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This Week in Europe Downloads
« on: July 31, 2011, 11:51:36 AM »

An action packed week with 3D golf, mikoshi racing and some classic baseball.

The European download services have expanded their libary with six brand new titles, and as per usual most of them are for the eShop and DSiWare.

Gameloft's Let's Golf 3D marks the first real Nintendo 3DS Download Software title for the western audience. For the price of €6.00/£5.40, the package includes more than 100 courses spread over six different locations. Players can fully customize a character to their liking and give them special powers such as rewinding time.

On the eShop's Virtual Console you will be able to download Baseball this week. This classic Game Boy title from the yesteryear will set you back €3.00/£2.70.

DSiWare enthusiasts are certainly not forgotten with the arrival of three new games for both the DSi and 3DS. The first is Artillery: Knights vs. Orcs, a new strategy game by the people from KRITZELKRATZ 3000. Your goal in this title is to bombard your opponent, with a full arsenal at your disposal. Players have to carefully adjust their firepower and pay close attention to the wind direction so they can be victorious in battle. There are two single-player campaigns spawning over 200 levels and also a dedicated multiplayer mode. The game will cost you €5.00/£4.50.

The second DSiWare title of this week is Go Series Portable Shrine Wars from Gamebridge. Players take control over a mikoshi, a portable shrine from the Japanese Shinto region, to participate in the most over the top race of the year. To help yourself along the way, you can slam opponents into the crowd or fling team members at the opposing team to slow them down. Portable Shrine Wars is available for €2.00/£1.80.

The final game on DSiWare, and the only WiiWare game this week, is Successfully Learning German Year 5. Pupils will have to solve a variety of hard exercises that will help them to learn the language in a playful way. The learning tool can be downloaded for 500 Wii Points or £4.50/€5.00 on DSi Shop and Nintendo eShop.