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Submitted by ThomasBW84 804d ago | news

Nintendo Download: 21st February 2013 (Europe)

Nintendo's been keeping its download details for Europe under-wraps for a little longer this week, but now we know what delights are due to arrive. Both DSi and Wii are resting their weary circuits, with 3DS and Wii U stepping up with some enticing offers and big-time freebies; oh, and the new VC title is the 60Hz US-NTSC version, which has Nintendo Life staff doing a jig of joy. (3DS, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate, F-Zero, Mighty Switch Force: Hyper Drive Edition, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Night Sky, Nintendo, Trine 2: Director's Cut, Wii U)

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Nevers0ft  +   804d ago
Hmmmm, Mighty Switch Force for £4.49 - I like the price but is the game any good?
Nevers0ft  +   802d ago
To answer my own question (cos I bought the game)... It's decent but not great. Nice music, decent hand-drawn graphics but the levels are a bit of a confused mess where progression is as much luck as it is skill.

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