Nintendo Download Highlights for February 12th

Tomorrow is a big day for Nintendo fans: the New Nintendo 3DS XL finally launches in North America. And with it comes a duo of highly anticipated “launch” games, Majora’s Mask 3D and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t other worthy options available for your purchase. SEGA’s 3D Classics series strikes back with Fantasy Zone, Capcom is able to revive the original Breath of Fire to the Virtual Console for the first time, and amiibo gains a new supported title with the enhanced re-release of Ace Combate: Horizon Legacy+. Let’s get down to business, before the moon lands and kills us all.

Wii U eShop

Blek, Broken Rules, $5.99

Paparazzi, Pringo Dingo, $4.99

Wii U Virtual Console

Breath of Fire, Capcom, $7.99

3DS Retail

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, Nintendo, $39.99

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Capcom, $39.99

Ace Combat: Horizon Legacy+, Bandai Namco, $39.99

3DS eShop

3D Fantasy Zone, Sega, $5.99

Pong Pong Candy, LIONant, $1.20

Wii U eShop Discounts

Spin The Bottle: Bumpie’s Party, KnapNok Games, $5.99 until 26th February, normally $11.99)

Knytt Underground, Ripstone, $6.49 until 26th February, normally $12.99)

Paper Monsters Recut, Mobot Studios, $4.99 until 19th February, normally $7.99)

ZaciSa’s Last Stand, ZeNfa Productions, $0.69 until 25th February,

Jett Tailfin, HR GAMES, price drop to $12.99 after 15th February

3DS eShop Discounts

Disney Big Hero 6: Battle in the Bay, Game Mill Entertainment, $19.99 from January 13th to March 9th

Disney Frozen: Olaf’s Quest, Game Mill Entertainment, $19.99 from January 13th to March 9th

3D Game Collection, Joindots, $4.99 until February 27th

Funfair Party Games, Joindots, $6.99 until February 27th

Murder on the Titanic, Joindots, $5.99 until February 27th

Battleminer, Wobbly Tooth Games, permanent price drop to $7.99

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