Gamers can get ready to defy gravity as Captain Viridian once more as VVVVVV arrives for the first time this week on the Nintnedo 3Ds via the Nintendo eShop thos week, with more content coming making it an exciting week for Nintendo fans.
Players must navigate the crew’s way back to safety once their spaceship comes under threat from dimensional interference. There are All new player levels which offer hours of extra gameplay and also extra bonus stages which have been created by professional game developers including Notch (Minecraft). The game is inspired by the classic 8-bit from the past, and has been optimised for experience-heightening 3D. This game is set to challenge even the most veteran old-school gamers. This is available for £7.20.
Curling Super Championship also makes its way this week to the Nintendo eShop and DSi Shop and will cost £4.50/500 Nintendo DSi Points. Players will challenge their friends in this world famous sport and includes real-time physics, colourful 3D graphics and multiplayer (Hotseat or wireless play) for an authentic gaming experience.
Another that will be available this week is Sonic Labyrinth which is will be available via the Nintendo eShop and will cost gamers £4.50. Players will find that the evil Dr Robotnik has sneakily replaced Sonic’s iconic shoes with a pair of magical trailers that will stop his famous super speed. Players must track down the Chaos Emeralds which is the only item that will be able to bring back his trainers and defeat Dr Robotnik.
Will fans will also be able to have the chance to protect the kingdom from evil in Monster World IV which will be available via the Wii’s virtual console for 900 Wii Points. Players will take on the role of young adventurer Asha and will set out on a journey in order to save the Elemental Spirits. Players will be aided by Asha’s beloved pet Pepe and magical Genie. Also making its retro return via the Virtual Console is Wonder Boy in Monster Land and will also cost 900 Wii Points. Players will fight the fire-breathing dragon and his henchmen to stop the dragon and his crew from creating their own Monster Land.
The second instalment of the ground breaking short animated film, Big Buck Bunny in 3D will also be exclusively available for the Nintendo 3DS. The film follows the adventures of the lovable rabbit as he seeks revenge on a trio of mischievous woodland creatures who have disrupted his peaceful daily routine, all in colourful 3D. If thats not enough, the tenth in the series of the popular Shaun the Sheep 3D clips also is available from Aardman Animations, who are also behind Chicken Run and Wallace & Gromit.The clip titled, Kite, follows Shaun trying to fly his new kite on a very windy day – but the wind turns out to be the least of his troubles!
Let us know what you think of this weeks content via the comment section below.