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European Nintendo Direct Mini Now Playing

By Kevin on Oct 02 2012 03:12 AM
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Here's the Nintendo UK version of the Nintendo Direct "Mini" that's happening as we speak. The intro is identical to the Nintendo Direct that happened in Japan last week, with polygon Iwata making the announcement of the upcoming DLC (Downloadable Content) for New Super Mario Bros. 2. The rest of the video shows a quick run down of the three different DLC packs; Gold Rush Pack, Coin Challenge pack A and Nerve-Wrack Pack.

According to the video below, the European region can start enjoying their New Super Mario Bros. 2 DLC immediately.



Source: Nintendo UK Tweet


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Comments: 6

Immediately? Wow lucky them.
Seriously? Now? Really? :D

*glances at 3DS at ther side of room* I has a SpotPass notification :3

View PostLuffyFoxtrot, on 02 October 2012 - 07:09 AM, said:

Seriously? Now? Really? :D

*glances at 3DS at ther side of room* I has a SpotPass notification :3

You got it?
Yep. As usual, Australia's lopped in with the EU crowd.

Just downloaded the new packs, Nintendo has provided an option to either download them separately, or as a single three-pack set.

In my local currency, Australian Dollars, the three separate packs are $3.00 each, while the all-in-one pack is $9.00. If you purchase any of the single packs, Nintendo won't allow you to buy the combined pack on the same system.

However, the combined pack looks provide the best value in digital size, as it only takes up four blocks. Separately, the Gold Rush Pack takes up three blocks; Coin Challenge A is two blocks, as is the Nerve-Wrack.

View PostLuffyFoxtrot, on 02 October 2012 - 07:17 AM, said:

Yep. As usual, Australia's lopped in with the EU crowd.

Just downloaded the new packs, Nintendo has provided an option to either download them separately, or as a single three-pack set.

In my local currency, Australian Dollars, the three separate packs are $3.00 each, while the all-in-one pack is $9.00. If you purchase any of the single packs, Nintendo won't allow you to buy the combined pack on the same system.

However, the combined pack looks provide the best value in digital size, as it only takes up four blocks. Separately, the Gold Rush Pack takes up three blocks; Coin Challenge A is two blocks, as is the Nerve-Wrack.

Oh well I guess there is a chance that North American players may have this available by the end of the day. That would be awesome. I have $9.00 left in my eShop account and what better place to spend than on Mario's first DLC.
These DLC are addictive!