Die Wii U eShop Downloads der Woche (22. Januar 2015)

Nintendo hat heute wie gewohnt die eShop Downloads der Woche angekündigt. Am Donnerstag erwartet uns diesmal der Start von Citizens of Earth, Donkey Kong Country Returns (Wii), Donkey Kong Jr. Math (NES) sowie DK: King of Swing (GBA). Alles weitere findet Ihr nachfolgend.

Nintendo eShop (Wii U)

Citizens of Earth (ATLUS) – €9.59/£7.99 (Until January 29, regular price €11.99/£9.99. €7.19/£5.99 if you own the Nintendo 3DS version)
You’ve just been elected as Vice President of the World… So what now? Recruit your friends, your family, and everyone else around town to join your party and fight your battles! In this modern-day retro-RPG, you have returned home from the campaign trails for a little taxpayer-funded vacation… to find things have gone mad! Only YOU have the charisma it takes to delegate all the dirty work and save the world. So don’t ask what you can do for your countrymen…Ask what your countrymen can do for you!

Donkey Kong Country Returns (Nintendo) – €9.99/£8.99 (Until January 29, regular price €19.99/£17.99)
Two of the best-loved – and certainly the hairiest – video game characters on the planet are set to make a roaring return in Donkey Kong Country Returns. And, for the first time ever in the series, the primate pals can now face their foes side-by-side, courtesy of a new two-player mode. Donkey Kong Country Returns offers the popular side-scrolling experience the series is known for, together with new levels, spectacular graphics and added depth to gameplay, courtesy of fully 3D environments – all of which are sure to delight both fans and series newcomers alike. In this latest instalment from Nintendo, in association with Retro Studios, you’ll find yourself immersed in dynamic duo, Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong’s, quest across jungle, beach and ruins to rescue Donkey Kong’s precious banana hoard from an array of enemies.

Donkey Kong Jr. Math (Nintendo, NES VC) – €4.99/£3.49
Join Donkey Kong Jr. for a maths lesson with a difference! In this educational NES game, swing and jump around the stage, collecting numbers and symbols to calculate the correct figure displayed by Donkey Kong. Put your mathematical skills to the test in single player mode or challenge a friend to a two-player maths race. You can even pester your opponent by grabbing numbers before they do! This is the US version of the game.

DK: King of Swing (Nintendo, GBA VC) – €6.99/£6.29
The denizens of Donkey Kong’s home are staging a contest to find the ultimate hero. So when King K. Rool swipes all the medals, DK swings into action. DK: King of Swing is a unique platformer using just two buttons. Press L and R to lunge and leap from branch to branch and attack enemies, as you clamber your way through the levels. In addition to the main Adventure mode, you can also try your hand at Jungle Jam as you race against the computer in various events like climbing and obstacle races, and Barrel Blast!

Wii U eShop Angebote

Super Toy Cars (Eclipse Games) – €3.99/£3.49 (Ends January 29, regular price €7.99/£6.99)
99Moves (EnjoyUp Games) – €1.49/£1.34 (Ends February 12, regular price €2.49/£2.29)
Abyss (EnjoyUp Games) – €1.49/£1.34 (Ends February 12, regular price €1.99/£1.79)
99Seconds (EnjoyUp Games) – €1.49/£1.34 (Ends February 12, regular price €2.49/£2.29)
Blok Drop U (RCMADIAX) – €0.99/£0.79 (Ends March 18, regular price €1.49/£1.29)

 

Nintendo eShop (3DS)

Citizens of Earth (ATLUS) – €9.59/£7.99 (Until January 29, regular price €11.99/£9.99. €7.19/£5.99 if you own the Wii U version)
You’ve just been elected as Vice President of the World… So what now? Recruit your friends, your family, and everyone else around town to join your party and fight your battles! In this modern-day retro-RPG, you have returned home from the campaign trails for a little taxpayer-funded vacation… to find things have gone mad! Only YOU have the charisma it takes to delegate all the dirty work and save the world. So don’t ask what you can do for your countrymen…Ask what your countrymen can do for you!

Big Hero 6: Battle In the Bay (Avanquest) – €34.99/£29.99
Following on the heels of their super hero debut, the Big Hero 6 team has targeted a dangerous gangster named Yama and his legion of out of control fighting robots! The team is after Yama because he is a threat to their identity as Big Hero 6. Take control of the stars of the film in this action-packed combat platformer! Send robots flying across the screen as Hiro with his electro-mag gauntlets! Zoom through levels at top speed as GoGo! Slice and dice as Wasabi with his plasma blades! Smash and burn as Fred in his Kaiju monster super suit!

Hazumi (Gamelion Studios) – €3.99/£3.20
Hazumi is a game of action and puzzle-solving where you control a coloured ball. Your goal in each level is to destroy all crystal blocks. You can only remove a block if it matches the colour of the ball. Deadly traps and labyrinths will stand in your way, so use cunning to your advantage! Featuring over 100 puzzles, a level editor, pixel art graphics and immensely addictive gameplay, Hazumi will keep you entertained for days!

NES Ice Climbers (Nintendo, Theme available January 23) – €1.99/£1.79
This retro theme features classic SFX and frosty icons and folders. Scroll the Touch Screen to see Popo and Nana hammer away.

NES Pit (Nintendo, Theme available January 23) – €1.99/£1.79
This theme has an eggplant motif, classic SFX, brick folders, and purple icons. Scroll the Touch Screen to see Pit fire a bow.

NES Donkey Kong (Nintendo, Theme available January 23) – €1.99/£1.79
This retro theme features classic SFX, barrel folders, and blue icons. Scroll the Touch Screen to animate 8-bit DK.

3DS eShop Angebote

VAN HELSING SNIPER ZX100 (EnjoyUp Games) – €0.99 /£0.99 (Ends February 4, regular price €6.66/£6.66)
Shin Megami Tensei IV (ATLUS) – €12.99/£11.69 (Ends January 29, regular price €19.99/£17.99)
Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars (ATLUS) – €14.99/£13.49 (Ends January 29, regular price €29.99/£24.99)

 

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Kommentare

4 Responses to “Die Wii U eShop Downloads der Woche (22. Januar 2015)”
  1. Maximus sagt:

    Schade das Donkey Kong CR nicht WiiU Gamepad fähig ist da es keinen Classic Controller unterstützt.

    Hätte es mir wegen OFF TV für nen 10er gerne nochmal gekauft ….!!!

    • jokelschorsch sagt:

      Ich warte eher noch ne Woche, weil dann ja die MP-Trilogy kommt!

    • Doco sagt:

      Ist das denn schon bestätigt? Ich würde mir DK CR kaufen, wenn man es mit dem normalen Gamepad spielen könnte (oder dem WiiU Pro Controller). Off TV wäre zwar Klasse, aber wenn das nicht geht, was solls.

      Hauptsache das Gamepad oder der Pro Controller wird unterstützt. Denkt ihr das funktioniert?

  2. guzilli sagt:

    Anhand von dkcr sieht man wieder wie nützlich es sein kann seine Konsole zu modden. Konnte durch nen code das Spiel auf der Wii mit classic controller zocken. Hat es wesentlich angenehmer gemacht. Deswegen würde ich immer lieber meine alte Wii anstöpseln und das game nochmal zu zocken auch wenn ich die disc in die wiiu schieben könnte

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