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This Week: Once planned as a WiiWare release, PC game NightSky from Nicalis (Cave Story) arrives instead on the 3DS eShop in full stereoscopic 3D. Meanwhile, Level-5 and Suda51 team up to deliver an anime-esque shooter in Liberation Maiden. If that’s not enough, Castlevania: The Adventure comes to the Virtual Console, and Mutant Mudds gets 20 new free levels. All this, and what’s coming soon to the Wii U and 3DS eShop.

(Regularly updated as addition information becomes available.)

NightSky
Nicalis
$9.99

Liberation Maiden
Level-5
$7.99

Castlevania: The Adventure (Game Boy Virtual Console)
Konami
$3.99

Ghost ‘N Goblins (NES Virtual Console)
Capcom
$4.99

Mutant Mudds DLC (20 New Levels)
Renegade Kid
FREE

Get Donkey Kong: Original Edition for free when you download one of the following games from the eShop and register it on Club Nintendo by Jan. 6, 2013:

Art Academy: Lessons For Everyone!
Crosswords Plus
Paper Mario: Sticker Star
Professor Layton And The Miracle Mask
Style Savvy: Trendsetters

Pro-Putt Domo
100 Coins
Expires 11/04

TBA – Chasing Aurora

TBA – Cloudberry Kingdom

TBA – Little Inferno

TBA – Mighty Switch Force HD

TBA – Nano Assault Neo

TBA – Trine 2: Director’s Cut

TBA – Toki Tori II

11/01 – 2 Fast 4 Gnomz

11/01 – Spot It! Challenge: Mean Machines (DSiWare)

11/05 – Freakyforms Deluxe: Your Creations Alive!

11/08 – Pokédex 3D Pro

11/08 – Dress To Play: Cute Witches!

11/08 – Johnny Hotshot

11/08 – Ninja Gaiden (NES Virtual Console)

11/11 – Paper Mario: Sticker Star

11/15 – Monster Shooter

11/22 – Crashmo

11/22 – Spirit Hunters Inc.: Light

11/22 – Spirit Hunters Inc.: Shadow

11/22 – Zelda II: The Adventure Of Link (NES Virtual Console)

11/27 – Fluidity: Spin Cycle

12/20 – Wario Land II (Game Boy Virtual Console)

12/27 – Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels (NES Virtual Console)

TBA – Aero Porter

TBA – Crimson Shroud

TBA – Sonic Blast (Game Gear Virtual Console)

TBA – Sonic Labyrinth (Game Gear Virtual Console)

TBA – Tokyo Crash Mobs

Critical Kate

Critical Kate was born on the same day as the Famicom. Primarily a console gamer, Kate has been playing videogames regularly since the NES days (excluding a hiatus during most of the "128-bit" era in college). She prefers her games arcade-y, enjoys a good story, and doesn't understand the appeal of recreational frustration. You don't want to encounter her in the Facility with Remote Mines.

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