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Is the new ‘Coin Rush’ dlc the first ever Super Mario downloadable add-on? It just might be. But Mario is just the tip of the iceberg as quite a bit of new content posted to the eShop this week.

Cave Story, Samurai G, Dr Mario, and more all join in on the Nintendo downloading right along side New Super Mario Bros 2 dlc. 

There’s also a very interesting little promo in the Club Nintendo Free Game Giveaway. 3DS gamers who are also Club N members can get themselves a free copy of Donkey Kong from now till January 6th 2013. All you have to do is purchase a ‘select’ 3DS game (including Paper Mario Sticker Star) and you get your reward.



  • Samurai G – $1.99 — Become the Shining Samurai of legend! Samurai G is a non-stop action game that will challenge players of all levels!
  • Pokemon: Dream Radar – $TBD — Get ready for Pokémon Dream Radar, a Nintendo 3DS title coming to the Nintendo eShop on Oct. 7. Use various features of the Nintendo 3DS system, including the 3D camera and gyro sensor, to chase down hard-to-get Pokémon. You can also transfer the 2D Pokémon you catch into the Pokémon™ Black Version 2 orPokémon™ White Version 2 game for the Nintendo DS™ family of systems. 
  • Cave Story – $9.99 — Take control! Stop the delusional villain! Cave Story takes you into a rare world where a curious race of innocent rabbit-like creatures, called Mimiga, run free.



Game Giveaway

Virtual Console

  • Dr. Mario – $3.99 — f you suffer from boredom, Dr. Mario has the cure.





  • Drop Zone: Under Fire – 500 points — Dive into action with Drop Zone! Get the adrenaline flowing as you blast your way through free fall. You’ll need quick reflexes to avoid obstacles and take out dangerous enemy forces!

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  • At last Nintendo have started offering additional content for their games. I really don't understand the fact they never offered paid downloads of addition tracks for Mario Kart on Wii.

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