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Nintendo Downloads – November 19, 2015

by Donald Theriault - November 19, 2015, 7:07 am EST
Total comments: 4 Source: Nintendo

No, the Canadian Mario Tennis and Stella Glow prices aren’t a typo, man.

As this happens to be the downloads that preceed Nintendo’s biggest release day of the year (allegedly), obviously the big movers of the week for North America are supposed to be Mario Tennis Ultra Smash (Wii U) and Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon (3DS). But in this case, there’s probably more fun to be had in the smaller publisher titles. You should definitely be picking up Atlus’s Stella Glow, which came out this Tuesday, or maybe Aksys’s Moco Moco Friends is more your speed.

On the eShop, the most intriguing release of the week is the world’s deadliest Scrabble tournament in Typoman, game #4 in the Nindies @ Home series. The Virtual Console has a Capcom oddity in Super Street Fighter II Turbo Revival, as the 3DS awaits the end of its long losing streak in February (a day over one year after its last release, actually).

Europe’s most intriguing title isn’t Mario Tennis, but it is a retail title: New Style Boutique 2 (Girls Mode 3 / the new Style Savvy when it comes out in North America) looks quite intriguing and also offers Amiibo support. Since Amiibo Festival is retail only, Animal Crossing Wild World hits the VC… but none of the online features work. Please understand.

North America

38 weeks without a 3DS Virtual Console release: streak to end February 27, 2016

Wii U Retail

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash (US$49.99/C$64.99: preload available, unlocks midnight Eastern)

Monster High: New Ghoul In School ($39.99/$44.99)

3DS Retail

Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon ($39.99/$49.99: preload available, unlocks midnight Eastern, free theme with purchase through December 6)

Stella Glow ($49.99/$67.09: since Tuesday, comes with theme code)

Moco Moco Friends ($39.99/$51.89: since Tuesday)

Monster High: New Ghoul In School ($29.99/$34.99: since Tuesday)

Wii U eShop

Typoman ($13.99/$17.99: $11.89/$15.29 through December 17 if Nindies @ Home demo downloaded)

Lucentek – Activate ($9.99/not in Canada)

Totem Topple ($2.99/$3.99)

3DS eShop

I Love My Pony ($24.99/$32.99)

Family Fishing ($5.99/$7.95)

Wii U Virtual Console

Super Street Fighter II Turbo Revival (GBA) ($7.99)

3DS Themes

Sega Saturn Theme

Demos and Trials

ZaciSa's Last Stand

Sales and Price Drops

Nintendo’s Cyber Sales begin on Wednesday.

Natsume titles are on sale from November 24 - December 1.

Level-5 titles are on sale from November 25 - December 2.

Adventure Time: Finn & Jake Investigations will be on sale from November 24 - December 1.

The Peanuts Movie: Snoopy's Grand Adventure and other Activision titles are on sale November 25 - December 1.

Mighty Switch Force games are on sale from November 25 - December 4.

TNT Racers: Nitro Machines Edition is $4.99 (from $7.99) until December 3.

Mobot Studios titles (Blocky Bot, Paper Monsters Recut) are on sale until December 3.

KEYTARI: 8-Bit Music Maker is $4.99 (from $7.99) November 20 - December 1.

Gemology is $5.99 (from $6.99) November 23 - 29.

AeternoBlade is $7.99 (from $14.99) until November 30.

DOOORS is $1.99 (from $3.99) November 25 - December 16.

Majesco Entertainment titles are on sale from November 23 - 30.

Hello Kitty: Picnic with Sanrio Friend and Sanrio Friends 3D Racing are on sale November 23 - December 1.

Joindots titles are on sale until November 26.


Wii U Retail

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash (€49.99/£39.99: includes code for Mario Tennis 64 through 17 December

Barbie and her Sisters: Puppy Rescue (€29.99/£24.99)

3DS Retail

New Style Boutique 2: Fashion Forward (€39.99/£34.99: includes code for New Style Boutique 2 theme Dressed Up through 17 December)

Barbie and her Sisters: Puppy Rescue (€29.99/£24.99)

I Love My Pony (€24.99/£19.99)

Wii U eShop

Typoman (€13.99/£9.99: €11.49/£8.49 through 19 December if Nindies @ Home demo downloaded)

Ninja Strike: Dangerous Dash (€5.99/£4.99)

Totem Topple (€2.99/£1.99)

3DS eShop

Johnny’s Payday Panic (€3.99/£2.99)

3DS Themes (all themes €1.99/£1.79)

New Style Boutique 2: Caprice Chalet and Dressed Up

The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes: Totem Team

Sales and Price Drops

Stone Shire is €1.00/£1.00 (regular €7.99/£7.00) through 10 December.

TNT Racers – Nitro Machines Edition is €4.99/£4.49 (regular €7.99/£6.99) through 26 November.

Mobot Studios titles (Paper Monsters Recut and Blocky Bot) are 50% off until 3 December.

Joindots 3DS titles are on sale until 26 November.


SorenNovember 19, 2015

Will definitely nab Typoman.

ejamerNovember 19, 2015

Quote from: Soren

Will definitely nab Typoman.

I'm torn on that one. From all of the Nindie at home demos, it was probably the most disappointing experience for me - but only because I had very high hopes.

I really liked the concept, but controls just weren't tight enough for a game that requires so much platforming. Lots of times I'd know what needed to be done, but wasn't able to do it because of mediocre controls - and that got frustrating quickly.

Hoping that things improved between the demo and final release, but not willing to buy until reading a few reviews. That said, it still looks impressive so hoping to hear others share their thoughts on the game.

TOPHATANT123November 19, 2015

Looking at the new footage they showed with the Wii U gamepad it looks like the removed the jank of having to push and pull letters around.

azekeNovember 19, 2015

Not having multiplayer in GBA games is one of the million reasons why putting them on Wii U makes no sense.

I am talking about Street Fighter game.

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