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Nintendo Download for March 14, 2013.
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March 14, 2013, 15:33:00
Three big retail titles are on their way to the Wii U eShop in the March 14 edition of the Nintendo Download! Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate hits both the 3DS and Wii U, and LEGO City Undercover and Need for Speed Most Wanted U hit the Wii U eShop next week. Be sure to check out the HarmoKnight demo, Mega Man 3, Punch-Out!!...so much to see this week! Ketzal's Corridors is also on sale in the 3DS eShop this week. Be sure to check out your favorite Nintendo digital storefront today at noon EDT for all of this week's Nintendo updates.

Wii U eShop
Retail Titles
  • LEGO City Undercover - Nintendo (available March 18)
  • Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate - Capcom (available March 19)
  • Need For Speed Most Wanted U - EA
  • The Croods: Prehistoric Party! - D3 Publisher

  • Virtual Console
  • Punch-Out!! featuring Mr. Dream (NES) - Nintendo, $0.30 (available March 20, low price for a limited time only)

  • Demos
  • Chasing Aurora - Broken Rules

  • 3DS eShop
    Retail Titles
  • Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate - Capcom
  • Rayman Origins - Ubisoft
  • Reel Fishing 3D Paradise - Natsume
  • The Croods: Prehistoric Party! - D3 Publisher

  • Virtual Console
  • Mega Man 3 (NES) - Capcom

  • Demos
  • HarmoKnight - Nintendo (full game available March 28)

  • DSiWare (also available in the 3DS eShop)
  • Forgotten Legions - Cypronia
  • Goony - Circle Entertainment

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    Posted: 03/14/13, 15:33:00  - Edited by 
     on: 03/14/13, 15:37:21    
    Why not sign up for a (free) account and create your own content?
    Oh cool, HarmoKnight demo will be mine And Punch-Out too I guess. Hard to pass up.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 15:42:25
    Three huge, open-worldy games released on the same day after a months-long drought. Hahaha. Ha.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 15:44:37
    Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (Wii U) for sure, and Mega Man 3 and the HarmoKnight demo as well. I want LEGO City Undercover and I'm curious about Need for Speed Most Wanted U after messing around with it on my phone...


    Three? I count two. Monster Hunter 3 is not an open-world type game.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 15:47:47

    Huge and/or open-worldy.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 15:59:06

    That makes more sense.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 16:07:50
    Glad to see everything I want will be available for download. Now I just need to see about getting that Nyko battery that triples the time for the gamepad without altering the size and shape. It would be nice to play these games all throughout the house.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 16:08:57
    Has F-Zero been available for a month already?? Wow.

    Glad I didn't get Super Punch Out through Club Nintendo. I completely forgot this was going to be available.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 16:21:28

    It's the NES game, not the Super Nintendo game.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 16:26:28

    F-Zero has been out for 3 weeks, but by next Wednesday it will have been 4 weeks. It does seem like it just came out, though.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 16:38:43
    Gotta get that HarmoKnight demo. And I'm severely eyeing you, Lego, for that mini-vacation I'm taking before Easter. You have been warned.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 16:39:46
    Yeah! Punch Out! I'm inexplicably excited.

    I can't determine whether the Chasing Aurora demo is a good idea or not. That game really needs a certain alchemy to work. But I'm looking forward to trying it with the nephews.

    My 3DS is becoming somewhat like my 360. I'm jammed with demos! I just played Sonic & Sega Transformed on the train.


    Definite get on Ketzal's Corridors. I've been waiting for this day!

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 16:43:11  - Edited by 
     on: 03/14/13, 17:04:40
    Getting Lego, Monster Hunter and kind of sort of on the fence for Need for Speed...

    HarmoKnight demo I will also get.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 16:48:16
    I'm curious to see if HarmoKnight can impress me after being extremely satisfied with Runner2. I hear it has an endless mode with online leaderboards.

    I'll grab Mega Man 3. I'm not the biggest MegaMan fan, I only played MM2 on the Wii VC, never finished it due to the bullshit difficulty at the end. I think this will be more manageable with save states

    I have $60 of eShop money ready for Monster Hunter on the 19th.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 16:57:46
    Lego, MH, N4S, HarmonyKnight, Etrian Odyssey IV, Fire Emblem: A.

    I'm gonna be hella busy this month. Luckily I only work 12 days a month ;)

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 17:02:36
    If only every week could be as good...!

    Good to see Rayman Origins available as a download.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 17:11:43

    Mega Man 3 is arguably the best in the series (2 is right up there). The level design after these the first three felt...too easy. It's worth your $5.


    Agreed. The only thing that would have made it better would have been Zen Pinball on Wii U. I thought it was coming the week after Runner2, and here we are two weeks later and still waiting.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 17:19:28
    It seems as though Lego City Undercover may require an external HDD (or at least, it takes up 22GB of space -- why?)

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 18:15:21
    @ludist210 I know, but they're similar enough that I can get my fix out of the NES game.

    Excited to try out Harmo Knight today!

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 18:48:40
    anon_mastermind said:
    It seems as though Lego City Undercover may require an external HDD (or at least, it takes up 22GB of space -- why?)


    I need to check the space ACIII is taking up on my HDD. I wonder if the ultimate storage size ends up being smaller after the download is complete and the installer runs. I know Sony handles download data stupidly, in that it lets you download a file that you won't have enough room to install after the download completes. It wouldn't surprise me if the Wii U handled data in a similarly stupid way, given the abominable storage situation we find ourselves in and the silly way it handles installs.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 19:11:27  - Edited by 
     on: 03/14/13, 19:12:30
    Nothing for me this week!

    But if I had a Wii U I'd be buying Lego and MH on disc.

    Posted by 
     on: 03/14/13, 20:03:24
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