Mario appears for the second time on the Virtual Console, and four Links invade the 3DS.
Today, Nintendo's downloadable game services see several new pieces of software. The first and most prominent release is The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition for both the eShop and DSiWare. Originally released as a bonus mode on the Game Boy Advance version of A Link to the Past, this new edition features new levels and features. The game is available free of charge for a limited time.
Exclusively for the eShop is Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins. A sequel to Super Mario Land (already available on the Virtual Console), 6 Golden Coins was originally released for the Game Boy in 1992. It is known for being the debut of Wario as this game's antagonist. The game is available now for $3.99.
For both the eShop and DSiWare two new games have been added. The first of these is Crystal Caverns of Amon-Ra from Selectsoft. A puzzle title, the objective behind the game is to capture the multicolored crystal spheres before they reach the Pit of Fire. The game features over a thousand levels in three different modes. Crystal Caverns of Amon-Ra is available for $4.99.
From EnjoyUp Games is Bugs'N'Balls, a game in which players must volley balls back and forth without getting hit by the opponent's ball. Players have four characters to choose from as well as various mini-games. Bugs'N'Balls is available now for $1.99.
The lone WiiWare game this week is Nnooo's escapeVektor: Chapter 1. A retro-inspired title, escapeVektor stars Vektor as he tried to escape the evil CPU and its army. The game features over 30 levels as players evade enemies and discover the reason behind Vektor's escape. The game is available now for 500 Wii Points.
For Nintendo Video we have another Blue Man Group video called Blue Man Group Sports. In addition, Nintendo made the announcement that they will be adding 3D trailers for their upcoming 3DS titles, including Luigi's Mansion 2, Mario Kart 7, Kid Icarus: Uprising and more.