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Nintendo Download | Resident Evil 6

This Nintendo Download has finally done what I’ve been waiting for all October – it got Halloweeny! Which is to be expected, since we’re just a week away from the spooky holiday, as well as the upcoming release of Luigi’s Mansion 3! As such, this Nintendo Download has some cool sweepstakes to check out, a bunch of featured titles, the usual sales and a bag full of digital candy. So let’s get started with some zombies, demons and one little monkey.

Nintendo Download | Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD

Capcom loves re-releasing games, and especially those from popular series like Resident Evil. So this time, we’re getting a twofer – Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6, respectively. Despite having heard bad things about both titles, I also never expected them to be able to run on a Nintendo console. So assuming they’re well optimized, both games might be worth a look. As an added bonus, if you’ve bought any of the previously released Resident Evil games already, you can pre-purchase 5 and 6 with a 33% discount. If you prefer more demonic fun, then you will love the antics of Disgaea 4 Complete+! And finally, if you like monkeying around (I’m so sorry), then you might enjoy Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD. But that’s not all this week of the Nintendo Download, not by a long shot. So let’s continue with a special sweepstakes offer.

Nintendo Download | Luigi's Mansion Sweepstakes

  • Enter the My Nintendo Luigi’s Mansion 3 Sweepstakes! – This year, the spookiest holiday of the year is extra spooky because the Luigi’s Mansion 3 game arrives on Oct. 31. Want to help us celebrate the game’s launch? You can enter the My Nintendo Luigi’s Mansion 3 Sweepstakes, exclusively for My Nintendo members. Redeem your My Nintendo Platinum Points for a chance to win spooky-fun prizes. The statues are incredibly detailed – seriously, check out the design of the ghost-sucking Poltergust G-00. It even matches the design seen in the game’s trailers.

Nintendo Download | Disgaea 4 Complete+

Next up in today’s Nintendo Download, it’s time for some sales. If you want a newly released horror adventure for a slight discount, try Raging Loop (Switch) for $26.99; or to ascend a nightmare, try Mary Skelter 2 (Switch) for $31.99; for a cute looking puzzle game, try Where the Bees Make Honey (Switch) for $6.99; for some violent mayhem, try Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition (Switch) for $23.99; to take a chance on a discount, try Hidden (Switch) for a mere $1.99; for something creepy, try Amnesia: Collection (Switch) for $19.49; fans of masochism should get Blasphemous (Switch) for $19.99; to give in to madness, look no further than Omen Exitio: Plague (Switch) for $6.69; or for something classic, try Raiden V: Director’s Cut (Switch) for $17.99; for a new perspective, try The Child’s Sight (Switch) for $2.49; to help a child escape from horror, try Among the Sleep – Enhanced Edition (Switch) for $12.49; for a new take on the Zelda formula, try The Swords of Ditto: Mormo’s Curse (Switch) for $7.49; or for some voxel scares, try The Padre (Switch) for $9.99; for an amazing discount on a cool game, try Way of the Passive Fist (Switch) for $3.74; to reach your SHMUP quota, try Anger Force: Reloaded (Switch) for $6.49; for some portable scares, try Plasmaphobia: Hall of Specters 3D (3DS) for $0.99; or for something basic, try Halloween Pinball (Switch) for $1.97; for a compelling mystery, try Flood of Light (Switch) for $2.44; to flex those dungeon crawling muscles, try Crawl (Switch) for half off at $7.49; and for an amazing discount, try Mutant Mudds Collection (Switch) for only $1.49. Sadly no Wii U games worth noting this week, though you can see all the games I didn’t mention by clicking here.

Nintendo Download | Atelier Ryza

There’s never a shortage of digital offerings, so here’s what to look for during next week’s Nintendo Download. If you love retro games, try Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and the Lion King. For some RPG fun, try Dusk Diver. If you prefer management games, try Harvest Moon: Mad Dash. For some multiplayer mayhem, try Door Kickers: Action Squad. In the spirit of the season, I have to mention VAMPYR. Or if you like turn based action, try Spaceland. If you love some alchemy waifu, try Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout. And lastly, for a faithful port of an incredible looking game, try Xeno Crisis.

Nintendo Download | Creepy Brawlers

There may be less digital games this week than last, but there’s still plenty to enjoy. For a duo of strategy games, try Anthill and Deep Space Rush. For a feline adventure, try Cat Quest II. For some platforming fun, try Dark Devotion, The Legend of Dark Witch and Pixel Gladiator. For SHMUP fun, try Ghost Blade HD and Vortex Attack EX. For some Halloween fun, try Dark Veer and HAUNTED: Halloween ’86. And finally, for a spooky boxing game, try Creepy Brawlers.

Nintendo Download | Dusk Diver

All in all, a pretty worthy tribute to the holiday season. Thanks for joining us here at oprainfall for your weekly Nintendo Download, and be sure to tune in next time!

Nintendo Download | HAUNTED Halloween '86

About Josh Speer

Josh is a passionate gamer, finding time to clock in around 30-40 hours of gaming a week. He discovered Operation Rainfall while avidly following the localization of the Big 3 Wii RPGs. He enjoys SHMUPS, Platformers, RPGs, Roguelikes and the occasional Fighter. He’s also an unashamedly giant Mega Man fan, having played the series since he was eight. As Head Editor and Review Manager, he spends far too much time editing reviews and random articles. In his limited spare time he devours indies whole and anticipates the release of quirky, unpredictable and innovative games.