SteamWorld: Tower Defense (DSiWare)
Notable perhaps more for being the very first game in Image & Form's incredible and expansive SteamWorld series than for being a absolute must-play release, SteamWorld: Tower Defense is a well put-together tower defence game, though it can get very difficult after only minutes of play time. It doesn’t do anything especially interesting or groundbreaking, but if you’re looking for a tower defence fix — or you want to see where SteamWorld started — then this might be for you.
Price: £4.49 / $4.99
DSiWare was mostly known for offering more stripped back, bite-sized game experiences compared to full retail releases, but games like Pyoro (or Bird & Beans in North America) proved that this wasn't a disadvantage. Developed in-house at Nintendo SPD and featuring Pyoro in remakes of two of the little bird's WarioWare minigames, the goal here is simple: beans fall from the sky and you run back and forth as the little red bird, who must eat as many beans as possible with its long tongue.
A game of Bird & Beans never lasts too long, but it almost perfectly manages to nail that "one more try" feeling. Also – after passing a certain score threshold – you get to play 'Bird & Beans 2', which puts a fun spin on the concept.
Price: £1.79 / $1.99
Mighty Flip Champs! (DSiWare)
WayForward is well known for the quality of its 2D platformers and that clearly shows through with Mighty Flip Champs!. This game takes advantage of the dual screens by letting you "flip" between different marginally different screens to clear levels.
Featuring over 40 levels and a ranking system based on how efficiently you cleared each stage, this one's got pretty long legs. And, for those of you that loved the concept, it received two sequels in Mighty Milky Way and Mighty Switch Force!.
Price: £7.19 / $7.99
Art Style: AQUITE (DSiWare)
The Art Style series made its debut on WiiWare, so it made sense that these puzzle games would make their way to DSiWare in some form. Art Style: Aquia (as it's also known) was actually one of the launch games for the DSi Shop, and it was arguably the best of the bunch.
Featuring simple block-pushing gameplay and a smooth art style (sorry), this one can be infuriatingly addicting once it gets its hooks in you. Also, for those of you that loved this series, there was a handful of other high-quality Art Style games released on DSiWare afterwards, so you might want to investigate those after this (we mentioned Pictopict above).
Price: £4.49 / $4.99
Reflect Missile (DSiWare)
Another excellent title by Q Games, Trajectile (or Reflect Missile in Europe) mixes Arkanoid with puzzle solving elements and the final product is something that's surprisingly solid. Trajectile features over 200 levels, each of which sees you using a limited number of missiles which you must use to destroy certain blocks. Some missiles reflect off walls, others explode, while others can drill through several blocks, and it's up to you to be as efficient as possible in how you utilize them. It's surprisingly gripping; this would be a fantastic game even as a standard DS release.
Price: £4.49 / $4.99
There aren't many RPGs on DSiWare, and though Zenonia may have been a cell phone game first, it nonetheless stands out in the DSiWare library. The story follows Regret, a teenage boy who travels the world investigating the death of his father. Along the way you meet all sorts of colourful characters, fight enemies through the excellent live-action combat system, and can choose between good and evil paths at certain story points.
This is a surprisingly well-rounded RPG for the DSi, and one well worth a look for any fans of the genre.
Price: £7.19 / $7.99
A Kappa's Trail (DSiWare)
A Kappa’s Trail is a bizarre game: you play as a little turtle/fish/sea creature and your objective is to escape the depths of the ocean to reach the land of the humans, but it’s a clever idea, and plays great in many areas where other DSiWare games seem to do the opposite. It’s a really neat and tidy game with great visuals and catchy music and even though the game can be very difficult in early portions, the overall product is worth seeking out if you like a little bit of quirk. NA-only, though.
Chronos Twins (DSiWare)
This began life as a GBA game and eventually got a physical release in Europe, but Chronos Twins DS was a DSiWare exclusive in North America. Not only does the game bring an interesting and unique gameplay mechanic to the table, it also manages to surround it with smooth controls and a lot of personality. The game might be a tad on the short side, but you're definitely in for a fun ride while it lasts. If you're up for something a little unique and different, this is definitely a game you'll want to check out.
