Nintendo Download Highlights for July 2nd

We have a small but steady eShop update this week. The roster includes one of the greatest games of all time, an eShop-only retail title on 3DS, and some handy discounts. The biggest release this week is arguably its sole Virtual Console release. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has been regarded as one of the greatest, most influential games in history, so if you haven’t played it yet, you can now do so on Wii U. Samurai Warriors Chronicles gets an eShop-only sequel, one related to a Japan-only predecessor. And finally, look out for discounts on titles like Ittle Dew, Bombing Bastards, and a pair of Phoenix Wright games.

Wii U eShop

Roving Rogue, Padaone Games, $7.99

Quadcopter Pilot Challenge, TACS Games, $8.99

Wii U Virtual Console

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Nintendo, $9.99

3DS eShop

Samurai Warriors Chronicles 3, Koei Tecmo, $39.99

Mercenaries Saga 2, CIRCLE Entertainment, $4.99

Wii U eShop Discounts

Ittle Dew, Ludosity, $4.99 until July 30th

Bombing Bastards, Sanuk Games, on discount until July 9th

Spot the Differences: Party!, Sanuk Games, on discount until July 9th

Plenty of Fishies, Nitrolic Games, $2.99 until July 31st

3DS eShop Discounts

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies, Capcom, $16.79 until July 16th

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy, Capcom, $22.49 until July 16th

Talking Phrasebook – 7 Languages, Sanuk Games, $2.99 until July 9th

European Conqueror 3D, CIRCLE Entertainment, on discount until July 23rd

The Legend of Dark Witch, CIRCLE Entertainment, on discount until July 23rd

Tappingo, CIRCLE Entertainment, on discount until July 23rd

Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove, Tulip Games, on discount until January 1st

4 Elements, Tulip Games, on discount until January 1st

Toy Stunt Bike, Wobbly Tooth, $2.49 until July 30th

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