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March 11 will be a good day for Wii U, 3DS, and Wii owners.
One of the most popular third person shooters around is coming to yet another console.
Remember experiencing “that moment” in your favorite game that really showed you how special it was? Imagine walking into a giant living tree after just earning your first sword and shield. Imagine climbing to the highest point of the tree, all while fighting spiders and man eating plants. Imagine gazing down into that tree and seeing a massive spider web sealing you off from your destination. Now imagine the adrenaline as you leap from the top of that tree and shatter that web, breaking through that colossal barrier. This moment showed me what a new 3D world of gaming can do, what could happen whenever you factor in depth. This moment showed me how visceral even the simplest of actions could be. This single moment solidified Ocarina of Time as more than just a game; it was an experience.
Six classic Donkey Kong games are now available on Wii U and 3DS. The Donkey Kong Country series that was originally released for SNES is now available on Wii U and the Donkey Land series that resided on Gameboy is available for 3DS.
Two weeks ago during a Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced that the Metroid Prime Trilogy would be digitally released on the Wii U for $19.99 and would be half off for the first week. That game launched today and is currently on sale for $9.99 as promised. The price will return to the normal $19.99 at 9 a.m. Pacific / 12 p.m. Eastern on February 5.
Love it, Hate it, or completely indifferent towards it, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is probably the most discussed entry in the entire Zelda franchise. This is due to a number of risks the game takes with art style, gameplay, and even story. Some people hold Skyward Sword as one of the greatest innovations in the series, while others treat it as the ruination of the series. The game has some flaws, but it also does a number of things right and certainly deserves to be called a Zelda title.
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