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Submitted by robparko 951d ago | news

Nintendo Download for October 18, 2012 (North America)

Another week, another batch of downloadable content available on Nintendo handhelds and consoles. Super Mario 3D Land, Ocarina of Time 3D and more among the titles available today. (3DS, Mario Kart 7, Nintendo, Nintendo DS, Star Fox 64 3D, Super Mario 3D Land, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Wii)

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GuruStarr78  +   951d ago
Whats up with Nintendo charging $40 to download those games? I can easily buy any of them for a lot less and get the physical copy.... Nintendo needs to re-think their online store selling strategies..
robparko  +   951d ago
I absolutely agree. I will always spring for the physical copy, especially if the digital copy is available for the same suggested retail price.
Bigboss999  +   948d ago
I just hope they later upload some of the great DS titles,such as Mario Kart DS and maybe Bowser's inside story and later third party titles
. But Nintendo has to generally consider the price.

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