A new sword-fighting action title named Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword has made it to this week’s list of Nintendo downloadable games along with other fresh offerings. Apart from a Nintendo Video titled Drown in the Now by The Crystal Method, games like GO Series: Undead Storm and Carmen Sandiego Adventures in Math: The Great Gateway Grab can also be downloaded for Nintendo devices.
Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword is being said to be an easy to play title. Players will be required to push the A button to attack, while the B Button can be combined with the Circle Pad to dodge. The story of the game transpires during the time gods and men still shared the earth. It revolves around the beautiful goddess of light, Princess Cherry Blossom, a kappa, the master of spring and a young boy. Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword is a 3DS exclusive and can be purchased for the device through the eShop.
As the name suggests, GO Series: Undead Storm is a zombie-slaying game that comprises hordes of zombies as well as giant bosses. Shotguns, flame throwers, grenades and more can be utilized by players so as to get rid of the undead threat in this title, which also offers co-op play for up to three friends on the DSi via a local wireless connection. Moreover, the latest edition of Iwata Asks has also gone live on the Nintendo website. This interview supposedly provides readers with an inside look at the Swapnote application which was launched for the Nintendo 3DS recently.
Carmen Sandiego Adventures in Math: The Great Gateway Grab is yet another episode to the WiiWare puzzle title which, this time around, takes gamers to Mumbai, India where the The Gateway of India has mysteriously disappeared. It can be downloaded currently through the Wii Shop Channel in exchange of 600 Points.
Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword, from this week’s roster of Nintendo downloadable games, now retails on the eShop at a price of 6.99 USD (approx. Rs. 340). GO Series: Undead Storm on the other hand, sells on both the DSi Shop as well as the eShop at 200 Points and 1.99 USD (approx. Rs. 100), respectively.