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Bring the Heat with Pokémon TCG Volcanion-EX!

The XY—Steam Siege expansion introduced a lot of new and intriguing cards to the Pokémon Trading Card Game, and one that stands out from the rest is Volcanion-EX. This dual-type Pokémon is both Fire and Water type, giving it an advantage against Pokémon that have a Weakness to either type. Let's take a look at a deck for the 2017 Standard format that puts this new powerhouse Pokémon-EX into action.

Volcanion-EX has some of the attributes we've come to expect from a Pokémon-EX: high HP and a big attack. Its 180 HP makes it quite difficult to take down, and that number gets even bigger if you attach a Fighting Fury Belt for an extra 40 HP. The Volcanic Heat attack provides a nice 130 damage for three Energy, meaning it can take down most regular Pokémon in one attack, but it has the nasty drawback of not being able to attack on the following turn. With that in mind, it's important to include Pokémon Ranger or Switch in this deck to clear that effect.

The real selling point of Volcanion-EX is its Steam Up Ability. Once per turn, you can discard a Fire Energy card from your hand to boost the damage of your Basic Fire-type Pokémon's attacks by 30. And if you have multiple Volcanion-EX in play, all of them can use the Ability in the same turn. In an instant, the damage from those attacks can be increased by 30, 60, 90, or even 120 if you have 4 Volcanion-EX! This completely transforms the power of all of your Basic Fire-type Pokémon. For example, Volcanion-EX's Volcanic Heat attack can get boosted from 130 damage to 250 damage. With that kind of power, it can take down even the biggest Pokémon-EX in one attack.

Players who used Fire-type strategies lost the important Blacksmith Supporter card in the Standard format rotation, but that won't slow them down entirely. In a deck focusing on Basic Pokémon, Max Elixir is an incredible way to get some extra basic Energy onto your Pokémon. Otherwise, the regular Volcanion will be your go-to Pokémon in the early stages of the game. The Power Heater attack does 20 damage and can power up two of your Benched Pokémon, giving this deck the steam it needs to get going. It pairs extremely well with Volcanion-EX's Steam Up Ability: Power Heater's damage is increased, and those discarded Fire Energy cards can be attached to your Benched Pokémon.

There are plenty of great Basic Fire-type Pokémon out there, and one that fits well in this deck is Flareon-EX from the Generations expansion. Don't be fooled by its cuteness—it can pack a punch! Its Flash Fire Ability allows it to move a Fire Energy from another Pokémon to itself, meaning it can take full advantage of any spare Energy put into play with Volcanion's Power Heater attack. Then the Blaze Ball attack can deal absurd amounts of damage depending on how much Fire Energy is attached to Flareon-EX, and that damage can be boosted further by Volcanion-EX's Steam Up Ability. Experiment and see what works best for you.

No strategy is unbeatable, and this one is no exception. Most of the Pokémon in this deck have a Weakness to Water-type Pokémon, so Pokémon such as Greninja are difficult to deal with. A potential solution is to include a few copies of Weakness Policy in your deck to compensate. Without Startling Megaphone and Xerosic in the Standard format, there isn't an easy way to discard Pokémon Tool cards, so your Pokémon is likely to remain Weakness-free once you attach that Weakness Policy.

It's usually a good idea to pack some Stadium cards into your deck—even if only to disrupt your opponent's Stadium strategy! For example, an opponent's Silent Lab could cause problems by shutting down your Basic Pokémon's Abilities. On your side, Sky Field can give you some extra Bench space to work with, or Parallel City can shrink it down to 3 spots, potentially allowing you to discard Benched Pokémon that are easy targets for the opponent, such as Shaymin-EX. Always be on the lookout for holes in your strategy so you can react and make your deck even stronger!

With the introduction of XY—Steam Siege and a brand-new Standard format, now is the time for innovation and creativity. Be on the lookout for new strategies as we enter a new season of Pokémon TCG fun. Check back at Pokemon.com/Strategy for the latest strategy ideas, tournament results, and more! Good luck, Trainers!

Try out the latest Nintendo 3DS games at GameStop on 8/27

Demo the Metroid Prime™: Federation Force and DRAGON QUEST® VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past games on the New Nintendo 3DS XL system on Saturday, August 27th at select GameStop stores from 1:00pm – 4:00pm (local time).

