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Massive Wii U eShop Update allows for digital delivery of nearly all games

by | @AttackFanboy | on November 19, 2012

Nintendo’s eShop was updated on launch day for the Wii U, and with it, gave new console owners the ability to purchase and download nearly all of the launch titles for the system.  Digital pricing is identical to what you would pay for the game at retail, you can find the full list of Nintendo eShop titles below, which also includes a section for independent games, of which the console launched with five.

Wii U owners that bought the Basic Set, will definitely need some external storage if they are looking to download any of these game, especially some of the bigger releases like Darksiders 2,  Assassin’s Creed 3, and others.

Nintendo had announced earlier in an investor briefing that the company had reached an arrangement with traditional retailers where pricing for the eShop titles would be set by third parties.  

  • Assassin’s Creed 3 – $59.99
  • Darksiders 2 – $59.99
  • Epic Mickey 2 – $59.99
  • ESPN Sports Connection – $49.99
  • FIFA 13 – $59.99
  • Game Party Champions – $49.99
  • Just Dance 4 – $49.99
  • Madden NFL 13 – $59.99
  • New Super Mario Bros. U – $59.99
  • Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge – $59.99
  • Nintendo Land – $59.99
  • Rabbids Lands – $49.99
  • Scribblenauts Unlimited – $59.99
  • Sing Party – $49.99
  • Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed – $39.99
  • Warriors Orochi 3 Hyper – $59.99
  • Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2013 – $49.99
  • ZombiU – $59.99

Indie Games

  • Chasing Aurora – $14.99
  • Little Inferno – $14.99
  • Mighty Switch Force! Hyper Drive Edition – $9.99
  • Nano Assault Neo – $9.99
  • Trine 2: Director’s Cut – $19.99
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