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eShop 72: September 6 – September 9 Jp0eDlV5S31fNf-62LTNAeVZ46HrN3d5

eShop 72 focuses on the latest download releases, both new and classics, appearing on the Nintendo eShop (North America). Showing you how well they’re doing during the first 72 hours on the service from Thursday, September 6 9:00am, to Sunday, September 9 9:00am PDT.

This is the most embarrassing week in North American eShop ever. This week contains three new releases, two of which doesn’t even gain a single respect from its customer (if there is any) and a weakest performance from a retail reject.

Balloon Pop Remix ($7.99) was originally a retail title under a different name, Balloon Pop 2, taking down balloons by drawing lines on the bottom screen while adorable aliens partying on the stereoscopic screen. The customers are not as energetic with this title as the aliens are, receiving 3 ½ star status with 5 ratings 72 hours after launch.

Heyawake is another puzzle pack from nikoli. These puzzle packs are not exactly welcoming. Unfortunately, Heyawake is the most offensive out of all of them because it’s the most expensive ($7.99) for some reason. The amount of contain is the same as in the other $4.99 nikoli releases. There is no star status with zero ratings total 72 hours after launch.

Crazy Hunter ($4.99) is a DSiware title that involves a racing game using a speedboat, top-down view on both screens, purposely knocking down goats. As crazy as it sounds, this title receive no star status with zero total ratings 72 hours after launch.

The only 3DS owners who are enjoying the eShop contain this week are the Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy fans with their latest DLC selections, which boggle my mind as to way the service never promote these.

I’ll be checking back new process on the Nintendo eShop next week and remember to post your welcoming thoughts at the comment section below.

Wii U NNID: SkywardL
3DS Friendcode: 1590 - 4719 - 1381
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September 9th 2012, 4:16 pmMarioman18
What a sad week for the North American eshop Surprised
September 10th 2012, 12:16 pmStaroceancrazy
Nothing worth buying this week Neutral
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