Nintendo Wii U Latest News & Update: 'Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon', Metroid: Other M' & Other Classic Games Up For Grabs On The Nintendo eShop

By Daniel Flores , Updated Dec 09, 2016 09:00 PM EST
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Nintendo is going retro in this week's eShop update with the Japanese company releases four classic games for the Nintendo Wii U. "Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon", Metroid: Other M" and more are out for the Nintendo Wii U, while Nintendo 3DS owner can now play "Demon's Chest" in their consoles.

Iconic Games Out For The Nintendo Wii U

The Nintendo Wii U eShop offers "Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon" for players to download on their Nintendo gaming consoles. The RPG game title was introduced back for the Nintendo DS in 2009 until its remake recently for the Nintendo Wii U.

"Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon" for the Nintendo Wii U revolves on the story of Marth of Altea that is task to travel the lands of Achanea to defeat the Dark Dragon Medeus that was resurrected by the Sorcerer named Gharnef. "Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon" is available to download on the Nintendo Wii U for a price of $9.99.

Meanwhile. "Metroid: Other M" is also available to download for the Nintendo Wii U eShop with a price of $19.99. "Metroid: Other M" for the Nintendo Wii U follows the journey of Samus Aran who explores a Galactic Federation Battle Ship with his former Galactic Commanding Officer, Adam Malkovich.

"Metroid: Other M" was first released for the Nintendo Wii in 2010 and takes place between the events of "super Metroid" and "Metroid Fusion." Players can also switch from a third-person look to a first-person shooter to explore the Spaceship.

Other games available for the Nintendo Wii U eShop includes "Teslapunk" that is a classic shooter game where players are assigned to defeat Emperor Zangorax, who is back from Mars to invade Earth. "Bridge Constructor Playground" is also available for the Nintendo Wii U eShop game where players can build bridges through the player's creativity and imagination.

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