Wii Party U finally gets released as a digital download, but the real Wii U game worth looking into is Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails. With an awesome title like that, how could you not be interested?
Otherwise, Moon Chronicles blasts onto the 3DS along with Mega Man IV as part of Mega Man May. There's a handful of sales and other releases too, so read on.
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Wii Party U – Invite your friends over… it's time to party! Your living room becomes a party playground as you enjoy time together in comically themed board games and minigames that get everyone off the couch. Every kind of party can be found in this one unique package that takes advantage of your TV, Wii Remote controllers and the Wii U GamePad controller. Also available at retail, Wii Party U will now be available in the Nintendo eShop on Wii U starting May 16.Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails – Featuring a unique control system that allows for 360-degree platforming action and thrilling 2D shooting, Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails sees players glide along colorful glowing rails, leaping over the space station's ample hazards and blasting back endless hordes of enemy rodents. The titular Scram Kitty offers helpful tips and feedback in real time via the TV screen as the player battles on the Wii U GamePad controller.Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails is available exclusively in the Nintendo eShop on Wii U. Click here to check out the trailer.Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS
Moon Chronicles – Experience Renegade Kid's award-winning first-person shooter, remastered in glorious 3D. Moon Chronicles delivers an atmospheric sci-fi adventure with enhanced graphics and intuitive touch-screen controls for a truly unique experience – all running at a silky-smooth 60 frames per second. Moon Chronicles is available exclusively in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS. Click here to check out the trailer.Virtual Console on Nintendo 3DS
Mega Man IV – It's Mega May! Every Thursday in May, a different Mega Man game will launch in the Virtual Console section of the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS. This week's release is Mega Man IV, which originally launched on the Game Boy system in 1993. Join Mega Man and his friends on another mission to put a stop to Dr. Wily. This time, the mad scientist has used a mind-control machine to reprogram robots from the World Robot Exposition to do his bidding. Blast your way to victory with classic Mega Man game play. Click here to check out the trailer.Virtual Console on Wii U
Adventures of Lolo – After the love of his life, Lala, is kidnapped by the devilish King Egger and taken to his haunted castle, our hero, Lolo, sets out to rescue her. The journey is perilous, as the Great Devil's fortress is guarded by a massive army. But Lolo has a few tricks up his sleeve. He can move blocks to trap enemies, clear a path or use as a shield. He can also activate the Magic Shot that will turn enemies into eggs. But watch out, as a single touch from these creatures could spell trouble for our hero. Combining clever environmental puzzles with tricky enemies and an engaging style, Adventures of Lolo is a true NES classic.Nintendo eShop Sales
Big John Games Sale – For a limited time, Big John Games is discounting select games in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS, including Smash Bowling 3D and Big Bass Arcade No Limit. This offer ends at 9 a.m. PT on June 5.ATLUS Sale – For two weeks, Code of Princess, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked and more will be at their lowest prices yet! Starting at 9 a.m. PT on May 19 through 9 a.m. PT on June 2, get these cool ATLUS games for $14.99 each in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS.
The Wii UTM console, and Nintendo 3DSTM systems offer exciting downloadable games, applications and entertainment once you connect your game system to the Internet*. You can purchase both retail and download-only games, free demos, and applications to enhance your experience. These prepaid cards can be redeemed on any Wii U console Nintendo eShop or Nintendo 3DS Nintendo eShop-so get connected and start downloading today*. For more info about Nintendo games and systems, check out http://www.nintendo.com.