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Nintendo Downloads North America: Romance of the Three Kingdoms 4: Wall of Fire, SteamWorld Dig, more

Thursday, 8th August 2013 15:22 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Romance of the Three Kingdoms 4: Wall of Fire, Spin The Bottle: Bumpie’s Party, and SteamWorld Dig arrive on the Nintendo eShop in North America today, but there’s more to be had as well: come Sunday, August 11 you can download Mario & Luigi: Dream Team and the following Tuesday, August 13, you can download DuckTales: Remastered on Wii U.

Head below for the full North American update.

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Mario & Luigi: Dream Team – 3DS – August 11
DuckTales: Remastered – Wii U – August 13
Romance of the Three Kingdoms 4: Wall of Fire – Wii U Virtual Console
Spin The Bottle: Bumpie’s Party – Wii U
Smash Bowling 3D -3DS
SteamWorld Dig – 3DS
Tangram Style – 3DS

Nintendo eShop Sale: escapeVektor is 50% off starting today through August 22. in the Nintendo eShop on the Nintendo 3DS.

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7 Comments

  1. monkeygourmet

    That spin the bottle trailer, contains some of the most awful hipster twats i’ve ever had the misfortune to come across…

    I was actually intrigued by the title, after viewing the video, it’s made me want to puke.

    Also, why are they releasing such tripe on the Virtual Console…???

    Last week, we had a Casino game on the UK shop…

    Thats right, a SNES Casino based title… Where are the classics?! The SNES / NES has a big enough library to pump out solid gold classics each day for the next 2 years before you have to resort to shit like that…

    That is a poor business choice by Nintendo, and I don’t mind admitting it. The Wii U will be dead before Contra 3 makes it to the VC! :(

    #1 1 year ago
  2. OlderGamer

    Imo, MG, they should have 100% allowed every purchased Wii VC game to transfer to WiiU w/o Wii emulation mode, without an upgrade fee, and without the need to be rereleased again for the WiiU.

    I own a host of VC games from my Wii, and while I can play them, it isn’t the way it should work. It was a sore spot for me. I would have liked them all to be used right away. No need to doll out stuff one game at a time. They should have just unified it all.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. monkeygourmet

    @2

    It’s the least they could do considering all the other guff.

    SNES / NES games should be coming out at the rate of 5 a week at least, also the price is a little spicy for my tastes.

    Also, GBA & DS stuff?! What’s holding them back?! The consoles almost a year in and still a no show…

    #3 1 year ago
  4. OlderGamer

    I agree…esp the DS stuff. The Gamepad and TV scream for the duel screen games of the DS.

    #4 1 year ago
  5. monkeygourmet

    @4

    DS Castlevania for example would wok perfectly on Wii U.

    #5 1 year ago
  6. OlderGamer

    Yepper.

    #6 1 year ago
  7. SCAssassin

    Yeah what’s the hold up? It’s not like recoding those sort of games to complement Wii U hardware on a large scale would somehow require a lot of dedicated work to be done.

    #7 1 year ago

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