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Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Nintendo is dishing out a ton of new eShop content thanks to their first Wii U games update as well as a handful of 3DS, DSi, and Wii games.
This week, Wii U owners got the chance to download five eShop titles including the dreamy Chasing Aurora, the white-hot Little Inferno, the high-defintion remake Mighty Switch Force! Hyper Drive Edition, the twin-stick shooter Nano Assault Neo, and the puzzle platformer Trine 2: Director’s Cut. Almost two dozen Wii U retail games were also added to the eShop including New Super Mario Bros. U, ZombiU, Scribblenauts Unlimited, and more.
3DS owners have their own batch of games to be thankful including another puzzle platformer (Crashmo) and the underappreciated Zelda II: The Adventure of Link.
Hit the break for more details on all of these games as well as this week’s new DSi and Wii downloads. (more…)
The July 2012 issue of Nintendo Power has revealed that WayForward is hard at work on a high definition remake of 3DS platformer Mighty Switch Force! for the Wii U.
The unimaginatively titled Mighty Switch Force! HD will include all of the additional features WayForward created for the “Bonus Incidents” update as well as completely redrawn character art. And according to Creative Director Matt Bozon, the developer may throw a few more extras into the Wii U version, which will be available to download from the Wii U eShop shortly after the system’s launch.
And if you’re a WayForward fan, you’ll be happy to know they’ve got more downloadable games in production for both the 3DS and Wii U.