2012 concludes with a bang with this week's Nintendo Download! The highly-anticipated follow-up to Fluidity lands in the 3DS eShop this week, as does the Blue Bomber's original adventure. An import NES title also hits the 3DS among other titles. Also be sure to check out Chasing Aurora, Little Inferno, and Trine 2 on the Wii U eShop because they're on sale this week! Be sure to check out your favorite Nintendo storefront today, December 27, 2012, at noon EST to see all of the latest Nintendo updates.
Wii U eShop Retail Titles
eShop Digital Titles
3DS eShop Retail Titles
eShop Digital Titles
Fluidity: Spin Cycle - Nintendo, $10.99
Johnny Impossible - UFO Interactive, $5.99
Mahjong 3D - Warriors of the Emperor - TREVA Entertainment, $9.99
Mega Man (NES) - Capcom, $4.99
Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels (NES) - Nintendo, $4.99
Ice Man beat me, too. His shots are powerful! Mega Man can only take like, 3 hits from him (with a full bar of health) before he blows up. Ouch. It's frustrating, because dodging Ice Man's attacks isn't too difficult. But if you're slightly off, you'll pay for it. Harshly.
Already downloaded Fluidity. I really want to polish off Time Fcuk before I play it, but these extra puzzles are ridiculously tough...takes me hours to figure them out. If I don't break and look up the solution on youtube, that is...
Cut Man > Elec Man > Ice Man > Fire Man > Bomb Man > Guts Man
At least, that's what I think it is. Regardless, some of the Robot Masters in that game are insanely hard to defeat without the weakness weapon (Elec Man comes to mind). Guts, Bomb, and Cut are all doable with the buster, Ice and Fire are pretty tough with just the buster, and Elec Man is extremely difficult with it. And all of the Wily bosses are difficult regardless, unless you do the pause trick.
That said, I find the 3DS's D-Pad and buttons aren't the greatest for precision-requiring games like MM1. Although if you have an XL, the buttons seem a lot better on that.
Still waiting for MM2 - 5 on GB. I love the NES series but I already own them (some of them in multiple formats).