It's the final North American Nintendo Download Update before the E3 shenanigans in LA, and there's a diverse range of options. We have the first GBA Harvest Moon, two versions of LEGO Jurassic World, the return of Dr. Mario, some quirky eShop offerings and four DSiWare games. Let's get on with the details, shall we?

Missed the European Nintendo Download Update earlier this week? Fret not, the details are right here.

Wii U Virtual Console

Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town (Natsume, $6.99) - Natsume's support for Nintendo hardware continues with this first series entry on the Game Boy Advance, which is a remake of PS-only title Harvest Moon: Back to Nature. As expected there's farming and relationship building to tackle, and this was positively received when it was originally released; we'll find a battered old straw hat and get working on a review.

Wii U Retail Download

LEGO Jurassic World (Warner Bros., $49.99) - This LEGO adaptation of the original trilogy and this summer's blockbuster is out on both Wii U and 3DS this week. Available from 12th June.

Wii U eShop Temporary Discounts

Citizens of Earth (Atlus, $7.49 from 15th June to 22nd June, normally $14.99)

Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut (Curve Digital, on discount until 25th June)

OlliOlli (Curve Digital, on discount until 25th June)

Cubemen 2 (Nnooo, $4.49 until 25th June, normally $7.99)

PING 1.5+ (NAMI TENTOU MUSHI, $2.99 until 25th June, normally $4.99)

ZaciSa's Last Stand (ZeNfA Productions, $1.19 until 9th July, normally $1.99, also updated with new content)

Wii U eShop Permanent Discount

Ice Cream Surfer (Dolores Entertainment, $2.50, was $5)

3DS eShop

Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure (Nintendo, $8.99) - This latest entry in the franchise combines plenty of ideas from its predecessors with the Miracle Cure pill, which has multiple uses that can switch up a game. There's Dr. Luigi, Virus Buster, multiplayer (online and local) and download play included; we gave this a strong recommendation in our Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure review.

My Zoo Vet Practice 3D (Treva Entertainment, $4.99) - The name receives a perfect 10 for describing the game within, as this is a sim in which you manage and care for a wide range of exotic animals in a zoo. We expect plenty of touch screen usage and busy work, and we'll let you know how whether it's a worthy attraction or should be closed down in our review.

Japanese Rail Sim 3D Journey in Suburbs #1 (Sonic Powered Co., $9.99) - This is an intriguing release, as its level of interaction appears to be limited to basic adjustments to a train's controls; the key selling point is 3D video that takes you through a variety of Japanese locations. We'll hop aboard for a review.

SWORDS & DARKNESS (Arc System Works, $6.99) - This is a 2D action RPG with grand ambitions, with an amusingly overwrought trailer that attempts to prepare us for a dramatic quest. We were unimpressed with the final result, however, in our first impressions of the Japanese release; we'll try and save the world in a review.

Ninja Usagimaru – The Gem of Blessings (Arc System Works, $4.99) - A puzzle platformer with admittedly iffy-looking animation and visuals, this consists of single stages in which you need to manipulate the environment to rescue captured villagers. We'll run and jump unconvincingly towards a review.

3DS Retail Download

LEGO Jurassic World (Warner Bros., $29.99) - This LEGO adaptation of the original trilogy and this summer's blockbuster is out on both Wii U and 3DS this week. Available from 12th June.

3DS eShop Temporary Discounts

Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl (Atlus, $14.99 from 15th June to 22nd June, normally $29.99)

Citizens of Earth (Atlus, $7.49 from 15th June to 22nd June, normally $14.99)

OlliOlli (Curve Digital, on discount until 25th June)

Family Tennis 3D (Arc System Works, on discount until 25th June)

Family Table Tennis 3D (Arc System Works, on discount until 25th June)

3D Game Collection (Joindots, on discount until 25th June)

Funfair Party Games (Joindots, on discount until 25th June)

Murder on the Titanic (Joindots, on discount until 25th June)

3DS eShop Permanent Discounts

Bowling Bonanza 3D (Enjoy Gaming, $3.99, was $5.99)

Gummy Bears Magical Medallion (Enjoy Gaming, $3.99, was $5.99)

Gummy Bears Mini Golf (Enjoy Gaming, $3.99, was $5.99)

Johnny Dynamite (Enjoy Gaming, $3.99, was $4.99)

3DS eShop Demos

BlazBlue: Clone Phantasma (Arc System Works, free)

Japanese Rail Sim 3D Journey in Suburbs #1 (Sonic Powered Co., free)

SWORDS & DARKNESS (Arc System Works, free)

Ninja Usagimaru – The Gem of Blessings (Arc System Works, free)

DSiWare

G.G Series THE HIDDEN NINJA KAGEMARU (Genterprise, 200 Nintendo Points) - DSiWare lives, long live DSiWare. This budget release appears to consist of single screen platforming stages in which you try to be stealthy; we'll sneak out a review when you least expect it.

G.G Series SHADOW ARMY (Genterprise, 200 Nintendo Points) - On the surface this looks like a homage to classic run and gun titles such as Contra, with the available screens showing vertical and sidescrolling stages. We'll shoot every pixel in sight for a review.

G.G Series CONVEYOR TOY PACKING (Genterprise, 200 Nintendo Points) - This is a puzzle game, but it's also a post-modern reflection on the mechanised nature of modern industry. We'll reflect on our lives and what's gone wrong while reviewing a game about working on a factory production line.

G.G Series ALL BREAKER (Genterprise, 200 Nintendo Points) - This isn't a classic paddle-based block breaking clone as the name suggests, but actually looks like a promising action platformer in which your character bashes blocks into dust to make progress and defeat enemies. We'll break it down in a review.


More discount details will likely be posted on the official eShop offers page at 9am Pacific time.

That's the full North American line-up for this week - let us know what you'll be downloading in the poll and comments below.

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