In Metroid Prime: Federation Force the galaxy is not at peace. The war between the Galactic Federation and the Space Pirates is far from over. Enlist with the Federation Force to join a four-player* local or online** squad in this co-op sci-fi shooter. Fight alongside teammates in your specialized Mech to eliminate the Space Pirate menace and any threat that stands in your way.

While at the demo event, be sure to play DRAGON QUEST VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past before it’s released on Friday, September 16th. In this game, you travel to the past to save the present as you restore forgotten lands and battle an unknown evil in this classic DRAGON QUEST adventure, completely rebuilt from the ground up for the Nintendo 3DS system. Customize your party with over 30 vocations and level up in turn-based battles to learn new spells and abilities in this timeless quest!

Check out participating retailers here

Creative Team Behind Earthworm Jim and The Neverhood Launch Armikrog on Consoles

LAKE FOREST, Calif. – Aug. 23, 2016: Independent game developer Pencil Test Studios in partnership with indie publisher Versus Evil today announced the release of Armikrog for the Nintendo eShop on the Wii U™ system, Xbox One via the ID@Xbox self-publishing program and PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system for $9.99, £7.99 and €9.99.

“When we initially funded our game through Kickstarter there was demand for a Wii U version and it totally made sense from a design standpoint,” said Pencil Test Studios co-founder Mike Dietz. “Armikrog was created using classic sculpting, set building and clay and puppet fabrication techniques and it truly was a labor of love. After the release on PC we were able to turn our attention to the console versions of the game and we are incredibly happy to announce that console gamers can now play our creation on the console platform of their choice!”

In Armikrog players follow the adventures of space explorer Tommynaut and his pal Beak-Beak (a blind talking dog) as they crash land on an alien planet and get trapped in a mysterious fortress called Armikrog. To help them escape players have to guide the pair through a variety of precarious situations in gorgeously hand crafted environments packed with puzzles and a slew of odd inhabitants. Voiceover talent includes well-known actors Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite), Rob Paulsen (Pinky and the Brain) and Michael J. Nelson (Mystery Science Theater 3000).

"Armikrog is a great stop-motion experience that can now be enjoyed on the consoles," said Versus Evil General Manager Steve Escalante. "A handcrafted, one-of-a-kind video game, Armikrog appeals to gamers of all ages and it has been amazing seeing this game come to life. Its transition to the major consoles is a treat and we are very excited to launch a game on all three consoles!”, he added.

For more information about Armikrog, visit http://www.armikrog.com / facebook.com/armikrog / @Armikrog

Vuzix to Showcase "Pokémon GO" on M100 Smart Glasses at CEDEC 2016

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Aug. 23, 2016 -- Vuzix® Corporation (NASDAQ: VUZI), a leading supplier of Video Eyewear and Smart Glasses products in the consumer, enterprise, and entertainment markets, announced today that it will be attending the Computer Entertainment Developers Conference 2016 (CEDEC 2016) at the PACIFICO YOKOHAMA Conference center (Minatomirai, Nishi-Ku, Yokohama) from August 24th – 26th. At the event Vuzix will be demonstrating some of its newest wearable display technology including the iWear Video Headphones and M300 Smart Glasses. The Vuzix booth is at is No.36 on 3rd floor. Please visit the CEDEC 2016 website for more details.

Vuzix will be showcasing Pokémon GO mirrored from a smartphone to the M100 Smart Glasses over a Wi-Fi connection. The user interface is using a Pochiru BT Controller. The Pochiru is a simple device containing a button. Even if your smartphone is in your bag or you are wearing gloves, you can still easily load and manipulate compatible applications using the button without selecting them from the home screen. Perfect for catching Pokémon characters without taking your phone out of your pocket. Watch this demonstration of the M100 and Pokémon GO.

Vuzix is a member of the OMA (Open Mobile Alliance) and Device WebAPI consortium and the Pokémon GO/M100 solution is enabled with third party support from leading OMA partners using the WebAPI interface GotAPI.

2016 Pokémon World Championships recap - winners and event details revealed

SAN FRANCISCO, CA—August 22, 2016—The 2016 Pokémon World Championships have drawn to a close after a weekend of intense competition in San Francisco, CA. The 13th annual tournament brought together the world’s most elite Pokémon Trading Card Game (TCG) and video game players from more than 30 countries, who battled tirelessly over three days for the title of Pokémon World Champion and prizes. Alongside Pokémon TCG matches and video game battles using Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, the first Pokémon fighting game, Pokkén Tournament, took its place on the international stage, and the first Pokkén Tournament World Champions were crowned.

