Nintendo Download: February 20th, 2014 (North America)

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

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This week’s Nintendo Download features a game covered during last week’s Nintendo Direct, the digital release of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (tomorrow, February 21st), and a bit more. Fans of Level-5 and Guild01 should put down Bravely Default for a bit and give Weapon Shop de Omasse a try. And if you weren’t aware—with the release of Izuma Eleven in North America last week came several full length episodes of the Izuma Eleven anime. One major mainstream release, and a few things that cater towards a niche crowd like ourselves.

What’s new on the Virtual Console? Ice Hockey (Wii U) and Sky Kid (3DS). I wonder when we’ll start to see the titles featured in NES Remix 2. April 25th will be here before we know it, after all. Kung Fu Rabbit and Quell Reflect are also new this week. As usual, you can check out the full Press Release below.


This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content:

• Nintendo eShop on Wii U™
Donkey Kong Country™: Tropical Freeze – Donkey Kong™ barrel blasts onto the Wii U™ system! In Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, team up with buddies to master their moves, from Diddy Kong™ and his barrel jet to the fresh additions of Dixie Kong™ with her spinning ponytail and Cranky Kong™ with his cane bounce. Journey across six distinct islands filled with dynamic levels and non-stop action.

• Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS™
WEAPON SHOP de OMASSE™ – From the mind of comedian Yoshiyuki Hirai comes WEAPON SHOP de OMASSE, a humorous twist on the classic fantasy adventure. You are Yuhan, an apprentice in a weapon rental shop inside an RPG. Make weapons to the rhythm, rent them out to a hodgepodge of heroes and follow their quests through the “Grindcast” adventure stream. Forge your destiny today in this quirky love letter to classic RPGs!

INAZUMA ELEVEN™ Episodes Now Available in the Nintendo eShop– To celebrate the recent release of INAZUMA ELEVEN, check out the first three full-length episodes of the INAZUMA ELEVEN anime for free in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS. The INAZUMA ELEVEN game is a world-renowned soccer RPG that lets you build your team, learn spectacular super moves and take your character all the way to the top.

Also new this week:
• Ice Hockey (Nintendo eShop on Wii U Virtual Console™)
• Kung Fu Rabbit (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
• Quell Reflect (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
• Sky Kid (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console)

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