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Submitted by RaikRhythm 797d ago | news

Nintendo Download: December 20th (North America)

Oprainfall writes:

"Once again, the Wii U is getting owned by the 3DS in this week’s Nintendo Download! First off, we get escapeVecktor for the eShop ($9.99) and new Coin Rush packs for New Super Mario Bros. 2 in the form of the “Mystery Adventures Pack” and the “Impossible Pack” ($2.50 a piece). In addition, we got a slew of retail releases available on the eShop, including Mario Tennis Open, Pilotwings Resort, Pokemon Rumble Blast (euuugh), and the BIT.TRIP Saga! The BIT.TRIP Saga is available for $14.99, Pokemon Rumble Blast is available for $34.99, and the rest are available for $39.99. Finally, the 3DS Virtual Console gets a new entry in the form of Wario Land II for the Game Boy Color ($4.99)." (3DS, Bit. Trip Saga, escapeVektor, Mario Tennis Open, New Super Mario Bros. 2, Nintendo, Pilotwings Resort, Super Pokemon Rumble, Wario Land II, Wii U)

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