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Nintendo Download - 10/26/09: Nintendo Offers Downloadable Halloween Fun from Axe to Zombies

Sorry, Belmont fans-- no Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth on WiiWare today. Fortunately, that doesn't mean this week's Nintendo Download is without merit; there are actually some other good titles on hand to help you ignore Trick or Treaters this year. Just in time for Halloween, Gameloft has Ghost Mansion Party ready for 1,000 Wii Points, but there's a good chance players might feel those points are better spent on Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 3. On DSiWare, prospects are a little less joyful, unless you love Sudoku. If that's the case, EA has you covered for 200 DSi Points. Nintendo also has the 500-point PictureBook Games: The Royal Bluff, a game of "strategy and deceit." And then we have the Virtual Console, with two blasts from the past. First up is the arcade version of Golden Axe for 900 Wii Points, but if you've gotten your fill of that one from other releases, then you may be pleased to know that Zombies Ate My Neighbors from LucasArts is available for 100 less, and is likely the one I'll be getting, as I missed out on it the first time around. Check the press release after the cut for full details on all titles. Read More

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Nintendo Download - 8.31.09: Pirates, Puzzles, Rattlers, and Role-Playing

For role-playing fans who a) only own a Wii, or b) simply did not want to shell out thirty or so dollars for Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection, there is good news for you today on Virtual Console. The original SEGA Master System title Phantasy Star is now yours to download for a mere 500 Wii Points. That's not all for retro fun, however, as WiiWare sees the second chapter of Tales of Monkey Island released, though it commands a more premium price of 1,000 Wii Points. Rounding things out in the WiiWare arena are Tecmo's 3-2-1, Rattle Battle! party game, while DSiWare gets Puzzle Leagueâ„¢ Express, and both are available for the asking price of only 500 Wii/DSi Points each. For further details on each title, check out the press release after the cut. Read More

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Nintendo Download - 7.27.09: Monkey Island and Musketeers, Card Games and Sudoku

Wow, I'm not sure what to say about this week's Nintendo Download. Last week yielded no releases for the Virtual Console, and this week is no different. Instead, there are three WiiWare games, and one DSiWare game. Of course, one of those WiiWare titles is Tales of Monkey Island: Chapter 1, which in itself is sort of retro, and a fairly considerable title at that, which may explain the lack of anything for an older console. Joining it is a card game in HB Arcade Cards, and a platform adventure in The Three Musketeers: One for All!, so the week may not be as much of a loss as it at first seemed. DSiWare, on the other hand... gets Hudson's Sudoku Student. Because that's just what the DS needs: another Sudoku game. For 200 points, I imagine some people might pick this up, but wow. You'd think there would be something else to go with it. Find all the details on this week's releases in the press release, after the cut. Read More

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Nintendo Download - 4.12.09: Pirates and Pitfalls Send Masterful Mixed Messages

An interesting release hits Virtual Console this week; interesting in part as it isn't The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, and also in part because it's a game that I seem to remember receiving a fair amount of hype back in its day, yet I never got to play it. More interesting is that for the Virtual Console release of Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure, Nintendo has apparently opted for the Genesis version... even though there was a Super NES version also available, which one might imagine would have had more colors, etc. Read More

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Curious George

Get ready for a bundle of mischief and mayhem in Curious George V, as the little monkey maneuvers through his first ever video... Read More