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Video: Nintendo Europe Highlights Key eShop Titles From The Past Two Months

Posted by Damien McFerran

How many have you downloaded?

The 3DS and Wii U eShops are becoming pretty packed with cool titles right now, and Nintendo Europe has taken some time out to highlight some of the more significant releases from the past two months.

Some of the games featured are Code of Princess, Harmoknight, Nano Assault EX and Zen Pinball 2.

Will this visual showcase of gaming brilliance convince you to spend some cash? Drop us a comment to let us know.

[via twitter.com]

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User Comments (26)

Mollutje

#1

Mollutje said:

Can't believe they put that turd of a game called Tank!Tank!Tank! in there.. I still have Luigi's Mansion to finish up, but after that, my 3DS is thirstin' for some more eShop titles.

Rocketship

#2

Rocketship said:

Looks awesome, have some of those on my radar, just need to complete a few other games first.

Dpullam

#3

Dpullam said:

I haven't really downloaded any games recently besides Ketzal's Corridors a couple months ago and that was released quite a while ago.

Placlu

#5

Placlu said:

Seriously nintendo make i so easy to spend $100 on the eShop, and then spend another $200 on it. Also made me smile downloading Runner2 that it's 800mb instead of 42, you've come along way nintendo. I think its good some of the more unique ideas even from nintendo are via eShop games. It really fits nintendos style imo.

WiiLovePeace

#6

WiiLovePeace said:

I have both of those Wii U titles (of course, they're free after all) & I intend to buy all of those 3DS downloads one day. I really gotta stop buying more games, I simply don't beat them fast enough to justify it haha

CountEkkiM

#7

CountEkkiM said:

just nsmb 2, resident evil mercenaries, lots of vc games and some more that i dont remember..

Ryno

#8

Ryno said:

Outside of Wii U VC titles, I haven't downloading a game for months.

invmat

#9

invmat said:

How many have you downloaded?
None.

Because of Nintendo's very user-unfriendly DRM system, and the fact that Nintendo eShop cards are not easily available in my area.

Ristar42

#10

Ristar42 said:

Also none, I decided I wouldn’t download any more 3DS games until some sort of account system is in place.
I might make an exception if the original Game Gear version of Sonic is released though!

Giygas_95

#11

Giygas_95 said:

@Ristar42 @invmat I really don't think any kind of account system is coming any time soon (if ever). You might as well just buy what you want when you can. I can't think of much though that you would be able to share between the Wii U and 3DS other than NES games so far.

goldbricks23

#12

goldbricks23 said:

I want an account system too. The fear of my 3DS/ Wii U breaking or being stolen and losing all downloaded games forever scares me. I've stopped downloading games because of it. I let Nintendo know in a customer survey when they asked why I wouldn't download Animal Crossing upon its release. I'd suggest others like myself let Nintendo of your fears. ...Or someone at NintendoLife could put a word in for us!! ....

WiiLovePeace

#15

WiiLovePeace said:

@PvtOttobot do you mean Nano Assault Neo (Wii U eShop) or Nano Assault EX (3DS eShop)? They are two different games. I own Nano Assault Neo & its well worth the $10 easily. Only 4 "stages" but each stage has 4 levels in it so that makes 16 levels all up, including boss levels. May not seem like much but the difficulty & replayability are extremely high imo, chasing highscores on the leaderboards is great fun & challenging :)

LittleIrves

#17

LittleIrves said:

Hold your tongue, Mollutje... Tank! Tank! Tank! is awesome, I don't care what people say. Play My Kong mode with a friend and try not to laugh or shout. Even the simple campaign got me hooked. Really hope they bring over the free eShop version to the states so more people can get a taste.

invmat

#19

invmat said:

@Five-seveN That's probably what has been one of the major faults when the Wii U launched, or... should I say 3DS? It is very hard for a (game)company to start an account-based system when the new generation has launched. Which means... were probably stuck with this stupid system for the next 5 years. Thank you, Nintendo...

Ristar42

#20

Ristar42 said:

@Five-seveN If there is a game I really want, I'd probably still get it. I'd still prefer an account system though, makes it easier to sort out if the thing breaks or something and I'd feel more inclined use the e-shop service.

ToxieDogg

#21

ToxieDogg said:

I've got all the 3DS games asides from Code Of Princess (NintendoLife kindly payed for HarmoKnight as I was a £15 winner in the recent competitions :D)...Nano Assault EX is a fantastic game and even better than that Wii U version. On the Wii U, I like Zen Pinball 2 and have purchased 3 tables so far, but Tank! Tank! Tank! is a turd that I quickly deleted off my hard drive after 2 turns...really shouldn't be on that video alongside much better games at all.

Byron-3D

#22

Byron-3D said:

code of princess and nano assault are both on my radar once i get round to it

Nomad

#25

Nomad said:

I'll definitely be getting Code of Princess as Guardian Heroes is one of my favourite Saturn games. I'm still ticked off that I can't get a boxed copy though.

Giygas_95

#26

Giygas_95 said:

@Ristar42 That's true, I hadn't thought about when a system breaks. I was mainly thinking along the lines of sharing games between systems.

I guess I've been lucky because I've never had any problems with losing anything if a system breaks. Nintendo always took care of the situation.

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