The 8-Bit Summer continues in this week's Nintendo Download!
eShop Exclusives Sweet Memories: Black Jack (3D Digital Download - Circle Entertainment, $3.99) Johnny Kung Fu (3D Digital Download - UFO Interactive, $5.99) Kirby's Pinball Land (3DS Virtual Console - Nintendo, $2.99) The Sword of Hope II (3DS Virtual Console - Kemco, $2.99)
DSiWare (also available in the eShop) Ace Mathician (Circle Entertainment, 200 points) Candle Route (Teyon, 200 points)
Wii Shop Channel Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition (WiiWare - Konami, 700 points) The King of Fighters '96 (Wii Virtual Console - D4 Publisher, 900 points)
Game of the Weekend (July 13 at 9:00 a.m. PST until July 15 at 9:00 p.m. PST) Mighty Switch Force (3DS Digital Download - WayForward Technologies, $2.99 sale price)
DLC Theatrhythm Final Fantasy (songs cost $0.99 each)
Somnus (Final Fantasy Series)
Battle (Final Fantasy VI)
Sarutabaruta (Final Fantasy XI)
Desperate Struggle (Final Fantasy XIII)
Source (special thanks to NintendoLife for having the complete list with publishers and prices).
Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition came out a week ago on the 360. I downloaded the demo but haven't tried it yet. Hopefully it's good; I tend to like the Frogger games; even widely-disliked ones like the 3D game for PC/Playstation.
The Somnus song for Theatrhythm is from FF Versus XIII, right? I was confused for a bit, thinking it was a song used in every game that I wasn't aware of but doing a quick search for it brought this up:
I'm not sure if this counts as "download" stuff, but it's worth noting all the Yoshi stuff available now in Mario Tennis Open:
New Playable Character: White Yoshi New Playable Character: Black Yoshi New Playable Character: Light Blue Yoshi New Playable Character: Yellow Yoshi New Playable Character: Blue Yoshi New Playable Character: Red Yoshi New Playable Character: Pink Yoshi
New Costume Available: Yoshi Costume
You have to go to mariotennisopen.com and scan the QR codes there to unlock all the Yoshis. Does that count as DLC? Or something else?
I'm wondering if I should include it though, since Nintendo doesn't mention it in their presser. With one game, it's easy to list DLC, but for multiple games with no notice from Nintendo, that would take a lot of digging to find them...