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This week, from Nintendolife:

Wii U eShop

Year Walk (Simogo, £6.29 / €6.99) - Grim tales, horrifying creatures and cryptic enigmas await in the dark woods of 19th century Sweden. Find out more about this unique game in our interview with Simogo and Dakko Dakko while we polish off our review.

Wii U Virtual Console

Mario vs. Donkey Kong (Nintendo, £6.29 / €6.99) - Mario vs. Donkey Kong pits the Nintendo mascot against his old adversary in a unique twist on the platform genre that made them famous. We'll take a look at this Game Boy Advance classic again to see if it's still just as much fun on the Wii U, until then you can check out our Mario vs. Donkey Kong 3DS eShop review.

Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis (Nintendo, £8.99 / €9.99) - Take control of the Mini Marios and rescue Pauline from a jealous Donkey Kong. In the first Mario vs. Donkey Kong, Mario was trying to find all the Mini Marios, but this time it's up to them to save the day. Use the touch screen to guide Mini Marios through multiple mind-boggling, obstacle-filled levels to rescue Pauline who was captured once again by Donkey Kong. This is a worthy successor to the GBA original, but one which we have neglected to review! We'll be sure to rectify this over the coming week when we take a look at this again on the Wii U eShop.

Tecmo Bowl (TECMO KOEI GAMES, £3.49 / €4.99) - It's 8-bit American Football, which is nice. Not quite the complex, occasionally confusing experience of the modern Madden titles, this has a very limited set of plays — two passing and two running — to deal with. Its simplicity is arguably one of its strengths, and you certainly don't need to be an expert of the sport to enjoy the single player, multiplayer or coaching options. We gave this a recommendation in our 3DS Virtual Console Tecmo Bowl review.

3DS Demo

  • Fantasy Pirates - Join in the adventures of the pirate clan in this free demo.

3DS DLC

  • SENRAN KAGURA 2: Deep Crimson: Hipster (£4.49 / €4.99) - Add-On Content for hipsters
  • Pokémon: Dancing Pikachu! (£2.29 / €2.49) - This fun theme shows a bunch of Pikachu dancing on stage! Scroll the Touch Screen to make them dance and hear their voices.
  • Pokémon: Pikachu's Cry! (£2.29 / €2.49) - This theme is packed with lots of different Pikachu cries that play when starting software, scrolling the Touch Screen and more!
  • Pikachu Set: Dance & Cry (£3.59 / €3.99) - Includes Pokémon: Pikachu's Cry! and Pokémon: Dancing Pikachu! at a reduced price.
  • Pokémon 151: Mewtwo (£1.79 / €1.99) - This theme matches the high-quality designer look of the "Pokémon 151" clothing line, with a few changes. Now including Mew!

Special Offers

  • Fit Music for Wii U (O2 GAMES)- €12.90 / £11.90 until 15/10/2015.
  • Blocky Bot (Mobot Studios) - €1.29 / £0.94 until 01/10/2015.
  • Paper Monsters Recut (Mobot Studios) - €3.19 / £2.69 until 01/10/2015.
  • Luv Me Buddies Wonderland (O2 GAMES) - €12.90 / £11.90 until 15/10/2015.
  • Bombing Bastards (Sanuk Games) - €4.99 / £4.49 until 24/09/2015.
  • Spot The Differences: Party! (Sanuk Games) - €2.99 / £2.69 until 24/09/2015.
  • Another World - 20th Anniversary Edition Wii U & 3DS (Digital Lounge) - €3.19 / £2.87 until 24/09/2015.
  • GLORY OF GENERALS (CIRCLE Ent.) - €6.99 / £5.59 until 08/10/2015.
  • Quell Reflect (CIRCLE Ent.) - €2.99 / £2.39 until 08/10/2015.
  • Swords & Soldiers 3D (CIRCLE Ent.) - €5.19 / £4.19 until 08/10/2015.
  • Fractured Soul (Endgame Studios) - €1.99 / £1.79 until 01/10/2015.
  • Talking Phrasebook - 7 Languages (Sanuk Games) - €2.99 / £2.69 until 24/09/2015.
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I love the MvsD games but there's no way I'm buying them again at those prices.

I'm still refusing to buy Mario 3 on the 3DS because I already have it on Wii U. In MvDK's case I have it on 3DS, why can't I have that on Wii U for free now? Do we really have to wait another 2-3 years before they unify the systems? Fucking hell.

The first Mario vs Donkey Kong is amazing, for any unaware. The billions of sequels since (that have never been direct sequels) not so much.

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Just be warned it's only about an hour long and costs a third on the App Store

Don't have anything like that. The use of the game pad is great in this. You can use it as a motion controlled pointer/grabber. There is a very useful map on the bottom screen. I like the encyclopedia being a tab on the bottom screen where you can scroll through various entries on Swedish folklore.

It's like an interactive, somewhat unnerving, lesson in Swedish folkore! Don't mind it being short. Am a bit stumped as to what to do next right now.

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