Nintendo Store Update: Fight people with people

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New eShop release Tokyo Crash Mobs looks like one of the craziest games to hit the 3DS ever. Yes, even crazier than Denpa Men.

If the trailer wasn’t enough wackiness for one day, just have a look at the game’s official description:

“All Grace and Savannah want is to make it in Tokyo, but what’s with all the scenesters, bomb balls, flower displays, and ninjas getting in their way?! And don’t even get me started on the UFO abductions, or how easy it is for a visit to Tokyo to end with getting sucked into outer space…”

I’m kind of…enticed by this.

Anyway, if you’re antsy about Fire Emblem Awakening (as I’m sure Reviews Editor Lowell is), there’s a demo for you to satiate your desire for challenging tactical turn-based combat. Otherwise, you’ll be looking at 1997 Game Boy action puzzler Kirby’s Star Stacker or two more 3DS retail-to-digital releases. The Wii U’s a complete no-show this week, regular Wii users getting an Amazon Instant Video app has to count for something, right?

Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS
Fire Emblem Awakening – Demo Version

Tokyo Crash Mobs $5.99

Kirby’s Star Stacker $2.99

Wii Shop Channel on Wii
Amazon Instant Video – Watch new release movies and in-season TV episodes, plus thousands of videos available to Amazon Prime members at no additional cost.

Also new this week:
• Disney/Pixar Finding Nemo Escape to the Big Blue (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
• Deer Drive Legends (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)

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Author: Patrick Kulikowski View all posts by
Patrick Kulikowski is a Rutgers University graduate with aspirations of joining the game industry. I have a strong love of games and their music. When not serving as Associate Editor for Pixelitis,net and a writer for Game Music Online, you'll see him working on a game music drum cover project entitled "VGdrum" and managing his Breath of Fire Facebook and Twitter fan pages.

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