Nintendo Downloads North America – HarmoKnight demo, Punch-Out!!, Rayman Origins, more

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 14 March 2013 13:28 GMT

Nintendo has updated its weekly, downloadable offerings for North America today, and this week you can pick up demos for HarmoKnight and Chasing Aurora and other goodies. Starting Monday, March 18 you can pick up LEGO City Undercover from the eShop and later on in the week on March 19 you can nab Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate and Need for Speed: Most Wanted U.

Hit the break fro your full update.

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LEGO City Undercover – Wii U – Available March 18
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate – Wii U, 3DS – Available March 19
Need for Speed: Most Wanted U – Wii U – Available March 19
HarmoKnight – Demo – 3DS
Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream – Wii U Virtual Console – March 20
Chasing Aurora – Demo – Wii U
The Croods: Prehistoric Party! – Wii U, 3DS – March 19
Rayman Origins – 3DS
Mega Man 3 – Virtual Console – 3DS
Reel Fishing Paradise 3D – 3DS
Forgotten Legions – 3DS, DSi – DsiWare
Goony – 3DS, DSi – DSiWare

Nintendo eShop Sale – Ketzal’s Corridors: Revive Ketzal and restore order to the spirit world in this fast-paced 3D puzzle game. For a limited time, download the game for3DS at a discounted price of $4.99.

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