Nintendo Download: September 20th (North America)

Thursday, September 20th, 2012

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As most of you may recall, La-Mulana has had a troubled history when it came to being localized internationally. Nicalis originally planned to localize the game, but those plans were eventually scrapped. Now, thanks to EnjoyUp Games, the game has been localized and released this week for 1000 points ($10). It’s the only digital console offering in this week’s Nintendo Download, but boy is it a good one.

On the handheld front, we have Rising Board 3D on the eShop ($2.99) and Retro Pocket from DSiWare ($4.99/500 points). In addition, we’ve got a demo for The Denpa Men: The Came by Wave. This makes it the first time Nintendo of America has released a demo for one of its own games before it was released. Hopefully, Nintendo will continue this pattern with more digital titles in the future.

Also, for any Pokemon fans that own a 3DS, don’t forget that Pokedex 3D will be pulled from the eShop on October 1st, so you have until then to update the app or download it if you haven’t already, which is still available for free. It’ll be replaced with Pokedex 3D Pro, which will have a price. What that price will be in North America is unknown at this time.


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