The World Championships represent the pinnacle of Pokémon TCG and video game competition, and players must qualify through a challenging, yearlong Pokémon Championship Series. While tens of thousands of Pokémon players compete in the series throughout the year, only six players were crowned Pokémon TCG and Pokémon Video Game World Champions, and two more now carry the title of Pokkén Tournament World Champion.

The 2016 Pokémon World Champions are:
2016 Pokémon TCG Junior Division World Champion, Shunto Sadahiro from Japan.
2016 Pokémon TCG Senior Division World Champion, Jesper Eriksen from Denmark.
2016 Pokémon TCG Masters Division World Champion, Shintaro Ito from Japan.
2016 Pokémon Video Game Junior Division World Champion, Cory Connor from the United States.
2016 Pokémon Video Game Senior Division World Champion, Carson Confer from the United States.
2016 Pokémon Video Game Masters Division World Champion, Wolfe Glick from the United States.
2016 Pokkén Tournament Senior Division World Champion, Josh Simmonite from the United Kingdom.
2016 Pokkén Tournament Masters Division World Champion, Masami Sato from Japan.
Winners of this year’s invitation-only tournament earned the title of Pokémon World Champion, received a special Pokémon World Championships trophy, won an invitation to the 2017 Pokémon World Championships, and collected a monetary prize in the form of a scholarship, cash prize, or Travel Certificate. The Pokémon Company International awarded more than $600,000 in prizes to top finishers at the 2016 World Championships and has granted over $3 million in scholarships since it began hosting tournaments more than a decade ago.

“Each year, the Pokémon World Championships bring the global Pokémon community together to compete, celebrate, and enjoy the games that have delighted fans for two decades,” said J.C. Smith, senior director of consumer marketing at The Pokémon Company International. “Congratulations to our new Pokémon World Champions, and a special thank-you to the community of players, family members, volunteers, and fans who make the Pokémon World Championships the premier Pokémon event of the year.”

More than 2,000 players, fans, and supporters attended the event at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel, while more than 1.5 million Pokémon fans watched the action from home via Pokemon.com and Twitch.tv/Pokemon.

New in 2016, Google hosted a Robot Experience designed exclusively for attendees of the Pokémon World Championships, where participants had the opportunity to personalize custom-made Pokémon-skinned robots and challenge their creations in a physical and digital battle with others. The Robot Experience was inspired by Google's annual I/O Youth event, which inspires kids of all ages to imagine, invent, and explore with technology.

2016 POKÉMON TRADING CARD GAME WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Junior Division Finalists (born in 2005 or later)
World Champion: Shunto Sadahiro (Japan)
Second Place: Riku Ushirosako (Japan)

Senior Division Finalists (born in 2001–2004)
World Champion: Jesper Eriksen (Denmark)
Second Place: Connor Pedersen (United States)

Masters Division Finalists (born in 2000 or earlier)
World Champion: Shintaro Ito (Japan)
Second Place: Cody Walinski (United States)

2016 POKÉMON VIDEO GAME WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Junior Division Finalists (born in 2005 or later)
World Champion: Cory Connor (United States)
Second Place: Shu Harasaki (Japan)

Senior Division Finalists (born in 2001–2004)
World Champion: Carson Confer (United States)
Second Place: Yuki Wata (Japan)

Masters Division Finalists (born in 2000 or earlier)
World Champion: Wolfe Glick (United States)
Second Place: Jonathan Evans (United States)

2016 POKKÉN TOURNAMENT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Senior Division Finalists (born in 2001 or later)
World Champion: Josh Simmonite (United Kingdom)
Second Place: Dale Causey (United States)

Masters Division Finalists (born in 2000 or earlier)
World Champion: Masami Sato (Japan)
Second Place: Takuma Araki (Japan)

For more information on how to participate in future Pokémon TCG and Video Game Championship Series events, visit www.pokemon.com/play. For more information on the Pokkén Tournament Championship Series, visit http://www.pokkentournament.com/en-us/championship-series/.

