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After last week's excitement with the Netflix application coming to 3DS, now everyone gets a taste of free 3D video with the Nintendo Video application to download from the eShop. Elsewhere there's a 3D Classic, some DSiWare and a WiiWare title too.

3DS eShop

3D Classics: Xevious (Nintendo, $5.99) — The second three-dimensional revamp after the launch title 3D Classics: Excitebike, jump into the cockpit of the famous Solvalou fighter and blow things up. Lots of things. We'll see how well this one has been updated in our upcoming review.

Nintendo Video (Nintendo, free) — Download new video every week for free, with Nintendo promising 2D and 3D videos from the worlds of music, comedy, animation and Hollywood trailers. It's free, so give it a spin.


Bobby Carrot Forever (FDG Entertainment, 800pts) — After what seems like an absolute eternity in development, the cutesy carrot-cruncher comes to WiiWare with this top-down adventure. Our upcoming review will let you know if this warren-ts a purchase.


Antipole (Saturnine Games, 500pts) — Expect gravity-flipping antics aplenty in this side-scrolling puzzle platformer. Come back next week for our review.

Kung Fu Dragon (Agetec Inc., 200pts) — Climb the daunting waterfall with your world class martial artist, hoping to beat your score each time. For 200 Points this might be worth a further investigation, so expect our review soon.

Trollboarder (Enjoy Gaming, 200pts) — Released in Europe back in April, the American release has slimmed the game's price down from 500 to 200 Points. As our Trollboarder review points out, it's not really worth any number of Nintendo Points, unless that number is –500.

What's on your download plate this week?