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While Microsoft and Sony have been ramping down their digital releases over the last few weeks, Nintendo is going all out with this week’s Nintendo Download. Ready… Set… Go…
- FAST Racing Neo (Wii U) is Shin’en Multimedia’s homage to the futuristic racing found in Nintendo’s famed F-Zero franchise. Players will be able to tear through 16 tracks at 60 frames per second in three “high-octane competitions.”
- SteamWorld Heist (3DS) is a side-scrolling strategy game from Image & Form starring the adventurous race of robots from their well-liked SteamWorld Dig.
- Terraria (3DS) is Re-Logic’s famed exploration/building game, available for the 3DS for the first time.
- Devil’s Third (Wii U) is an action game from Tomonobu Itagaki that stars Ivan, “a brutal ex-mercenary” who specializes in “an east-meets-west blend of ninja-style melee combat and modern gunplay.”
More information about all of these games (and a few other new releases) can be found after the break. (more…)
Shin’en Multimedia has announced that FAST Racing Neo, their sequel to 2011’s FAST Racing League and a spiritual successor to the F-Zero franchise, will be released exclusively for the Wii U on December 10 with a $14.99 price tag:
— Shin'en Multimedia (@ShinenGames) December 2, 2015
Nintendo has encouraged the F-Zero comparisons by hosting demo stations of Shin’en’s sci-fi racer at this Summer’s E3 Expo and PAX Prime, helping FAST Racing Neo become one of the most visible “Nindies” in the process.