NintenDownload – November 21st, 2013

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This week’s eShop offerings feature two highly anticipated games in addition to some smaller titles that might not be on your radar.


Wii u eShop

Super Mario 3D World [Retail] (Nintendo, $59.99) – When first shown off, this game had very mixed reception due to seemingly little originality, but as time went on and Nintendo displayed the true craziness the game has to offer, hype began to build. Early reviews are overwhelmingly positive wherever you look, with many reviewers calling it THE must-have Wii U game.

Coaster Crazy Deluxe (Frontier, $9.99) – A wacky looking roller coaster creation game from the developers of the fantastic LostWinds games on WiiWare.

Mysterious Cities of Gold: Secret Paths (Ynnis Interactive, $14.99) – This is a crowdfunded adventure that ties in with a Japanese/French amimated series. Free DLC is promised to keep the story up to date with the show.

EDGE (Two Tribes, $1.99 until January 2nd, then $3.99) – A simple, stylish puzzler by developer Two Tribes brought from PC and Smartphones onto Wii U. Plus it’s dirt-cheap. Here’s the launch trailer:


Brawl Brothers [VC] (HAMSTER, $7.99) – A decent 16-bit beat ’em up on the Super Nintendo.

3DS eShop

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds [Retail] (Nintendo, $39.99) – The sequel to the classic SNES title A Link to the Past looks to give the series a much-needed shake up with an all-new item system and more.

Mario Party: Island Tour [Retail] (Nintendo, $39.99)

Jewel Match 3 (Joindots, $6.99)

Ohno Odyssey (Big John Games, $5.99)

Christmas Wonderland 3 (Microvalue, $7.99)

City Connection [VC] (HAMSTER, $4.99)


Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies “Turnabout Reclaimed” (Capcom, $5.99) – This case is a prequel to those found in the latest Ace Attorney game on 3DS, and it features… A killer whale accused of murder?!


Mega Man 1 through 4 on the Wii U and 3DS Virtual Consoles are only $3.49 each until November 28th. They will normally set you back $5 each.

Written by: Noah Sabadish

Hello! My name is Noah and I'm a writer for Blazekick. Every day I strive towards my goal of developing video games for a large audience. On this site, I write editorials and reviews typically surrounding Nintendo, who has always been my favorite game development company. Some of my favorite games are Super Mario Galaxy, Pokémon SoulSilver, and Portal.