HomeNewsNintendo Download Highlights for January 29th Alex Irish January 29, 2015 News Nintendo closes out January 2015 with some quality downloads and choice sales on Wii U and 3DS. Among its highlights, Metroid Prime Trilogy arrives to the masses as a Wii download for 50% off its normal price, Gunman Clive gets a new budget-priced sequel for 3DS, and the upcoming 3DS strategy game Code Name S.T.E.A.M. gets an early demo. Also look out for sales from developer RCMADIAX and the final week of Nintendo’s Throwback Sales. Let’s get down to business. Wii U eShop Metroid Prime Trilogy, Nintendo, special introductory price of $9.99/normally $19.99 Frenchy Bird, Carbon Fire Studio, $1.99 Rock ‘N Racing Off Road, EnjoyUp Games, $5.99 Wii U Virtual Console Shadow of the Ninja, Natsume, $4.99 3DS eShop Gunman Clive 2, Hörberg Productions, $2.99 Sumico, Engine Software, $2.99 Drop Zone: Under Fire, Selectsoft, $4.99 Jewel Quest: The Sapphire Dragon, Tulip Games, $5.99 3DS Virtual Console Shadow of the Ninja, Natsume, $4.99 3DS eShop Demo Code Name S.T.E.A.M., Nintendo, free Wii U eShop Discounts Super Mario Kart, $5.99 until February 5th Mario Kart 8, $44.99 until February 5th Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones, Curve Studios, on discount until February 12th Thomas Was Alone, Curve Studios, on discount until February 12th BLOK DROP U, RCMADIAX, $1.99 until March 25th BLOK DROP X TWISTED FUSION, RCMADIAX, $1.99 until March 25th TOSS N GO, RCMADIAX, $0.99 until March 25th SPIKEY WALLS, RCMADIAX, $0.99 until March 25th SHUT THE BOX, RCMADIAX, $0.99 until March 25th POKER DICE SOLITAIRE FUTURE, RCMADIAX, $0.99 until March 25th 3DS eShop Discounts Metroid, $3.49 until February 5th Mario Golf: World Tour, $22.49 until February 5th Mario Golf, $2.49 until February 5th Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Activision, $14.99 until February 5th Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Danger of the Ooze, Activision, $14.99 until February 5th Share this post: No related posts. Gunman Clive 2MetroideShopCode Name: S.T.E.A.M. Demo Now Available on the 3DS eShopMasahiro Sakurai Once Again Hints at Retirement from Game DevelopmentAbout 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.