To connect with Pokémon online:
Visit www.pokemon.com
Like the official Pokémon Facebook page at Facebook.com/Pokemon
Follow @Pokemon on Twitter
Check out the official Pokémon YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/pokemon

Nintendo pulls in over $600 million from selling the Seattle Mariners

In the “Notice Regarding the Start of Negotiationsto Sell a Portion of Ownership in the Entity which Operates Seattle Mariners” published on April 28, 2016, Nintendo Co., Ltd. (the “Company”) announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Nintendo of America Inc., had started negotiations to sell a portion of its ownership in First Avenue Entertainment LLLP, which operates the Seattle Mariners Major League Baseball team.

The Company hereby announces that the sale has officially been closed following approval by the Major League Baseball organization. The sales amount is 661 million U.S. dollars. We expect that it will take some time to calculate and confirm the impact of this sale to the Company’s consolidated financial performance. After the impact has been confirmed, the Company will disclose the effect to the Company’s consolidated financial performance as necessary.

Severed to debut on Wii U & 3DS at PAX West

Toronto, Canada – August 22, 2016 – Drinkbox Studios is excited to show off their new game Severed on both the WiiU system and 3DS hand-held system at this year’s PAX West in Seattle. Severed will be available to play on both platforms at Nintendo’s Nindies@Night event at the EMP Museum on Thursday September 1st, 8pm-12am, and will also be found on the PAX show floor in the Nintendo Indie Lounge from September 2 - September 5 at the Washington State Convention Center, in room 612.

Severed puts players in the role of Sasha, a one-armed warrior, who has embarked on a danger-ridden quest to find her family. Players will hack, slash, and swipe their way through both nightmarish monsters and uniquely challenging puzzles.

In Severed, players use swipe-based touch controls to solve puzzles, find secrets and battle with a host of disturbing monsters, including giant floating skull wizards and beasts made of crows. During the journey, players unlock new abilities, ascend an RPG-style upgrade tree, and uncover the mysteries of the dark fantasy universe Sasha finds herself in.

Pokémon World Championships 2016 - The battles are over

The 2016 Pokémon World Championships have concluded here in San Francisco! Congratulations to all of our new Pokémon TCG, Video Game, and Pokkén Tournament World Champions. You represent the best of the best, from your expert play to your incredible sportsmanship and camaraderie. And congratulations to everyone who competed in the Pokémon World Championships and for making this event one for the ages. Meet the 2016 Pokémon TCG World Champions and Video Game World Champions.

In the closing ceremonies, GAME FREAK director Junichi Masuda and The Pokémon Company president Tsunekazu Ishihara presented trophies to all of our Pokémon TCG and video game finalists. Then, the location of the 2017 Pokémon World Championships was announced. Next year's big event will take place in Anaheim, California! Check back for dates and specific location. Start playing in 2017 Championship Series events for your chance to play at the 2017 Pokémon World Championships.

Congratulations once more to everyone who joined the fun here in San Francisco at the 2016 Pokémon World Championships. Be sure to check Pokemon.com/Strategy for coverage from the weekend and for continuing post-event coverage.

NoA PR - Nintendo Brings Games and Fun to PAX West in Seattle

Nintendo Features Upcoming Indie Games at Event

REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- As PAX West rapidly approaches, Nintendo has a lineup featuring RPGs, indie games and lots of fun. The video game show, which runs Sept. 2-5 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, gives fans a chance to check out a variety of new and upcoming content on Nintendo platforms for both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo will have two booths, one featuring activities with Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, as well as playable games like Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past and YO-KAI WATCH 2 and another booth dedicated to our talented Nindie partners showcasing awesome first playable experiences such as Punch Club (tiny Build Games), Runbow Pocket (13AM Games), Severed (Drinkbox Studios) and World to the West (Rain Games).

“PAX West gives Nintendo a great opportunity to showcase both mainstream and Nindie titles to a video game savvy audience,” said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Having the show essentially in Nintendo’s backyard and getting a chance to connect with our fans makes it all the more special for us.”

