Nintendo eShop Update Brings Terraria to the 3DS

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Terraria is now available on the 3DS! Now we wait patiently for Minecraft to come to the 3DS…

This week’s eShop update for Nintendo systems in North America seems to be quite a bit more promising than last week, with the addition of Terraria to the 3DS eShop.

Available now at retailers, you can pick up Devil’s Third. Devil’s Third is the first ever M-Rated exclusive for the Nintendo Wii U. Games availabe as of today on the eShop for the wii U include Dinox, FAST Racing Neo, Jones on Fire, and Sketch Wars. We’re also getting two Virtual console titles on the Wii U eShop this week. Those titles include Medabots: Metabee and Medabots: Rokusho, both originally released on the Game Boy Advance.

The most notable new game available on the Nintendo 3DS is Terraria. A side-scrolling title that many say is somewhat of a 2D Minecraft. Other titles released today on the 3DS eShop are Petit Novel series – Harvest December, Radiohammer, Rytmik Ultimate, and SteamWorld Heist. The 3DS also gets a couple new themes: Mario Hanafuda and SteamWorld Heist (which is free if you purchase the game before Dec. 31).

Sales on the Wii U eShop include the following:

  • COLOR BOMBS is now $1.00 until Jan. 6.
  • KEYTARI: 8-bit Music Maker is now $4.99 until Jan. 3.
  • Life of Pixel is now $4.99 until Jan. 10.
  • Phineas & Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff is $4.99 starting on Dec. 14 until Dec. 28.
  • Trine Enchanted Edition as well as Trine 2: Director’s Cut are on sale starting on Dec. 15 with the sale ending on Jan. 5.
  • ZaciSa’s Last Stand is now $0.99 until Jan. 7.

Sales on the 3DS eShop include the following:

  • AeternoBlade is now $4.99 until Dec. 31.
  • Classic Games Overload: Card & Puzzle Edition is now $14.99 until Jan. 4.
  • Phineas & Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff is $4.99 starting on Dec. 14 until Dec. 28.
  • Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked is $9.99 starting on Dec. 14 until Dec. 28.
  • Zombie Panic in wonderland DX is now $4.99 until Jan. 9.

Also this week, there is an activity for Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer. Claude is in need of a nice home-decor, and if you help him you’ll get some pretty neat gaming stuff added to your inventory. You can find this gamer bunny on the second floor of Nook’s Homes and give him the room of his dreams! This is available via the game’s SpotPass.

Excited about the sales? Planning on picking up Terraria? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

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