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All Articles: Dr. Luigi
UPDATE: Nintendo has delayed the release of Pokemon Bank due to the eShop’s continued connectivity problems.
ORIGINAL STORY: Nintendo’s online marketplace is currently experiencing technical difficulties due to all of the people who found Wii Us and 3DSs under the tree yesterday. But that hasn’t stopped The Big N from updating their eShops.
Tuesday, December 31 will close out the “Year of Luigi” in style as Nintendo plans to add Dr. Luigi to the Wii U eShop before the calendar turns. But if you’re looking for something to download today, might I suggest two Virtual Console release: Super Punch-Out!! (Wii U) and Mario Tennis (3DS).
And if you’re a big Pokemon player, you might want to keep an eye out for Pokemon Bank, which will be added to the 3DS eShop tomorrow, December 27. The app allows Pokemon X/Y players to store/manage their captured Pokemon online. A $4.99 annual subscription cost will accompany the Bank, but Nintendo is offering a free trial until January 31.
You can find more details on all of these games and the rest of today’s eShop offerings after the break. (more…)
The Year of Luigi is going to end in a big way as Nintendo has announced that Dr. Luigi will be added to the Wii U eShop on December 31.
Dr. Luigi changes up the traditional Dr. Mario formula with “Operation L,” a new game mode that uses L-shaped pills. But don’t worry, a standard Dr. Mario mode (which still stars Luigi) will also be included. Online and local multiplayer will also be featured in Dr. Luigi as well as a stylus-controlled “Virus Buster” mode.
Dr. Luigi will be priced at $14.99.