Fire Emblem: Awakening Demo Hits Nintendo eShop Today

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Nintendo 3DS eShop update:

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This week’s major release on the Nintendo eShop is a downloadable demo for Fire Emblem: Awakening. The full version of the game will be released on February 4th, both at retail and on the eShop.

 

Meanwhile, Nintendo also released a quirky game called Tokyo Crash Mobs, where you toss bystanders into lines of people, grouping people of same colours to make them disappear. This game costs $5.99.

 

On the retail front, Deer Drive Legends and Disney/Pixar Finding Nemo: Escape to the Big Blue are now available in download form. Finally, Kirby’s Star Stacker for the Game Boy is available on the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console for $2.99.

 

Wii U eShop update:

None.

 

Wii update:

Amazon Instant Video now available on Wii.

 

You can view this week’s Nintendo eShop update in its entirety here.

 

European eShop update:

Tokyo Crash Mobs is available in Europe for 3DS as well for €5.99/£5.39. It’s joined by Mahjong Mysteries – Ancient Athena for €4.99/£4.49. Meanwhile, the Wii U eShop gets NBA 2K13 as a download title for €59.99/£49.99.


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