Some of the highlights Nintendo is planning for PAX West include:

Nindies@Night: For the second year, Nintendo will kick off its PAX West activities with an event at the EMP Museum in Seattle. The event is free and open to the public and will give people a chance to sample both first playable and anticipated video games from our Nindie community. Playable games include Axiom Verge (Thomas Happ Games), Jotun: Valhalla Edition (Thunder Lotus Games), Shantae Half-Genie Hero (WayForward/XSEED), Severed (Drinkbox Studios), World to the West (Rain Games), FAST Racing NEO – NEO Future Pack (Shin’en) and SteamWorld Heist (Image & Form) for the Wii U console, and Runbow Pocket (13AM Games), Punch Club (tiny Build Games), Severed (Drinkbox Studios), Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 (INTI CREATES), Noitu Love: Devolution (MP2 Games) and Gurumin: A Monsterous Adventure (Mastiff) for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. Attendees will also have the chance to snag some giveaways and prizes, while supplies last. Additionally, all attendees will have access to EMP’s Indie Game Revolution exhibit, which includes newly installed titles from the Nintendo independent community. The Nindies@Night event takes place 8 p.m.-midnight on Sept. 1 at the EMP Museum, 325 Fifth Ave. N in Seattle.
Indie Lounge at PAX West: For anyone who wasn’t able to make it to the Nindies@Night event, we are bringing the same playable Nindie content to PAX West in the convention center on the sixth floor in Room 612. Developers will be there to demonstrate their games and answer questions, and giveaway free swag. Indie Lounge hours are noon-9 p.m. Friday to Sunday, and noon-6 p.m. on Monday.
Nintendo’s Booth: PAX West attendees can swing by the Nintendo booth (South Hall, Booth No. 2335) to check out a variety of fun games and products. In addition to a number of fun activities themed to Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, Nintendo plans to have playable versions of the Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past and YO-KAI WATCH 2 games on hand. Additionally, visitors can check out cool displays of amiibo figures and the Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition hardware, which launches Nov. 11.
Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Photo Experience: A photo booth will be set up at the Nintendo booth for fans to take some fun photos with two legendary Pokémon and Pokémon trainers. Additionally, fans who pre-order Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon onsite will receive a collectable gift.
Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past Developer Discussion: The producer of Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past from Square Enix will host a game-focused developer discussion at 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 4 at the Hydra Theater.


For more information about Nintendo’s presence at PAX West, visit http://www.nintendo.com/. Remember that Wii U and Nintendo 3DS feature parental controls that let adults manage the content their children can access. For more information other features, visit http://www.nintendo.com/wiiu or http://www.nintendo.com/3ds.


This week's European downloads - August 25 (Mystical Ninja, Ace Attorney demo & more)

Nintendo eShop (3DS)

The Legend of Kusakari (Nnooo) - €4.99/£3.99

Help the heroes and CUT that GRASS! You know what's the worst thing ever? Fighting slimes and dragons knee-deep in grass and weeds. Well if Kusakari has anything to do with it, it wont be that way for long. Get your scythe sharpened and jump into this quirky Japanese adventure puzzle game. Slice through over 50 levels of grass-filled action and help those heroes save the kingdom, in battle grounds fit to have a picnic on! Up to the challenge? Compete for the most grass cut in the endless grass cutting competion and record your best cut in the online leaderboards!

Pixel Paint (Rainy Frog) - €3.99/£3.99
Create your very own pixel art with ease and post it to Miiverse or save it to the SD Card for use on social networks etc! Pixel art is a picture created pixel by pixel such as retro games and many recent indie games. Base your creation off an old game, or create something entirely new!

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice Demo (CAPCOM) - Free
This narrative adventure stars beloved defense attorneys Phoenix Wright and Apollo Justice and sees the return of many familiar faces alongside some exciting new additions. Filled with puzzling cases to solve, the new game also brings popular investigative techniques from previous installments, along with brand new mechanics such as the Divination Séance. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice sees Phoenix in a brand new location: a courtroom situated in the Kingdom of Khura'in, origin of the Kurain Channeling Technique, where mysterious séance trials decide the fate of all defendants. Meanwhile, defense attorney Apollo Justice faces his own challenges holding down the fort at the Wright Anything Agency, as he takes on a case that will have explosive implications. Both our heroes are joined by a host of returning friends and adversaries in their fight to bring about justice.

Word Logic by POWGI Demo (Lightwood Games) - Free
Enjoy more great POWGI word puzzles with this bumper collection of six new games! Solve hundreds of pencil-and-paper style puzzles using the stylus and intuitive touch-screen controls. Get extra challenges by touching any amiibo to generate special puzzles, just for you!

