Meanwhile, with Disney Infinity 2.0 still out of reach, Nintendo's getting things simmering by bringing OG Disney Infinity to the eShop for the first time, for free. You'll still need a physical figure and base to play it, though. As for the 3DS, we reckon top dog this week is Blazblue Clone Phantasma. Nope, not Blazblue Chrono Phantasma, but a 3D action game spinoff of the fighter series. The cast of characters are still there but hyper-deformed and cute, even if they're still beating the bejeezus out of each other.
As always, you'll find the full list of new releases past the break. Sales-wise there are nine new discounts starting this week, which we'd say qualifies as plenty. We refer you to The Big N's press release for the full list, but we like the look of a third off Aeternoblade at $10 and Chasing Aurora half-price at $4.
- Disney Infinity (Disney Interactive, up to 4 players, free download)
- Mega Man VI (Capcom, 1 player, $5)
- Life Force (Konami, 2 players simultaneous, $5)
- Midtown Crazy Race (Jose Varela, 1 player, $5)
- XtremeSports (WayForward, 1 player, $5)
- Blazblue Clone Phantasma (Arc System Works, 1 player, $6)
- Demon King Box (Circle Ent, 1 player, $4)