Five new titles and a drop this week in addition to a demo for LEGO Lord of the Rings on this week's Nintendo Download!
eShop Exclusives Crazy Kangaroo (3D Digital Download - Gamelion, $3.99) LEGO Lord of the Rings (Retail Demo - WB Games) Mario Golf (3DS Virtual Console - Nintendo, $4.99) Nurikabe by Nikoli (3D Digital Download - Hamster Corporation, $4.99)
DSiWare (also available in the eShop) Robot Rescue 2 (Teyon, 200 points/$1.99)
Wii Shop Channel The Last Blade 2 (Wii Virtual Console - D4 Enterprise, 900 points)
Also, this week starts a series of three videos on how to play the upcoming DSiWare games Spirit Hunters Inc. (games launch November 22)
In addition, there's an update for Cave Story (eShop version) that fixes Curly's Story.
I recently heard someone say it was much superior to the GBA game but from what I remember, they're mostly the same. Still, five bucks. The only questions you have to answer for yourself are a) can I spare $5 and b) do I feel like going through a Mario Golf game.
The biggest bummer is that we'll never be able to unlock the characters that you could unlock by using that weird GB pak with the N64 game. Then again, I could never unlock them when I had the actual cartridge, either.
Nintendo should do the right thing and unlock them by default. I'm sure they can.
I'll pick up Mario Golf and Toki Tori, two wonderfully colourful GameBoy games, this week. GBC was my first handheld, and though I didn't own too many games, I really appreciated its ability to output colourful graphics. So much more appealing than the original Game Boy.
I also had this game on Dreamcast, and I'm seriously considering downloading this for Wii as well. Why not, right? *sigh* It's good to see another fighting game fan here on these boards. I think you and I are really the only ones...
I picked up Mario Golf and the LOTR demo. Mario Golf is still awesome as it was on the GBC. The LOTR demo is fun from what I played but man the ring spinning during loading is f'ing awesome. Some of the best 3D I have seen on the 3DS. Nice pop out effect.