Nintendo Download: August 9th, 2012

Thursday, August 9th, 2012

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Welp, Nintendo has decided to grace us once again with its digital offerings with this week’s Nintendo Download. This week, they’ve been kind enough to give us not one, not two, but three games that nobody’s ever heard of. Slow down, Nintendo of America! Don’t want to hurt yourself! The games available this week include Commando: Steel Disaster on the DSi ($7.99), Touch Battle Tank 3D ($4.99), and Real Bout Fatal Fury Special on the Wii’s Virtual Console (900 points).

In addition to that, they’re discounting Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins on the eShop to $2.99 from now until August 15th as part of their Month of Mario promotion for New Super Mario Bros. 2. Also, they’re offering a free month of family selections on Hulu Plus for the Wii until September 23rd.  You can go to huluplus.com/wii1 to sign up for your free trial.

Finally, there are some videos of Olympic events recreated in LEGO form on the Nintendo Video app. Because, as we all know, nothing on the eShop could ever top a crappy stop-motion recreation of the Olympics.

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UPDATE: Oops. I forgot the most important bit of info from this story. We get a new Puzzle Swap panel based on New Super Mario Bros. 2! That makes everything better.

PERZZL SWERP, GERS!! PERZZL SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEERP!!!!

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