Toki Tori 2 Arrives On Wii U eShop, Along With Castlevania For 3DS

By Ishaan . April 4, 2013 . 10:00am

Nintendo 3DS eShop Update (US):

 

This week’s 3DS eShop update brings the original Castlevania to the Virtual Console for $4.99 Joining it is Real Heroes: Firefighter 3D. Meanwhile, escapeVektor is on discount sale for $4.99, while Colors! 3D has received a major update, which you can read about here.

 

Additionally, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity has new DLC, and Gabrielle’s Ghostly Groove 3D from Natsume is available as a download title.

 

Wii U eShop Update (US):

 

Toki Tori 2 is out on the Wii U eShop this week. The game is being released at the introductory price of $13.49 through April 19th, after which it will cost $14.99.

 

You can view this week’s full eShop update at this link.

 

Nintendo 3DS eShop Update (EU):

 

This week’s eShop update in Europe brings Witch & Hero, Alien Chaos 3D and Mega Man 3 to the 3DS. Meanwhile, DSiWare gets Circle Entertainment’s Ah! Heaven.

 

Wii U eShop Update (EU):

 

Toki Tori 2 is available on the Wii U eShop this week in Europe as well.

 


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  • AuraGuyChris

    Holy crap, it’s $1.50 less! That’s a deal breaker right there.

  • malek86

    I would actually buy a 3D Classics version of Castlevania. Never finished it, but I kinda liked it.

    • Juan Andrés Valencia

      I would love that. Maybe even Simon’s Quest 3D ;)

    • neo_firenze

      If they did a 3D Classics version I might actually bite. Castlevania would look pretty cool with depth effects. As-is, I’m not interested in re-buying the game without something different. Still have the GBA release from the Classic NES series that does the same thing just fine for me.

      Also makes me bitter every time I see a 3DS Virtual Console release that was already sold on Wii Virtual Console. It just irritates me knowing that Sony handles this so much better with PS1 classics being playable across systems (PS3, PSP, Vita) but Nintendo asks you to buy the same Virtual Console game twice to play on two different machines. Yeah, I know it’s because Sony has universal user accounts and Nintendo doesn’t… but that’s kind of the problem, why DON’T they?

      • malek86

        Don’t ask. Nintendo is so much behind the curve when it comes to online, sometimes I think they believed it was a fad or something. They really should have ironed the infrastructure during the Wii days, instead of dwindling around with friend codes and stuff. Now they need to play catch up.

        Anyway, sometimes it’s also a matter of company strategy. MS has universal accounts but they still make you buy Windows 8 and Xbox 360 games separately (although I think there have also been a few universal ones lately).

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