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Nintendo To Release Two New Virtual Console Titles Per Week For 3DS During July

Posted on Friday, June 22 @ 10:03:41 PST by Alex_Osborn

If the recent announcement of the 3DS XL has you all hot and bothered, just wait until you get a load of this: Nintendo is bringing Kirby's Pinball to the 3DS eShop next month!

Not doing it for you? Alright, well... what if I told you that Nintendo is planning on adding more than just a spinoff title featuring the pink puff ball, and is bringing two new virtual console titles to the 3DS eShop every week of July, starting the 5th and ending August 1st? The aforementioned pinball title and the NES classic, The Legend of Zelda will kick off the month, with Wario Land: Super Mario 3 crashing the party as well.

And... that's not all! Because from now until the end of June, Nintendo is discounting Super Mario Land to the appropriate affordable price of just $2.99.

Still not enough? Well I'm sorry, because that's all I've got.


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