Price: £4.49 / $4.99
G.G Series ALL BREAKER (DSiWare)
Another entry in the G.G Series, ALL BREAKER is a good example of how to execute an original concept in an impactful way. It introduces an interesting concept for an action platformer, provides a series of levels that properly explore the potential of that concept, and supports it all with excellent visuals and decent sound design. We'd suggest you go and pick this one up; it may not hold your attention for an extremely long period of time, but you'll likely be satisfied with the time you spend with it.
G.G Series ASSAULT BUSTER (DSiWare)
A rewarding and addictive little shmup, G.G Series ASSAULT BUSTER could be argued as being the finest entry in the arcade-focused series. The nature of the gameplay lends itself well to score chasing and the dynamic combat, upbeat soundtrack and excellent spritework all mix well into a satisfying whole. If you're going to pick up only one of the dozens of G.G games on the NA DSiWare store, we'd say this is the one.
Castle Conqueror - Heroes (DSiWare)
There's very little that Castle Conqueror - Heroes doesn't get right. It's challenging, addictive and continuously surprising. While its adoption of a turn-based structure might have left some fans of the previous games scratching their heads, we think the gamble paid off in spades, and the end result is a strong title that's bursting with challenging missions. Castle Conqueror - Heroes is a great entry in a very enjoyable series, and an easy recommendation.
Price: £4.49 / $4.99
I recommend Alphabounce. It's an Arkanoid (brick breaker) RPG.
Let’s not forget Mario Calculator and Mario Clock
Mighty Flip Champs and Mighty Milky Way are both ESSENTIAL. Wayforward at their most uniquely Wayforward. Very fun titles.
Also gonna give an additional recommendation for Snapdots. A really charming and clever puzzle game published by Nintendo.
I know its unavailable now. But I can’t wait for my 3DS to return from Nintendo’s Repair Center so I can play 4 Swords again. I wished I had some people to play it with.
Another useful list, actually first time I even hear of SteamWorld Tower Defense. But I would also namedrop Little Red Riding Hood's Zombie BBQ here, at the very least.
I’ve been curious and I may have missed it if it was touched upon, but what if you add funds through Switch? If you log into your 3ds/Wii U after adding funds there will you not be able to use a certain amount from what was added before the August deadline?
I have a lot of these already but I will check out the rest next week. I was actually buying eshop games yesterday as it happens. I originally went on to check if my games were up to date and ended up going on a spending spree.
@Desa yes, that's exactly how it should work until the purchases themselves are disabled next March. IIRC the official FAQs stated as much.
You forgot to mention that Art Style Pictobits even has a lot of nifty homage to classic NES games built into the puzzles, color schemes, and soundtrack. It's my personal favorite of the Art Style bunch.
Ah, thank you very much!
Who remembers "Go! Go! Kokopolo"?
A few of my personal recommendations:
Puzzler World XL, Plants vs Zombies, 101 Shark/Dolphin Pets (they're so ugly I love them!), Cut the Rope, Club House Games Express: Card Classics, the Electroplankton series, the Game and Watch series, and the Escape Room series.
A pair of special mentions go to Petit Computer, which I feel was the best DSiWare you could purchase, and GO Series: Fishing Resort, which was quite simply an excellent little game. Sadly they're both no longer available.
Also Wario Ware Touched was technically made available as DSiWare for a limited time, how about that!
@Magician I had that on the list, but I believe it's one of the ones that was delisted a while ago.
I said this in the WiiU article but I’ll say it here too, you CAN add credit after August 29th just not directly on the WiiU or 3DS
Nintendo has said if your NNID associated with the WiiU or 3DS is linked to a Nintendo Account (you do not need a switch to creat a Nintendo account either) you will still be able to share credit across all platforms. You will then be able to add credit via the Switch eshop or on Nintendo’s website and use it on the WiiU or 3DS eshops (https://ec.nintendo.com/redeem/#/)
Please create a guide or something for this to reference rather than saying that there is absolutely no way to add credit after August 29th
@dartmonkey Feels bad for those who're late to the party.
@bbliksteen8 Both articles stated that there was no way to add funds via gift cards specifically after August 29th. We have an FAQ guide with that information, but I've tweaked the appropriate sections in these lists to make it clearer that funds can still be added via the pooled accounts until the stores close.
seeing all of these titles takes me back.
the one out of all of these that stands out most is Mighty Milky Way! simple concept with difficult/addictive game play. the soundtrack and graphics in this game are great!!
