This week’s Nintendo eShop downloads are pretty light, but remember that Wii Sports Club is hitting retail tomorrow. For those who want to check out what’s available in the eShop this week, as well as what has been discounted, read on. Nintendo eShop on Wii U Wooden Sen’SeY Nintendo Wii U Virtual Console Ufouria: The Saga Nintendo eShop on 3DS Siesta Fiesta Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console Blaster Master Nintendo eShop Sales Trine 2: Director’s Cut is on sale for 60% off, making it $7.99 until August 12. Joindots Game Sale – Several Joindots games are on sale until August 14. Poker Dice Solitaire Future is 50% off, making it $0.99 until August 6. Chubbins is having its price reduced from $5.99 to $3.99 permanently on the Wii U. local_offer Nintendo nintendo 3ds eshop wii u wii u eshop stars Further Reading Nintendo loses patent appeal, ordered to pay Nintendo was brainstorming about Switch when Ducked I bought Chubbins two days ago, that’s hardcore platforming. Darius agreed Lil J Moore You forgot Master Reboot Kyle is that wooden sensey good? It reminds me of lostwinds Ashley King Not sure, but I loved Lost Winds on WiiWare. 🙂 Kyle me too ! Sebastian Bergström Is it EU or NA? Kobe Im pretty sure Armillo was on sale ActivesiN Wooden Sen’sey looks fun Gam You guys forgot Master Reboot, another Wales Interactive game FPS that sends The Letter to the shredder. Now Master Reboot…is how you make a horror game. nerissapartington Start working at home with Google! It’s by-far the>>CLICK NEXT TAB FOR MORE INFO AND HELP papa weak line up of course Logic Iwata: “so we would like to enrich our Virtual Console lineup.” No you don’t… I am Error. At the current rate of Virtual Console releases we can expect 1/25 of the retro library to be available just in time for the next generation of Nintendo console, at which point that NEW VC system will start again at square one with a steady stream of re-releases and forgotten clunkers. Elvis Michael Nintendo’s supporting multiple consoles, one game at a time. How pathetic. The least they can do is release 2 games per week. And don’t give me the tired told excuse of, “games need to go through some rigorous testing and refining before being released.” Yes, i agree and thats all fine and dandy. But what’s Nintendo doing with all that cash? How about growing that little department so that enough employees can work on more than one game at a time?