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This Week in Europe Downloads - August 4, 2011

by Daan Koopman - August 1, 2011, 2:51 pm EDT
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Pac-Man fever and a hyperactive wildcat lead the way in this week's downloads.

European gamers have five new titles to look forward this week to on the various online services.

Nintendo 3DS owners will be able to download the all-time classic Pac-Man from the Virtual Console service. The game will be yours for the price of £3.60/€4.

DSiWare-wise, we mostly play catch-up this Thursday. BiP's My Australian Farm, priced at 200 Points (£1.80/€2) and the overhead shooter The Lost Town: The Dust, priced at 500 Points (£4.50/€5) will finally make it out over here and can be found in the DSi Shop and the Nintendo eShop.

The only previously unreleased game in the portable stores this week is Go! Go! Kokopolo. This arcade-styled game will put you in the shoes of Kokopolo, a hyperactive wildcat who is out on revenge for the disruption of this afernoon slumber. In total there are 80 stages to boot filled with mazes, enemies and super fast gameplay. The title will set you back 800 Points (£7.20/€8).

For the final game we return to our Wiis and see if we can compete with the best in Monochrome Racing from Nordcurrent. The title offers a lot value for your 500 Points. There will be more than 80 tracks to race on and ten cars to fully upgrade and tweak as you please.

[EU] Re-live Classic Pac-Man on Nintendo 3DS

Look out for the latest games and content available on the Nintendo eShop, Nintendo DSi Shop and Wii Shop Channel.

1st August 2011: Some games need no introduction as they have been passed down from generation to generation and enjoyed by each just as much as the previous. PAC-MAN™ is one of those games which has captured the imagination of players since it was first launched and has gone on to become one of the most iconic games ever created.

Available for the first time to Nintendo 3DS owners via the Nintendo eShop, Pac-Man’s got the munchies and it is just up to you to avoid being picked off by one of the ghosts before you can clear the level as this Game Boy classic arrives this Thursday on Virtual console for Nintendo 3DS.

Check out the latest offerings below which are also available for download this week via the Nintendo eShop, Nintendo DSi Shop and Wii Shop Channel.

Pac-Man (Namco-Bandai)
Nintendo eShop (Virtual Console) - €4,00
Game Description: All the classic PAC-MAN™ action has been captured to give you an authentic PAC-MAN experience on your Nintendo 3DS.  

Go! Go! Kokopolo (Room 4 Games)
Nintendo eShop (DSiWare) - €8,00
Nintendo DSi Shop (DSiWare) - 800 Nintendo DSi Points
Game Description: Take control of Kokopolo, the hyperactive wildcat, in a crazy, fast and frantic, action-packed game set across 80 stages of arcade mayhem. Hunt down those responsible for disturbing your afternoon slumber, with a quick slash from your sharp claws, and lure them into an epic chase, through mind-twisting mazes, and across hazard filled highways.

The Lost Town: The Dust (CIRCLE Ent.)
Nintendo eShop (DSiWare) - €5,00
Nintendo DSi Shop (DSiWare) - 500 Nintendo DSi Points
Game Description: In 2037, a remote little town in the South American Andes suffers a massive explosion at nearby military bio-chemical facility. Chilia, an expert weapons master, is set the task of having to defend the town and the innocent people who live there from the fallout from the explosion.

My Australian Farm (Tivola)
Nintendo eShop (DSiWare) - €2,00
Nintendo DSi Shop (DSiWare) - 200 Nintendo DSi Points
Game Description: My Australian Farm is a breeding simulation game for all ages. At the beginning, all you own is an empty field, a little money and a single emu. You need to feed the emu and take care of it as you begin to grow your farm to unlock new features and bonuses.

Monochrome Racing (Nordcurrent)
Wii Shop Channel (WiiWare) - 500 Wii Points
Game Description: Experience the sound of screeching tyres, the smell of burned rubber, the rush of adrenaline and enemies that are left in your dust – these are the emotions that drive real racers. However there is much more than this in the world of Monochrome Racing – there is the passion for colour!




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