Art Style: Intersect, back in 2009, got me through my ex's 10 stomach surgeries and other insane stuff going on in my life at that time. It was the one game I could play and just got hooked immediately and I found it so fun and challenging, addictive and fun. I highly recommend it as my top jewel from the 'ye old' DSi library. (You guys make me feel old, Geesh! That wasn't too long ago, really, in the scheme of things. I remember waiting for your NL DSi ware reviews to be published, with bated breath.) All the Art Style games are actually wonderful, and I highly recommend them all! A+
@Eel Yep! Puzzler World XL and Art Style: Intersect had me hooked for quite a while!!! All the Art Style games are wonderful, actually. Great picks
@dartmonkey that’s great thanks! I just want people to know there is still hope and you can budget out your purchases for a whole year rather than need to stock up a bunch of credit ASAP
@malamiteltd I sure do, since it's one of my most recent purchases.😄
As mentioned before, Snapdots should also be included here.
When it comes to DSiWare, I'm probably only getting Starship Defense, the Art Style games not called PiCTOBiTS, Pinball Pulse and Flametail (Maboshi's Arcade Square Mode from WiiWare). Everything else either I'm not interested or I have it on my Mario 25th Anniversary DSi XL.
Oh, and the "apps" like the Metronome and Countdown Calendar. Those also need to be preserved, right?
@bbliksteen8 Indeed, for 90% of the people there is a whole year without a problem, and the credit card thing was already a year unavailable on the 3ds in Europe (MVG makes a point about 'no really way to add funs after may ).. Ok to critise nintendo but this extra click baiting. nonsense is very irritating..
Shameless plug - I recommend Airport Mania: First Flight.
Just entered a bunch of these on the ol wishlist. Soul of darkness looks exceptionally good.
There is a sequel to Inchworm Animation for the 3DS, go with that over the original for better tools and other improvements if you're interested in animating your own cartoons.
Basically rewarding Nintendo's bad behavior.
@Mountain_Man I somewhat agree, but it's better to buy these games now than to regret it later. Who knows if we'll ever see them available for purchase again in the future.
Most of my memories of DSIware come from a game called Candle Route. It's a fun puzzle game, and gives off a lot of Chu-Chu Rocket vibes, even if it doesn't play entirely like that. https://www.nintendolife.com/reviews/dsiware/candle_route
Snapped up warioware snapped, forgot that that game existed..
Can someone elaborate a bit on this Mario mini game.. Is it different if you have the minis on the move game on 3ds?
@romanista This game is like a follow-up to Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis on the DS. The download description mentions the DSiWare content is taken from the DS game, but both games don't control exactly the same.
The DSiWare game is more in line with Mini-Land Mayhem!, Tipping Stars and Mini Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge.
All those games are sort of like Lemmings. Isn't Minis on the Move more like a slide puzzle while making sure the Minis make it to the goal? I haven't played Minis on the Move, so I can't say for sure.
Yeah you're right, minis on the move is like pipe mania... just got amiibo challenge on the wiiU because of the other article, so If I finish that, and it ain't 2023 yet, I might get this one too...
i've heard Art Style: BOXLIFE is also one of the best Art Style titles
@Eel I always wanted Petit Computer as a kid, maybe now's the time to grab it--if I remember right, you could share games/programs from it, is that still a thing?
Do not throw your money at a dead Service that will probably take your Games away by "its" Mood.
Wait, DSiWare is on here?...I need to look for the Electroplankton stuff.
@HammerGalladeBro @CharlieGirl i can't help but be sad they scrubbed all the charm/ducks from the original guru logi champ with it, but the puzzle core is still solid
I have bought Animal Boxing DSiWare long time ago.
@somebread the DSiWare is unfortunately no longer available, but the 3DS sequel is still there if you're interested. It's technically better, but it never quite grabbed me like the DSiWare.
I bought it twice!
Shameless plug for Pop Island (a capture the flag like game with multiplayer and pretty good AI).
I also recommend Art Style: Precipice as a fun addition to the series.
If you're interested in Electroplankton, they are $2 apiece. So that's $20 for all of them or you'd be paying triple for a DS cart of it.
They changed some names, but if you're just picking a few, I recommend:
Undead Storm was my first Dsiware game. It was fun to mindlessly splat zombies during the period when the 3ds was having a software drought although the graphics were pretty poor.
Soul of Darkness was good as well, probably the best gameloft game I've played.
