Man I don't have time for this. Although I am near the end of Devil Survivor 2. Albeit I suspect that it will kick my butt and force me to spend time leveling up. I think that I will download the Zelda games ASAP but try not to start them until I finished Devil Survivor 2.
Hah, noted. To be fair, though, I've been all over the VC GB games from the start. With Oracles, I've now got a whopping 17 GB titles on my 3DS, more than half of which I've never owned. For whatever reason, I seem to gravitate to GB games more than new eShop titles.
I wouldn't say I was burned. I assumed when I bought the games that I would be able to play them on all future Nintendo consoles free of charge, but Nintendo never promised that. And now I have a strong reason to suspect that won't be the case.
No, but I think it's a pretty safe guess that there won't be a Wii mode on the next Nintendo console. If that's the case, it may well be that I won't be able to transfer my Wii VC games without first paying to upgrade them to the Wii U versions (if at all).
@Jargon The pay-to-upgrade deal is future proof, as long as the Wii U's library matches or eclipses that of the Wii. I suppose you can argue that it's unfair to "force" a payment to upgrade your Wii version, but the upgrade has its benefits.
I'm a little disappointed. The game is a little too ridiculous with the fanservice, and I don't mean the fact that it has a lot of different characters from different games. It's also a really overwhelming demo, gameplay-wise, and it's hard to tell what's going on. The super animations are very smooth, but they really go overboard with all the zooming in on women's jiggling boobs.