Wondering what you can expect to find on the virtual shelves of your local 3DS eShop?
Brain Age: Concentration Training is finally out, having debuted in Japan last summer. It’s the latest release in the Brain Age series. Note that it’ll appear on the US eShop’s shelves on February 10th, so you’ve only got a few more days to wait.
There are also numerous digital versions of old games now available on the US eShop. These include Splinter Cell 3D, Rayman 3D, and Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 3D. You also have the chance to download Mega Man 2, too. With a $4.99 price tag.
Finally, there’s a demo for RPG Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan in the 3DS store. The full game will land on the 3DS later this month. Check out the demo, see what you think.
Those of you in Europe actually have some new entries to your version of the eShop this week after a pretty barren release last week.Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed is the big one this week. This is a download version of the full retail game so it’ll cost you £29.99.
In Real Heroes: Firefighter 3D, meanwhile, you are pitted as a fireman who must aim jets of water to extinguish fires. Oh, and prise open doors with a fire axe. Even with that £8.99 price tag, word has it that the game is a stinker and you should not bother.
In the Virtual Console section this week, there’s Mega Man 2, one of “the greatest action games of all time”. According to Nintendo. If you haven’t given this a play before, you can’t really go wrong at £4.49.
Finally, there’s a demo for the dual-platforming, brain-destroying Fractured Soul. Probably worth a download if you like your platformers.