I remember Zenonia being quite good. Soul of Darkness too. I remember scouring the DSi shop out of sheer boredom, desperate for something to play for the system, and they both caught my eye.
Mighty Flip Champs is a great game. And thanks for putting Dragon Quest Warriors on my radar. Looks good.
@Magician i don't think its on eshop anymore, at least last time I checked
@BongoBongo123 i think undead storm got a 3DS sequel as well
@somebread Yeah it did. Was really similar from what I heard just with better graphics. Both of those will be gone forever I think unless they got a mobile release or something.
"31 Best DSiWare Games"
Nintendo Life 4/10
DSiware has some great stuff.
Oh and let's not forget Looksley's Line Up! Is that still available?
There is also Rayman which is a unique version.
The lack of lookeseys line up and shantae on this list makes it a bad list
@Moonlessky To be fair, there's now many new, and in some cases better, ways to play Shantae.
These are all great selections, but I've got to mention Moto eXtreme. It's my favorite trials-type game. I've been enjoying Elasto Mania on Switch (I've got 5 to 10 hours put into it), but I still like this sort of rip off of that game better. It's easier, and the bike has more power, and I slightly like the physics and gravity better. Would be so cool to have moto eXtreme on Switch!
Seems like there are lots of Castle Conqueror games. Are they all different? Is Heroes 2 better than Heroes 1?
Airport Mania: First Flight was a personal favorite mine. Surprisingly I own most of the games on this list.
I highly recommend Little Red Riding Hood’s Zombie BBQ. It’s a fantastic shooter game that does have a physical release but the price is up there.
@malamiteltd Sadly, Go! Go! Kokopolo was delisted a few years ago. Shame, it was probably the best DSiware game aside from Shantae.
My favorites not mentioned in the article: (No idea if they're still available)
Mr. Driller: Drill Til You Drop
Rabi Laby 1 and 2
Art Style: Boxlife
Art Style: Zengage
Pro Jumper: Guilty Gear Tangent
I do remember Zenonia sure felt like a mobile game.
I bought that after NintendoLife gave it a high rating but it felt like an almost amusingly janky game.
The text seemed pretty bad (almost like a self-aware game), but also that formatting where the text realizes it isn't going to fit only after it's half printed, so it erases and starts on a new line.
Also, the only time I can recall seeing a game on a Nintendo console openly talk about a place being a crack house. Something along those lines.
I almost remember trying Link & Launch not bad.
I do remember getting it free, but I don't recall if it was actually free from a promotion, or if it was one of those "'I have Nintendo Coins left and I need to spend them on SOMETHING' 'free'" games.
Great list. I'll be buying a few of these off the eshop before it closes.
I've also already backed everything up in .CIA files on the PC for preservation.
Photo Dojo is by far the best DSiWare game ever made. I was shocked it never had a 3DS sequel.
@invictus4000 My kids still play Photo Dojo. It was criminal that no sequel was made for the 3DS. The best $2 on DSiWare. By the way, where's Spotto?
Also, Looksley's Line Up or Face Pilot?
Here are other games I recommend:
Picturebook Games: The Royal Bluff
Ivy the Kiwi
Aura Aura Climber
Save the Turtles
Lately I have been enjoying Ferrari GT Evolution. In the past I liked Scrabble, altho its a stripped down version of the DS title. Cut The Rope was good too. And a few others already mentioned in the article, or other comments.
I really would like to mention Game & Watch titles again though. These are Nintendo history and they were remade more nicely than the gameboy and gameboy advance gallery titles.
Only Ball and Vermin have been released again on the physical devices recently (Super Mario Bro and Zelda). If you are old enough to have grown up playing these devices, dsiware is the only official way to replay the games without dealing with those 40 yr old electronic toys.
I really disagree on Castle Conqueror Heroes. Baffling story, insanely difficult, and unbearably slow gameplay.
Similar with Dragon Quest Wars, another Fire Emblem-like game. I felt that even decent plays require way too much high-level chess knowledge. Otherwise it's all down to luck.
Pictobits and Mario & DK are really great puzzle games! Though I didn't finish them, because they were a bit too stressful for me.
Birds and Beans! It’s a Warioware mini game that got a spin off to become its own thing. Get it!
I agree. Spotto is a great game for the money. Also, if I recall correctly, it was developed by Intelligent Systems?
Inchworm Animation is rendered obsolete by Butterfly for the 3DS. Get that instead. Otherwise, excellent list.
