HomeNewsNintendo Download Highlights for February 19th Alex Irish February 19, 2015 News Can you really be cold? This week on the eShop has plenty of games to warm you over. The biggest release of the week is Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, the 10-years later follow up to Canvas Curse on the DS. Yesterday saw the launch of Pokémon Shuffle, Nintendo’s latest foray in F2P design. Outside of those major releases, the Virtual Console sees Axelay from Super NES, Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call gets a fair bit of DLC, and DSiWare rises from the grave once again (a twofer this time!) Bundle up and commence shopping. Wii U Retail Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, Nintendo, $39.99 Wii U Virtual Console Axelay, Konami, $7.99 3DS eShop Pokémon Shuffle, Nintendo, free (with micro-transactions) Adventure Bar Story, CIRCLE Entertainment, $5.99 Excave, Teyon, $4.99 Flap Flap, Bigben Interactive, $7.99 4Elements, Tulip Games, $3.99 3DS Retail DLC Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call, Square Enix, multiple tracks for $0.99 each Wii U eShop Demo Citizens of Earth, Atlas, free 3DS eShop Demo Citizens of Earth, Atlas, free Wii U eShop Discounts Ice Cream Surfer, Dolores Entertainment, $1.49 until March 5th 99Moves, EnjoyUp Games, on discount until March 12th Abyss, EnjoyUp Games, on discount until March 12th 3DS eShop Discounts Snow Moto Racing 3D, Zordix AB, $3.99 until February 26th Chat-A-Lot, Teyon, $3.99 until March 5th Toys Vs Monsters, EnjoyUp Games, $2.99 until March 12th 2 Fast 4 Gnomz, QubicGames, $2.99 until March 12th DSiWare Fishdom, Joindots, $4.99/500 Nintendo Points 4Elements, Tulip Games, $3.99/500 Nintendo Points Share this post: No related posts. Kirby and the Rainbow CurseNew Mother 4 Gameplay Details RevealedLooks like the West Coast Port Strikes are to Blame for Nintendo Stock IssuesAbout The AuthorAlex IrishEditor-in-Chief (Former)A man with a plan. My favorite video game franchise is Pokemon, but his favorite video game is Resident Evil 4. I can also tell you trivial cartoon factoids.