Nintendo Download: October 2nd, 2014 (North America)

Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

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It’s almost time.

We are less than 12 hours away as of this writing to the launch of Super Smash Bros. for 3DS, both at stores and on the eShop. We at oprainfall are excited to finally get our hands on the series’ first portable entry as we continue to wait for the Wii U version to launch this holiday season… I think. One thing to note before you purchase the game, a free update to access the online portion of the game is available right now. So if you’re planning on purchasing it tonight, you can get a jump start on your night right now.

Meanwhile, it appears that Konami is having a Castlevania celebration this October. It starts today with the re-release of the SNES game Dracula X. Over the next two weeks, GBA games Circle of the Moon and Harmony of Dissonance will release as well. Who knows what else could be in store over in the final two weeks leading up to Halloween.

Meanwhile, releases are pretty light this week with 99Seconds and Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle making up the remaining highlighted releases. Over in sales, Jett Rocket II: The Wrath of Taikai and Tappingo have been reduced by 30% for at least two weeks.

You can check out the full list of happenings in the press release. Also, be sure to check out the gallery of releases below.

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