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Nintendo Download: June 26-July 2, 2014.
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June 26, 2014, 16:43
June 26, 2014 – Another big week in this week's Nintendo Download! The hotly-anticipated Shovel Knight is available for both Wii U and 3DS today. Nintendo completes the Wii Sports Club package by baseball and boxing to the package and extending a 48-hour free trial to all sports! Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse also hits the Virtual Console on both systems. There's a lot to see, so be sure to visit your favorite digital storefront today at noon eastern to see all of this week's updates.

Wii U

eShop Games

  • BrickBlast U! – Nexis Games, $3.99
  • Monkey Pirates – Henchmen Studio, $4.99
  • My Arctic Farm – BiP Media, $7.99
  • My Jurassic Farm – BiP Media, $7.99
  • Shovel Knight – Yacht Club Games, $14.99
  • Wii Sports Club – Nintendo, all sports free to play for 48 hours

    Virtual Console

  • Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse (NES) – Konami, $4.99


  • Nordic Games – select games on sale through July 8
  • Ubisoft Summer Sale – select games discounted up to 75% through July 7


    eShop Games

  • Cocoro: Line Defender – Moving Player, $4.99
  • Hidden Expedition Titanic – Tulip Games, $5.99
  • Plain Video Poker – PouncingKitten Games, $1.99
  • Shovel Knight – Yacht Club Games, $14.99
  • SkyPeace – Sonic Powered Co., $0.99
  • Toy Stunt Bike – Wobbly Tooth, 4.99

    Virtual Console

  • Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse (NES) – Konami, $4.99


  • Quell Reflect
  • Toy Stunt Bike


  • Atlus Games – select games discounted through July 7
  • Disney's Frozen: Olaf's Quest – $19.99 through July 31
  • Ubisoft Summer Sale – select games discounted up to 75% through July 7
  • Urban Trial Freestyle – 60% off through July 10


  • Anne's Doll Studio: Antique Collection – Gamebridge, $4.99
  • Anne's Doll Studio: Lolita Collection – Gamebridge, $4.99
  • Anne's Doll Studio: Princess Collection – Gamebridge, $4.99
  • Anonymous Notes Chapter 4: From the Abyss – Sonic Powered, $4.99
  • Mysterious Stars: The Samurai – Colliver Corporation, $4.99

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    Posted: 06/26/14, 16:43  - Edit:  06/26/14, 16:43
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    Posted by 
     on: 06/26/14, 16:53
    Glad Wii Sports is doing free sports for 48 hours.

    I'm pretty sure I want Baseball after watching the Treehouse demonstration, and I'll definitely try giving Golf and Boxing a go.

    And of course Shovel Knight shall be mine

    Posted by 
     on: 06/26/14, 17:00
    Well hellooooooo there, Chibi-Robo Let's Go Photo demo....!

    Posted by 
     on: 06/26/14, 17:35
    Looking forward to trying out boxing, that was my favorite of the original Wii Sports. Baseball was definitely the worst, though. Of course, I didn't see much of how either has changed, so maybe I'll be surprised.

    Posted by 
     on: 06/26/14, 17:42
    Bah! So disappointed with Chibi Robo. Everything could be so awesome! It has the looks, the sound, the cleaning, a cool concept and above all Chibi-frickin'-Robo, but the photography is so damn hit-and-miss. First item is just a fucking circle -- it could be anything! So I snapped a picture of a DVD next to me, which worked, but it was really supposed to be a pin. How am I supposed to figure that out from such a basic shape as a circle? But hey, at least it worked, unlike the second item. It's clearly an electric wall socket, but the ones I have don't match that specific shape, so they won't be accepted.

    I really want to buy the full game because Chibi-Robo, but if the damn thing expects me to break into someone else's house just so I can get a picture of the right item in the right format, well that's not gonna fly.

    Posted by 
     on: 06/26/14, 18:16

    I cheated and Googled the correct wall socket thing.

    Posted by 
     on: 06/26/14, 18:18
    I was tempted to do that, but decided not to out of principle.

    Is there a lot of those weirdly specific items in the full game? Do I have to hunt down a Yorkshire terrier and crumple up a tube of toothpaste just right to please the damn camera?

    Posted by 
     on: 06/26/14, 18:21

    Actually you need to hunt down tube of toothpaste and crumple up a Yorkshire terrier just right.

    Posted by 
     on: 06/26/14, 18:23
    Well, that's only a marginal difference, but at least I won't have to ruin my toothpaste tube...

    EDIT: I have to say, I really dig that music playing by the Chibi PC though. Wish someone had ripped the song and uploaded it somewhere.

    Posted by 
     on: 06/26/14, 18:37  - Edit:  06/26/14, 18:39
    CV3 and SK are mine when I get home.

    And I only just now redeemed my DDP stuff. 30 bucks!

    Posted by 
     on: 06/26/14, 20:32
    Yeah, I'll probably grab shovel knight with DDP money.

    Posted by 
     on: 06/28/14, 01:52
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