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Posted April 13, 2012 by Cody Giunta in Previews
 
 

Nintendo Store Update – 13/04/2012


This week’s Nintendo Store Update is positively brimming with retro flavour. Coming down the aisle for the Wii’s Virtual Console service is none other than the Mega Drive version of Street Fighter II: The New Challengers – but will you find anything new there? Perhaps not, unless you are yet to play the game yourself. Meanwhile, those in 3DS land can now buy up the likes of 3D Classics Kid Icarus and The Legend of Zelda, though if you were lucky enough to be an early adopter of the system and to have made the most of the recent promotion for Kid Icarus Uprising, you’d already have them in your virtual mitts for free.

Title:  Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers
System: Sega Mega Drive (Virtual Console)
Price: 800 Wii Points

Despite being called Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers, this version takes its origins not from the SNES but the Sega Mega Drive. What marks this edition of Street Fighter II different from its predecessors are a string of new features, such as a revamped scoring system,new outfits for each character and four new characters in T-Hawk, Cammy, Fei Long and Dee Jay.

Title: 3D Classics KId Icarus
System: NES (Virtual Console)
Price: $9.00

Angel Land Story once again makes it to Nintendo donwload services – only this time, it’s in 3D! Take to the skies with Pit as he battles the denziens of the underworld against the backdrop of Greek mythology.
Title: The Legend of Zelda
System: NES (Virtual Console)
Price:  $7.50

The game that started a legend, the original Legend of Zelda introduced several elements that would become mainstays of the series: triforce collection, princess rescuing and redhead assassinations.


Cody Giunta

 
I consider myself a person who plays games, savors them to their full and only then will put finger to keyboard and write about them. I'm also a big reader of everything from the fiction of Stephen King and Flann O'Brien to biographies and books on modern history. I am also deeply into my fitness and somewhere among all of these things I also have a full-time job.


One Comment


  1.  
    Anon

    Minor typo in the content: “Chasllengers”.





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