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Japan eShop Round-Up (08/28/2013)

by Danny Bivens - August 28, 2013, 6:17 pm EDT
Total comments: 2

Japanese gamers can finally enter Double Fine's Cave.

Although the Wii U Downloadable software space has been somewhat of a wasteland (aside from Virtual Console offerings), there have been a few games here and there. Thankfully, gamers in Japan this week have a chance to finally try out The Cave! On top of that, the original The Legend of Zelda arrives on the Wii U Virtual Console, sets of popular manga are now available and old school gamers can relive some good times with Mappy. Oh, and Monster Hunter fans can get a look at the opening cinematic for Monster Hunter 4 in 3D (which you can check out below in 2D)! Check out everything below for a complete look at all of the releases on the eShop in Japan this week!


Downloadable Titles
Dokopon Choice Kinkyori Renai 1-10-kan +Omake Pack (manga) - 4,200 yen
Dokopon Choice Magi Vol.1: 1-10-kan + Omake Pack (manga) - 4,200 yen
Dokopon Choice Meitantei Konan (Detective Conan) Vol.1: 1-10-kan + Omake Pack (manga) - 4,200 yen
Nikoli no Puzzle Number Link - 500 yen
Nikoli no Sudoku 3D 8(tsu) no Puzzle de 1,000 Mon (retail title) - 2,800 yen
Runabout 3D Drive: Impossible (Crash City Mahem, retail title) - 6,090 yen

Virtual Console
Mappy (Famicom) - 500 yen

Wii U

Downloadable Titles
Unmei no Dōkutsu: The Cave - 1,000 yen
Unmei no Dōkutsu: The Cave DEMO - FREE

Virtual Console
The Legend of Zelda (Famicom Disk System) - 500 yen


ToruresuAugust 29, 2013

Monster Hunter 4 needs to be ported to the Wii U!

It'll probably happen eventually!

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