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Nintendo Downloads - November 24, 2016

by Donald Theriault - November 24, 2016, 6:11 am EST
Total comments: 2 Source: Nintendo

With most of the Black Friday madness dealt with, let's talk things for the weekend.

North America has a couple of odder titles in the "new content" category this week. The Wii U gets the Metroid-like Exile's End, a recent jumper from the PlayStations courtesy of XSEED (see Zach's review), while the 3DS ups its RPG power level one last time (for this year) with Dragon Ball Fusions. Stupid dance not included, but that's what the sales are for.

The Virtual Console has a great sequel this week, a game that took some creative risks on a rapid turnaround for the same console and ended up ranging from "bollocks" to "GOAT". It also ended a long standing Nintendo policy. I speak, of course, of the newest member of the New 3DS's Virtual Console, Breath of Fire II. There's also a Zelda game on Wii U, but you're probably better off snagging one of the Zelda games out of Nintendo's Black Friday sale instead.

Europe marks the end of hiding your Pokémon Sun and Moon spoilers on social media, as the games finally come out following the punishment period. Nice to see #TeamPopplio expanding overseas. There's also a rollup release - don't be confused, Animal Crossing New Leaf is already on the eShop, this is just a higher priced release that includes the patch. Following a couple of weeks off, the VC returns to Europe with Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise (aka Rhythm Heaven Fever).

North America

3DS Retail

Dragon Ball Fusions (US$29.99/C$39.99, Tuesday)

Wii U eShop

Exile’s End ($9.99/$12.99, Tuesday)

Citadale ($5.00/$7.00)

Octocopter: Super Sub Squid Escape ($2.99/$)

Wii U Virtual Console

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask (N64) ($9.99)

New 3DS Virtual Console

Breath of Fire II (SNES) ($7.99/$11.29)

3DS Themes

Demos and Trials


Sales and Price Drops

Full spreadsheet

Highlights: Activision, Level-5, THQ/Nordic and Sonic titles are on sale, plus the eShop's Black Friday sale.


3DS Retail

Pokemon Sun and Moon (€44.99/£39.99, Wednesday)

Animal Crossing New Leaf: Welcome Amiibo (€39.99/£34.99; replaces existing Animal Crossing New Leaf listing, can update existing game for free)

Wii U eShop

Exile’s End (€9.99/£8.99, Tuesday)

Octocopter: Super Sub Squid Escape (€2.99/£2.69)

Ohayou! Beginner’s Japanese (€2.99/£2.69)

Wii U Virtual Console

Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise (Wii) (€19.99/£17.99)

3DS Themes

Nintendo: Pokémon Solageo and Lunala/Sun and Moon Tropical (€1.99/£1.79 ea)

13AM Games: Pirate Pop Plus (€1.82/£1.62)

Rainbow: A Fairylicious Christmas (€1.99/£1.79)

Sanrio: Hello Kitty with Apples, Candyfloss, Pizza, At The Spa (€0.99/£0.89)

Demos and Trials


Picross 3D: Round 2

Sales and Price Drops

Nintendo has announced a "up to 40% off" sale from 25 - 28 November.

  • Twilight Princess HD €34.99/£27.99
  • Star Fox Zero €34.99/£27.99
  • Star Fox Guard €10.49/£9.09
  • Pullblox World €5.99/£5.39
  • Hyrule Warriors Legends €27.99/£24.99
  • Story of Seasons €23.99/£20.99
  • BOXBOY €2.99/£2.69
  • BOXBOXBOY €2.99/£2.69

My Nintendo discounts can also be claimed for:

  • Tokyo Mirage Sessions €41.99/£34.99
  • Yoshi's Woolly World €29.99/£23.99
  • Fire Emblem Fates (Birthright or Conquest) €31.49/£27.99
  • Mario and Luigi: Paper Jam Bros €23.99/£20.99

Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty is 50% off until 4 December.

Terraria (Wii U / 3DS) is 25% off until 8 December.

VRog is on sale until 15 December.

Snow Moto Racing 3D is on sale until December 1.

Deep Silver titles including Mighty No 9 and DLC are on sale until 8 December.

Hullbreach Studios titles are on sale until 8 December.

Treva Entertainment titles are on sale until 8 December.

Lightwood Games titles are on sale until 1 December.

EnjoyUp Games titles are on sale until 22 December.

Abylight titles are on sale until 1 December.

U Host has been permanently reduced to €4.99/£4.99.


ejamerNovember 24, 2016

Interesting to note that (in North America?) Majora's Mask on Wii U doesn't offer any discount for people who own the Wii Virtual Console equivalent.  This is the first time I remember seeing a title on both that didn't give a nice discount... and while not a big deal because I could just use the Wii Virtual Console anyway it is kind of disappointing.

pokepal148Spencer Johnson, Contributing WriterNovember 24, 2016

I should probably get liberation maiden someday.

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