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This week's European downloads - August 1 (Cloudberry Kingdom, Shin'en sale and more)

Nintendo eShop (Wii U)

Cloudberry Kingdom (Ubisoft) - €9.99/£7.99
Unhappily ever after. That's how it starts. The Orb resurfaces and the classic characters return. Kobbler with his mania, Princess with her endless boredom. It's only a matter of time before Bob, our hero, shows up to restore order back to madness. Three powers struggle for victory and the fate of Cloudberry Kingdom hangs in the balance. What will become of the retired hero, Bob? Will saving Princess one last time win her love? Could true love ever stop Kobbler and the power of the Orb?

Harvest Moon (MarvelousAQL, SNES VC) - €7.99/£5.49
Follow in your grandfather's (muddy) footsteps and become a master farmer! This classic simulation lets you get hands-on with every aspect of farm life: from sowing crops to raising animals. The harder you work, the bigger and better your farm will become. You can also visit the town to buy supplies; from food and drink to keep up your strength, to labour-saving tools for making life easier.

Turbo: Super Stunt Squad (Namco Bandai) - €44.99
Bring Turbo's incredible snail stunts and races to life! Turbo: Super Stunt Squad is a high-velocity action racing game featuring the super-charged crew from the film Turbo. Each character has their own signature style and tricked-out skills such as jumps, drifts, grinds, flips and other super-cool stunt moves. Expert skills will also prove useful to earn power-ups, customize your character, discover shortcuts, and win the race in the larger-than-life environments of Turbo!

Special offers
Nano Assault Neo (Shin'en Multimedia) - €6.99/£6.29 (Ends August 15, normally €9.99/£8.99)
Funky Barn (Tantalus) - €14.99/£14.99 (Permanent, was €32.75/£27.55)


Nintendo eShop (3DS)

10-in-1: Arcade Collection (Gamelion) - €1.99/£1.79
Let's go back a few years. OK... say 30, to the old days, when everything looked really simple and the rest was left to your imagination. The main aim in the 10 in 1: Arcade collection is to survive the classic challenge and achieve the highest score possible. Retro arts, particle effects and wonderful 8-bit music will also bring back fond memories of youth for some, and for those too young to remember, it will be a great showcase of the old times!

Turbo: Super Stunt Squad (Namco Bandai) - €39.99
Bring Turbo's incredible snail stunts and races to life! Turbo: Super Stunt Squad is a high-velocity action racing game featuring the super-charged crew from the film Turbo. Each character has their own signature style and tricked-out skills such as jumps, drifts, grinds, flips and other super-cool stunt moves. Expert skills will also prove useful to earn power-ups, customize your character, discover shortcuts, and win the race in the larger-than-life environments of Turbo!

Special offers
Nano Assault EX (Shin'en Multimedia) - €9.99/£8.74 (Ends August 15, normally €14.99/£12.49)
Fun! Fun! Minigolf TOUCH! (Shin'en Multimedia) - €3.49/£3.14 (Ends August 15, normally €4.99/£4.49)
Art of Balance TOUCH! (Shin'en Multimedia) - €4.89/£4.40 (Ends August 15, normally €6.99/£6.29)
New Art Academy Additional Lesson Packs (Nintendo) - €0.99/£0.89 (Ends August 11, normally €1.99/£1.79)
3D Game Collection (Joindots) - €9.79/£8.39 (Ends August 21, normally €13.99/£11.99)
Gardenscapes (Joindots) - €10.79/£10.49 (Ends August 21, normally €14.99/£10.49)
Murder on the Titanic (Joindots) - €10.79/£10.49 (Ends August 21, normally €14.99/£10.49)

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30 Jul 2013 07:26

Almost a few quid off Nano Assault Neo - think I'll pick that up this week.
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30 Jul 2013 09:33

I'm always reluctant to pay 10€ or more for a downloadable game. I know it's dumb and that quite a few of these games are worth more but I don't know.
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30 Jul 2013 11:41

yeah it's weird that mental block for downloadable game.
anyway glad i can buy nano assault ex this week
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30 Jul 2013 12:37

Any word about Cloudberry Kingdom coming to japan?

Or will it be again only availible in US and Europe, like any other f***g eshop game?!
(...or retail game)
It's so depressing beeing a gamer in japan...
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30 Jul 2013 16:04

I still wish that Nano Assault EX would release on the Australian eShop. I would buy it straight away if it did. And, I don't have a credit card so I can't access the UK eShop to get it.

Either way, I'm still getting Cloudberry Kingdom. Haven't gotten a new Wii U eShop game since Mighty Switch Force HD and that was a launch eShop game for most other regions.

I have over 20 3DS eShop games but only 8 Wii U ones. I can't wait until all those Kickstarter Wii U eShop games start to come out...But when they do, the Wii U will need a folder system because I'm already 3 pages full of the 6 the Wii U has and there will be a lot more eShop and VC games that I want in the coming year or two.

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