Special offers
Blast 'Em Bunnies (Nnooo) - €2.49/£1.49 if you purchase The Legend of Kusakari (Ends September 22, regular price €4.99/£2.99)
escapeVektor (Nnooo) - €3.49/£2.99 if you purchase The Legend of Kusakari (Ends September 22, regular price €6.99/£5.99)
Shin Megami Tensei IV (Atlus) - €9.99/£8.99 (Ends September 8, regular price €19.99/£17.99)
Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars (Atlus) - €9.99/£8.99 (Ends September 8, regular price €29.99/£24.99)
Parascientific Escape Cruise in the Distant Seas (CIRCLE Ent.) - €3.99/£3.19 (Ends September 15, regular price €4.99/£3.99)
Toy Defense (CIRCLE Ent.) - €2.99/£2.39 (Ends September 15, regular price €3.99/£3.19)
WAKEDAS (CIRCLE Ent.) - €1.99/£1.69 (Ends September 15, regular price €2.99/£2.49)
Aqua Moto Racing 3D (Zordix AB) - €3.99/£3.59 (Ends September 1, regular price €7.99/£7.19)
Darts Up 3D (EnjoyUp Games) - €0.99/£0.89 (Ends September 22, regular price €2.99/£2.69)
Football Up 3D (EnjoyUp Games) - €1.99/£1.79 (Ends September 22, regular price €2.99/£2.36)
3D MahJongg (Joindots) - €3.99/£3.59 (Ends September 8, regular price €4.99/£4.49)
Gardenscapes (Joindots) - €5.99/£4.49 (Ends September 8, regular price €7.99/£5.99)
Murder on the Titanic (Joindots) - €5.35/£4.00 (Ends September 8, regular price €7.99/£5.99)
Safari Quest (Joindots) - €4.68/£3.33 (Ends September 8, regular price €6.99/£4.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Clown Skin Pack (Nnooo, Add-On Content) - €0.99/£0.64 (Ends September 22, regular price €1.99/£1.29)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Luchador Skin Pack (Nnooo, Add-On Content) - €0.99/£0.64 (Ends September 22, regular price €1.99/£1.29)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Ninja Skin Pack (Nnooo, Add-On Content) - €0.99/£0.64 (Ends September 22, regular price €1.99/£1.29)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Urban Army Skin Pack (Nnooo, Add-On Content) - €0.99/£0.64 (Ends September 22, regular price €1.99/£1.29)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Zombie Skin Pack (Nnooo, Add-On Content) - €0.99/£0.64 (Ends September 22, regular price €1.99/£1.29)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Clown Arena Pack (Nnooo, Add-On Content) - €1.49/£0.99 (Ends September 22, regular price €2.99/£1.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Luchador Arena Pack (Nnooo, Add-On Content) - €1.49/£0.99 (Ends September 22, regular price €2.99/£1.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Ninja Arena Pack (Nnooo, Add-On Content) - €1.49/£0.99 (Ends September 22, regular price €2.99/£1.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Urban Army Arena Pack (Nnooo, Add-On Content) - €1.49/£0.99 (Ends September 22, regular price €2.99/£1.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Zombie Arena Pack (Nnooo, Add-On Content) - €1.49/£0.99 (Ends September 22, regular price €2.99/£1.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: 5x Multiplier (Nnooo) - €2.49/£1.49 (Ends September 22, regular price €4.99/£2.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: 10x Multiplier (Nnooo) - €4.99/£3.24 (Ends September 22, regular price €9.99/£6.49)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Carrot Rifle (Nnooo) - €1.49/£0.99 (Ends September 22, regular price €2.99/£1.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Turnip Mortar (Nnooo) - €2.49/£1.49 (Ends September 22, regular price €4.99/£2.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Watermelon Machine Gun (Nnooo) - €2.49/£1.49 (Ends September 22, regular price €4.99/£2.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Runner Bean Laser (Nnooo) - €2.49/£1.49 (Ends September 22, regular price €4.99/£2.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Clown Bundle (Nnooo) - €1.99/£1.49 (Ends September 22, regular price €3.99/£2.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Luchador Bundle (Nnooo) - €1.99/£1.49 (Ends September 22, regular price €3.99/£2.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Ninja Bundle (Nnooo) - €1.99/£1.49 (Ends September 22, regular price €3.99/£2.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Urban Army Bundle (Nnooo) - €1.99/£1.49 (Ends September 22, regular price €3.99/£2.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Zombie Bundle (Nnooo) - €1.99/£1.49 (Ends September 22, regular price €3.99/£2.99)
Blast'Em Bunnies: All Skin & Arena Bundle (Nnooo) - €4.99/£3.24 (Ends September 22, regular price €9.99/£6.49)
Blast'Em Bunnies: Mega Bundle (Nnooo) - €7.49/£4.99 (Ends September 22, regular price €14.99/£9.99)


