Nintendo Download: November 6th, 2014 (North America)

Thursday, November 6th, 2014

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It will be tough to follow up the massive ‘Broke-tober” we all just went through. But that’s what Nintendo has to do. And they’re looking to do it with games like Sonic Boom (Nov. 11th), Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley (Available now), Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth (Nov. 25th), Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby (Nov. 21st), the DLC that includes Link for Mario Kart 8 (Nov. 13th), Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (Nov. 21st), and a possible slew of “Nindies” with Tengami, A World of Keflings and Thomas Was Alone with definitive November release dates and many others labeled as Winter.

But for today, we have the Sonic Boom 3DS demo, released yesterday after the Nintendo Direct. We have Sonic games getting price reductions on both systems. We have Sportsball. We have The Swapper. We have Super Mario Advance for the Wii U Virtual Console. We have Pokemon Puzzle Challenge on the 3DS Virtual Console. We have the nintendogs + cats games making their eShop arrival. We have Shigeru Miyamoto’s Pikmin Short Movies that were released yesterday after the Direct. And finally, we have the release of one of the earliest crowdfunding games we followed, Pier Solar and the Great Architects.

You can check out the full press release here. Also, be sure to see the gallery of releases below.

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