Nintendo’s big releases for this week are most definitely the 3DS demo for Fire Emblem Awakening along with the quirky Tokyo Crash Mobs. Kirby’s Star Stacker is back as well, so make sure to check that out if you missed the original Game Boy release.
The Amazon Instant Video app is finally available for the original Wii as well.
Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS
Fire Emblem Awakening – Demo Version ? Lead an army of knights, mages, archers and other classes into battle to defend a fantasy world teetering on the brink of war. Your army, which grows as the game’s epic story progresses, is composed of a brave group of memorable characters with unique abilities. Just plan your attacks carefully ? the lives of your soldiers and the future of the world depend on it. The full version of Fire Emblem Awakening launches exclusively on Nintendo 3DS on Feb. 4.
Tokyo Crash Mobs ? You need fast reflexes and an eye for strategy to succeed in this puzzle game. In Tokyo Crash Mobs, you must toss bystanders into lines of people, grouping three or more who wear the same color to make them disappear. Eliminate the lines as fast as you can to win. With two modes, this game has you covered, whether you’re looking for quick play sessions or endurance challenges.
Kirby’s Star Stacker ? Join Kirby as he stacks falling stars with help from his friends Rick the Hamster, Kine the Sunfish and Coo the Owl. But watch out for King Dedede, as he will try to stop you. With a few quick moves and some well-timed strategy, you can quickly outwit him and move on to the next challenging level. Kirby’s Star Stacker was originally released for Game Boy in 1997.
Wii Shop Channel on Wii
Amazon Instant Video ? Watch new release movies and in-season TV episodes, plus thousands of videos available to Amazon Prime members at no additional cost.
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