New Nintendo eShop Selects Range Bringing Wii U eShop Titles to Retail

Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

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Nintendo have announced they will be bringing select Wii U eShop titles to retail as part of a select range called ‘Nintendo eShop Selects.’

The first two titles due to be published under the label are Shinen Multimedia’s Fast Racing Neo and Image & Form’s SteamWorld Collection, comprised of both SteamWorld Dig and SteamWorld Heist. Both retail versions will include the DLC – namely the eight additional downloadable tracks from Fast Racing Neo and ‘The Outsider’ add-on content for SteamWorld Heist.

Both games will be releasing at retail in Europe on September 30th, with a US release date TBC. You can purchase all three games on Nintendo eShop seperately right now in both territories.


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  • Lord Ackercocke

    This is great. I’ll prob pick up the SteamWorld Collection. It’s so cool that both games are together as they could have easily been released as separate purchases,

  • Josh S.

    That’s actually fantastic! If I didn’t already own both Steamworld games, I would snag that physical copy in a heartbeat. I heard good things about Fast Racing Neo, might have to try that as well. Use up less of my precious memory space haha.

  • So excited to pick up Fast Racing NEO physically. The limited space on my harddrive made it to where I couldn’t buy this game. Now I can just cross my fingers and hope for Fatal Frame 5.