Nintendo Weekly Digital Update: February 21, 2013
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate gets some dare we say, ultimate, love.
Happy Thursday, Nintendo fans, it's time for the weekly digital eShop update! This week Nintendo is throwing down on the demos, offering a free snippet of the upcoming Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate on both Wii U and 3DS. Joining them are some blasts from the past, including Yoshi and Captain Zero, so get them gaming digits over to your Nintendo console and check out this week's selections:
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate – Demo Version (Wii U eShop, free): With stunning high definition visuals and a new online chat system, this promises to be the best Monster Hunter in the series yet.
F-Zero (Wii U eShop, $0.30): To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Famicom system, this Super NES classic will be available for only $0.30 for a limited time.
Trine 2: Director's Cut – Demo Version (Wii U eShop, free): This gorgeous physics puzzle platformer comes repackaged with a Wii U exclusive level and Gamepad compatible controls.
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate – Demo Version (3DS eShop, free): Try out the 3DS version of this upcoming title, which will feature local cross play with the Wii U version upon their simultaneous March 19 release.
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed – Demo Version (3DS eShop, free): The full game is already available for purchase, so take it for a test spin first. Features up to 4 players and has 20 characters and 25 tracks from iconic Sega games and series.
Yoshi (3DS eShop, $4.99): Mario's intrepid sidekick is back with this re-release of the 1992 puzzle game.
Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan (3DS eShop, $39.99, free demo available): This well received stylish nod to retro RPGs makes it way to North America at long last.
Picdun 2: Witch's Curse (3DS eShop, $4.99): In this sequel to the dungeon RPG original, play as a duo by choosing from one of three new female avatars, the Archer, the Whipper, and the Spellcaster.
Viking Invasion 2 – Tower Defense (3DS eShop, $7.99): Features 12 maps with 8 types of towers and over 90 upgrades and earns the distinction of being one of the few cartoon tower defense title on 3DS.