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Nintendo eShop

Zombies meet Kitties this week's eShop update. Maybe you're more interested in fishing or deer hunting? Nintendo's got that too.
  • ZombiU - Wii U - Demo
  • NBA 2K13 - Wii U - Demo
  • Meat or Die Ines - 3DS - Video
  • Hello Kitty Picnic with Sanrio Friends - 3DS
  • Reel Fishing 3D Paradise Mini - 3DS
  • Wild Adventures: Ultimate Deer Hunt 3D - 3DS
  • 101 DinoPets 3D - 3DS
  • Biorhythm - 3DS
  • World Heroes 2 - Wii VC
Xbox Live Arcade PlayStation Network

I get my PSN information from PlayStation Lifestyle, like any sane gamer. PlayStation Blog? No thanks. It's about PSLS's weekly PSN update, easily the most detailed, far-reaching look at new goodies avialable digitally every week.
  • Demon's Souls - PS3
  • Dance Magic - PS3
  • Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable - Vita
  • Mega Man 9 and 10 - Free - PS+
  • God of War: Ascension Beta - PS+
Steam

Steam tallies five new games this week following it's popular Winter Sale. Did you get any new games over the break? Can your wallet possibly handle a few more?
  • Angelica Weaver: Catch Me When You Can - PC
  • Primal Fears - PC
  • Droid Assault - PC/Mac
  • The Journey Down: Chapter One - PC/Mac/Linux
  • Fieldrunners 2 - PC
One indie developer dropped a lead on their downloadable game available via Green Man Gaming, GamersGate, and Dasura this week: Dawnstar for the PC. Here's a trailer with a pretty bitching soundtrack:


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Noble Nutlings

When three ex-Rovio developers broke off to form their own studio, named Boomlagoon, it was only a matter of time until their debut title made a splash on the App Store. Noble Nutlings is the product of their independance, giving players control over a physics-based racer that puts a heavy focus on smooth lines and fast times.

Each level of Noble Nutlings puts forward a series of jumps that players have to handle with finesse if they want to come out on the other side of the level with a 3-star score. In order to land safely on the other side of certain jumps, you'll need to use chili pepper energy to boost your speed.

What's more, as levels grow more and more difficult, you'll need to upgrade your cart to keep up. Luckily replaying levels adds to your coin-count, allowing experienced players to grind slowly to perfection. Of course, if you're impatient you can always pay for a boatload of coins right up front.
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