This week’s raft of European Nintendo eShop releases features the 3DS debut of Star Wars Pinball.
The game features boards based around Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Boba Fett. Meanwhile the Wii U’s Virtual Console sees the release of the US version of Mega Man X.
European Nintendo eShop Releases – 19th September 2013
- Harvest Moon: A New Beginning – €34.99 (£29.99)
- Super Street Fighter IV 3D – €19.99 (£17.99)
- Star Wars Pinball – €4.99 (£4.49)
- AiRace Speed – €4.99 (£4.49)
- Rage of the Gladiator – €6.99 (£6.29)
- Mega Man X (US Version) – €7.99 (£5.49)
- Game Party Champions – €29.99 (£19.99)
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