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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Virtual Console’

Game Boy Advance Games Come To Wii U In This Week’s Nintendo Download

Nintendo promised and it delivered. Game Boy Advance games are finally on the virtual console. The only downside is that the games are only available on the Wii U. It makes much more sense to have them on the 3DS, but we gotta take what we can get. Speaking of Game Boy Advance games, this week sees the release of …

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Here Are The GBA Games Coming To The Wii U In April

Last month, Nintendo announced that Gameboy Advance games would finally be coming to the virtual console. Oddly enough, however, the games would be appearing on the Wii U instead of the 3DS. Despite that one odd decision, Nintendo has a great lineup of GBA classics that fans won’t want to ignore. Starting April 3, Nintendo will start releasing at least …

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Yoshi’s New Island Headlines This Week’s Nintendo Download

For the past month, the Nintendo Download has been pretty barren. Even major releases would be accompanied by maybe one or two more games. That finally changes this week with the the release of a major 3DS title alongside numerous eShop titles. Nintendo announced that Yoshi’s New Island will be hitting the Nintendo eShop at midnight on March 14. The …

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Professor Layton Finds His Way Into The Nintendo Download

For the past few weeks, the Nintendo Download has been a bit on the skimpy side. That’s not going to change this week as Nintendo only has one major 3DS release and some virtual console titles. The only major release this week is Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy on February 28. This is the final Layton game in the …

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Nintendo Details Wii U Strategy For 2014 And Beyond

It’s been said time and time again over the past few months – the Wii U is not doing well at all. In its Q3 financial results, Nintendo revealed that it had only sold 2.41 million Wii U units in the past nine months. In comparison, the PS4 alone sold over 4 million units in its first two months. Investors …

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Virtual Console Titles Highlight This Week’s Nintendo Download

Nintendo recently admitted that the Wii U was in trouble. Since then, multiple writers have come out of the digital woodwork giving their own take on what Nintendo can do to save the console. One of the most parroted suggestions is that Nintendo get serious about the virtual console and release more than just one game a week on the …

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Rayman Legends Brings Some Challenge To The Nintendo Download

Ubisoft revealed this morning that the highly anticipated Rayman Legends will launch across the Wii U, Xbox 360 and PS3 on September 3 in North America. Until then, Wii U owners can get their hands on a new “demo.” Nintendo announced that the Rayman Legends Challenges App is now available on the Wii U eShop. The “demo” challenges players to …

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Nintendo Kicks Off Its Famicom Celebration In This Week’s Nintendo Download

After yesterday’s Nintendo Direct, fans across Twitter and Facebook said 2013 was the year of Nintendomination. It’s hard to deny after seeing announcements for such a broad range of titles that all appeal to the hardcore gamer, not to mention a remake of the greatest Zelda game ever made. Unfortunately, all of these titles are months away, but fans can …

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Nintendo Offers One Free Month Of Hulu Plus

It’s another week and that means another Nintendo Download. The company is still celebrating the Month of Mario with sales on classic Mario games. While the 3DS and Wii U receives all the attention these days, Nintendo would like to remind you that the Wii still exists. That’s why they’re offering a free month of Hulu Plus to all Wii …

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Nintendo e-Shop Update Includes Donkey Kong Jr

The weekly eshop and Virtual Console update for Nintendo has hit and it actually includes a couple of good games. The ever present Nintendo has, by far, the worst weekly offerings for games and DLC of all 3 major consoles. This week they have managed to do really nice by giving us Donkey Kong Jr, and Mega Man X2! There …

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European Virtual Console Gets 13 New Titles In March

The virtual console was a great idea when Nintendo launched it alongside their Wii console in 2006. It’s unfortunate then that classic game releases have been slowing down over the past few years. It’s doubly true for our friends in Europe. That’s all about to change. Nintendo of Europe has announced that March is going to be the biggest month …

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