Warioware Snapped was one of the most disappointing games I’ve ever bought lol. I loved Wario and the Warioware games as a kid and that was my first eshop purchase. I played with it for like 15 minutes and thought “that’s it?”
I mean sure, for what it is it’s a decent little gimmick of a title. Honestly a tech demo more than anything. But as a kid who thought he was getting a full blown Wario game, man I was let down.
Are you able to download DSiWare games from a 3DS?
My DS is just the launch DS and it does not have internet, which I am so thankful for these days.
trust me.. they ain't "gone forever" there will ALWAYS be ways to find them through alternative means.
@dartmonkey just curious, why include games that have "poor" ratings from you guys like the Wario one?
@CDub30 I wrote in the text that it's a weak entry. BUT it is part of a hugely popular series that will be disappearing from sale — and an entry that's unlikely to return in any other form. As such, I felt it was worth highlighting for WarioWare fans who might want 'the whole set'.
did anyone else forget how...atrociously little space there is on the 3DS for DSI games? sheesh, i'm barely fitting 10 games on here
@accc Looking back, I didn't realize it got a sequel on the 3DS. Had to get that before it disappeared too.
Any chance of a Top List of notable Wii U and 3DS Paid DLC to Grab before they're gone?
The Ancients Beckon is one of the best digital pinball games I have ever played. They took the best parts of the best '80s/'90s pinball games and mixed them all together.
My only gripe is that trying to use the touch screen to nudge the table is an effort in futility.
Shantae 2 isn't on the list!
Not one single Game & Watch game was on the list!
Puzzle Quest is available on cart, but for a mere $7, the digital copy might be worthwhile to someone who doesn't have the game already. The Switch remake is pretty darn good, but it's not as nostalgic as the original, and doesn't fit in your pocket.
And if you like Game & Watch, there are quite a few Game & Watch titles available!
...did I mention Game & Watch?
Does anyone know if Jazzy Billiards is any good?
@somebread Get a bigger SD card =)
@Asaki on 3DS they have to be installed on console to be played!
also, i think shantae isn't on the list because it's been ported by now
@Magician I came here straight away to say this. I love that game and wish it or a sequel would show up elsewhere.
@accc I love that game, first game I ever bought on my 3ds. Didn't know it was delisted, very unique and really fun.
Honestly, the entire DSiWare, Wii U E-Shop, 3DS E-Shop, Wii U Virtual Console, 3DS Virtual Console, Wii U DLC, 3DS DLC, Wii U Updates, and 3DS Updates lists should be ranked in full from top to bottom instead of Top X numbers.
Great article. That and this Comments section are a nice compilation.
@takwu Wholeheartedly agree with you - these Game &Watch versions are good ports and I was disappointed they didn’t release more. Definitely must haves for me.
@itslukec yes! Good job on the mention, the replayability is high for Birds and Beans and the other WarioWare spin off, Paper Airplane, is fun too.
Here are other personal favorites of mine:
Valet Parking 1989 - fun, fun 80’s themed overhead parking arcade simulator. You take your stylus and park cars for clubs under a time frame. Good replay value especially with the humorous dialogue and funny ending.
Flight Control - although this game is available on the Switch as a knockoff called “Airport Mania” and an enhanced version called “Fly Together!”, this is the original version where you take your stylus and draw the paths for aircraft to land as they randomly show up, in a timed fashion, doing your best avoiding crashes. Again, high arcade replay ability as you want to get a top score (like Bird & Beans!) and very popular that a sequel was made for mobile phones. Totally enjoy it.
Maybe Dragon Quest Wars and Pyoro.
Chronos Twin is not good...lots of walking with nothing happening, and the jumping and combat feel bad
@Eel I'm trying to find Petit Computer on my 3DS eshop. I'm seeing only SmileBASIC, which I guess is a sequel? Is it basically the same thing?
@Gryffin it’s kind of the same thing. A little bit more complex, but also more capable. Even if you don’t want to program, there should be plenty of fun games and apps to download for it.
It unfortunately didn’t click with me in the same way Petit Computer did, which I still play with every now and then. With Smile Basic I just stopped one day shortly after it released and haven’t opened it since.
I’m not sure what will happen with it once the eshop closes down though, since that one depends on a subscription service for online features.
@Eel Thank you I'm going to think about it.
