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Jonathan Higgins posted a article in NintendoIt's all about rainbows, sunshine and ice cream in this week's Nintendo Download! I guess there are enough colorful games to brighten up everyone's week, yeah? The flagship game of this week is definitely Kirby and the Rainbow Curse on Wii U, which will available tomorrow starting at midnight on the eShop. You can pre-download the game now if you'd like so you can get it as soon as possible this evening! Also new and definitely noteworthy (if not controversial): PokÃ©mon Shuffle, the free-to-play puzzle game on Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo has also highlighted new DLC coming to Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call including songs from Chrono Trigger and NIER. There's a Citizens of Earth Demo available for those who'd like to try it out. And last but not least, the Virtual Console on Wii U gets AXELAY this week. There are a few sales and activities (like a PokÃ©mon Art Academy contest) going on--you can learn more about those in the official press release here. Are you interested in trying Kirby, PokÃ©mon Shuffle or some of the other games available this week? Be sure to let us know!
Jason Clement posted a article in NintendoKirby Canvas Curse was one of the most beloved games early on in the Nintendo DS' lifespan, and now it looks to be getting a sequel of sorts with the recently announced Kirby and the Rainbow Curse for Wii U. This time, however, the game is being completely done in a stunning claymation aesthetic. Once again, Kirby is a pink ball that you manipulate with the stylus (via the Wii U Gamepad) and—much like Canvas Curse—must draw lines for to help him get around. Drawing paths on the screen will help Kirby roll in the appropriate direction as well as deflect projectiles, and protect him from harmful objects and such. The game was demoed on the Nintendo Treehouse Livestream earlier today and showed a number of returning elements from Canvas Curse in addition to plenty of new elements, including turning Kirby into a rolling tank and more. Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is slated for release on Wii U in 2015. You can check out the game's trailer below. Source: Nintendo Digital Event Are you excited for Kirby and the Rainbow Curse?