Nintendo eShop (New 3DS)

The Legend of The Mystical Ninja (Konami, SNES VC) - €7.99/£7.19 (€5.59/£5.00 until September 8)

A curse has stricken the village of Horo-Horo. Their beloved princess has vanished – and without her powers, a plague of giant locusts will ravage the helpless. All hope rests on the village’s two ninja guardians, Kid Ying and Dr. Yang. Ying is a daring young mystical ninja, and Yang is his all-powerful mentor, master of the invincible spirit transformation. Together they must overcome ten levels of the Dragonbeast to find the princess – or die trying. You’ll need to perform dozens of attack moves and solve magical problems before advancing. And talk about enemies! There’s the Carp Meister, who stuns victims with poisonous fighting fish, or the Sumo Tag Team, kings of the unbeatable belly buster crunch. But that’s only the tip of the volcano – which is why your ultimate strength must come not from your might, but from your mind.

BlockForm (CW-Games) - €4.99/£4.49
A unique puzzle/platform game where colour affect the character's behaviour. How quickly can you finish this game?


Nintendo eShop (Wii U)

Armikrog (Versus Evil) - €9.99/£7.99 (€8.99/£7.19 until August 30)

Armikrog is a unique stop motion clay animated point and click adventure game from the creators of Earthworm Jim and the Neverhood. Unravel the mysteries of the fortress that holds Tommynaut and his blind alien talking dog Beak-Beak captive through exploration and puzzle solving!

PANDA LOVE (RCMADIAX) - €1.49/£1.39
Help the Pandas find Love! In PANDA LOVE, run and jump through over 20 fun filled levels to help the Panda's find love again. Many obstacles such as high jumps, spikes, disappearing platforms and more stand in the way of your journey. Use just the Wii U GamePad to experience the game Off-TV.

Mighty No. 9 - Retro Hero (Deep Silver, Add-On Content) - €2.99/£2.39
You play as Beck, the 9th in a line of powerful robots, and the only one immune to a mysterious virus that has caused mechanized creatures the world over to go berserk. Run, jump, blast, and transform your way through 12 challenging stages using abilities stolen from your enemies to take down your fellow Mighty Number robots and confront the final evil that threatens the planet!

Word Logic by POWGI Demo (Lightwood Games) - Free
Enjoy more great POWGI word puzzles with this bumper collection of six new games! Solve hundreds of pencil-and-paper style puzzles using the stylus and intuitive touch-screen controls. Get extra challenges by touching any amiibo to generate special puzzles, just for you!

Special offers
99 Moves (EnjoyUp Games) - €1.49/£1.34 (Ends September 22, regular price €2.49/£2.29)
Abyss (EnjoyUp Games) - €1.49/£1.34 (Ends September 22, regular price €1.99/£1.79)
Rock 'N Racing Off Road DX (EnjoyUp Games) - €4.95/£4.45 (Ends September 22, regular price €7.99/£7.19)
Dracula's Legacy (Joindots) - €7.19/£5.39 (Ends September 8, regular price €7.99/£5.99)
Jones on Fire (Joindots) - €2.99/£2.29 (Ends September 8, regular price €5.99/£4.59)
Queen's Garden (Joindots) - €5.59/£4.39 (Ends September 8, regular price €6.99/£5.49)
Kung Fu FIGHT! (Nostatic Software) - €0.99/ £0.74 (Ends September 1, regular price €1.99/£1.49)
Defense Dome (HULLBREACH STUDIOS) - €1.99/£1.50 (Ends September 8, regular price €2.99/£2.29)
SDK Paint (HULLBREACH STUDIOS) - €3.50/£2.99 (Ends September 8, regular price €5.00/£4.50)
Twin Robots (Ratalaika Games) - €2.99/£2.69 (Ends September 1, regular price €4.99/£4.49)
U Host (Bear Box Media) - €5.99/£4.99 (Ends September 8, regular price €9.99/£8.99)
Cubemen 2 (Nnooo) - €3.99/£3.49 if you purchase The Legend of Kusakari (Ends September 22, regular price €7.99/£6.99)
Zen Pinball 2: Core Collection (Zen Studios, Add-On Content) - €4.99/£3.99 (Ends September 8, regular price €9.99/£7.99)