The original Excitebike™ game returns, re-mastered with Nintendo's 3D technology and available exclusively via Nintendo eShop! Tackle perilous obstacle courses alone or face off against rival bikers as you compete in white-knuckle motocross races that pit you against the clock. Make good time, and you might get a chance to race in a legendary Excitebike rally. Or if you feel the need for customized speed, create your own tracks to race on using the intuitive Course Editor feature that now lets you save up to 32 dream courses of your own design! Get ready for the ride of your life¬ with 3D Classics: Excitebike, and rediscover an old favorite enhanced to a new dimension!
Download the FREE Pokédex™ 3D application available exclusively through Nintendo eShop on the Nintendo 3DS system, and start collecting data on over 150 Pokémon™ from the Pokémon Black and Pokémon White Version games! This exciting new application lets you see each Pokémon in 3D with animated motion and sound, and you can rotate the Pokémon image 360 degrees to zoom in and view it from any angle. The detailed Pokédex also allows you to search, sort, and filter all of the data you receive in a variety of ways, making it the essential guide for Pokémon fans!
Two games in one! Close-up torpedo battles plus long-distance missile strategy.
If you prefer long-distance battles, choose Game A to strategically deploy your fleet and engage the enemy in pulse-pouding missile face-off. Find and sink your enemy's vessels before your opponent finds and sinks yours! Or if face-to-face battles are more your forte, choose Game B, climb into your fleet's submarine, and set off to face your opponent's fleet head-on. Use your sub's sonar to track enemy movements from beneath the waves, then surface to attack. But keep in mind, while you're hunting the enemy, your enemy's sub is hunting you...
Interstellar bounce-back action with a deadly energy ball!
Your spaceship is at the gate of the Alleyway™.
As Mario™, you will need to use your vessel to deflect the energy ball towards oncoming space grids. Hitting the grids will either weaken or destroy them, and you'll need to keep returning shots until the entire field is cleared!
As you progress through each level, you will confront new challenges of alternating stages, bonus rounds, and more. Speed and agile reflexes will quickly become your strongest allies as you reach to beat the top score!
@vids I've been playing Super Mario Land and it looks great! The graphics have sort of a soft look to them but it's not blurry at all, all the original pixels are clearly defined. The black and white color scheme looks great and feels like playing the old Game Boy (under excellent lighting conditions). Fast movement is not a problem here, unlike the old games.
@PabloXl5 It's not just you. I wanted to check out some DSiWare games but I'm still having problems connecting to eShop.
Wait, are you having trouble getting the system update, or do you have the system update already but can't access the eShop?
Still, I managed to transfer all of my DSiWare (except for Pinball Pulse :( ). Except for one scary hitch, where I almost deleted my DS Wi-Fi settings, it went alright. At first, it seemed super-slow, but that was just the picture transfer. And the interface is so cute! Pikmin!
So now that I'm home, I've finally managed to download the update. I am... somewhat unimpressed by the store.
First, having to enter your birthday each time, really?
Second, scrolling through all the content and the categories is a pain. And if there is an option to change the layout and make the icons smaller but display more of them at once, the way you can on the 3DS's menu, I'm not finding it.
Third, gotta watch those things as they download? And can't queue them up? I thought Nintendo was serious about their online store this time?
But anyway, at least we now got something.
Super Mario Land is about as shoddy as I remember, with its annoying collision detection that makes you go through blocks you should hit. I downloaded Radar Mission thinking it was Solar Strike, a shmup, when it is in fact Battleship.