PSA - Maestro does not work on 3DS due to a scaling issue (either when played with a cart, or the disware version). The first spider boss that requires you to hit a drum is impossible to hit - the hitbox when rescaled doesn't exist in the playable area.
It is an absolute gem of a game, and if you own a DS Phat or DSi, definitely worth importing a physical version. But don't download that Dsiware on 3DS. You will be disappointed.
Now we need a list of the best virtual console games on the systems
@Divinebovine u must not be too good at it chronos twins is amazing. One of the most unique games on the dsiware that uses the dual screen mechanic
@flightsaber Thanks for the warning.
@rosemo Nintendos Face Raiders which may be different from Face Pilots, was a direct ripoff er copy of an earlier 3rd party game, though I've forgotten the name, I think it had the name germs in it. that original was a good game too, but not very successful.
@Desa Nintendo stated that only usable on Switch after late March. Btw, this is the only way to add funds currently.
Aura-Aura Climber is short but incredibly hard towards the end, and getting a high score is exhilarating.
Hey! Where is Pro Jumper! Guilty Gear Tangent!? I remember that you don't like fighting games and don't care about them, but Pro Jumper! Guilty Gear Tangent!? is not a fighting game!
Fun fact: Not only can you get all of the games for free by modding your DS and Wii U but you can also get the games after the eShop shuts down
Oh man great memories. Mostly thanks to you guys I have already played and enjoyed the vast majority of those. Steamworld Tower Defence may have surprisingly slipped the net.
Does anyone know if Chronos Twins is the exact same game as the physical DS release Europe got? Sounds like it, just looking for confirmation.
Fellas, let me introduce you to the concept of stealing.
Oh gosh I’ve already spent far to much on the eshop
With that being said I recommend Spotto in terms of Dsi ware, you play as a penguin and solve little puzzles by throwing bombs, it’s wonderfully cute and well worth it.
Also can’t forget Mario clock!
@MikeJones Not sure, but many DSiWare games ended up being mostly DS games, just with some features removed. This might be one of those.
Sadly, Dark Void Zero is no longer available on Steam.
How do you get more space on the 3DS to install more than a few DSiWare games? I have a large memory card, but all of the DSi games go on the paltry system memory.
Go Go Kokopolo!
Glad to see Pinball Pulse here! I love the game so much I rank it alongside my favorite real pinball machines. Anyone with ANY interest in pinball should absolutely grab it before it's gone.
Dang I’m away and I can’t buy 3DS games directly from the website apparently. Hopefully the shop will still be open when I get back!
@sotoam You can copy them onto your micro SD card, then delete them from the system memory to create room for more DSiWare on your system memory. It's all handled through the data management application in system settings.
It's necessary to do this because the 3DS downloads the DSiWare to your system memory from the eShop.
So you can have all the DSiWare you can fit on your micro SD card, but only those that are also on your system memory show up and can be played. So once you've copied all your DSiWare onto you micro SD card, it's just a matter of copying them back over to the system memory to make them playable. The DSiWare will remain on your micro SD card, even after copying it to the system memory. So remember, only delete the DSiWare from your system memory, never from your micro SD card.
That might all seem a little abstract, but once you go into the data management application in system settings and play around a bit, it'll become pretty clear.
EDITS: After playing around with the data management application in system settings a bit more tonight, I've adjusted some wording and added a few things to help with clarity.
Why has nobody mentioned Escapee GO!? That's one of the best DSiWare ever made!
While Maestro: Jump in Music is amazing, the DSiWare version has a scaling issue when played on the 3DS or new 3DS models that makes the first boss unbeatable (one of the drums has their hitbox entirely unclickable due to the difference in resolution). It's unfortunate, but if you want to play it today, I recommend playing on an actual DS and importing the full cartridge from Europe, which has 6 or 7 times more levels. It's my favorite DS game, and I kept an original DS model just to play it.
Missing Metal Torrent and Flip the Core, two good shmups.
@flightsaber Just for clarification, is this scaling issue a problem when playing the full cartridge on a new 3DS?
Just pulled the trigger on Pop Plus, Chrono Twins, Soul of Darkness, and Doodle Fit. These will be my last purchases on the eShop. May its transactional soul rest in peace and its redownloading spirit continue in perpetuity. 🙏
Here we are on the last day of the eShop, and there's no sign of Four Swords Anniversary Edition reappearing. Frankly, that's a scummy move on Nintendo's part.
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