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A recent miniature version of Nintendo Direct revealed the plans surrounding the extra content for the handheld. Each of these 3 packs will receive its very own concept and all of them will work in the game’s Coin Rush mode, where the goal is to rack up as many coins as possible. The first pack is titled Gold Rush. Here, all that shines is gold and players can try to capture the goal of 30.000 coins in total.
Coming at the end of October, the second pack titled Coin Challenge A will arrive. Here, a strict time limit will be applied to levels where gamers rush for currency. The third installment planned for the end of November is called the Nerve Rack Pack. As the title suggests, the challenge will be ramped up to new heights for the most skilled players. Some of these twitch precision levels are already present in the main story.
Each DLC will have a set of 3 unchangeable courses. Instead, players are encouraged to try them over and over in order to compete for high scores on the Nintendo website. In order to purchase these packs, you’ll have to log into the game and go to Coin Rush mode. There, an icon with the Shop should take you to the content. If not, then make sure you have SpotPass on and wait for the special notification. It’s possible to purchase this DLC with eShop Cards, except if, like in my country, Nintendo refuses to release them.
Speaking of this elusive method of downloads, this week’s European eShop downloads will consist of 3 titles once more. The 3DS will see Mole Mania return to the virtual console. In this game, players burrow their way through tough puzzle stages, while evading enemies. There’s even some boss battles to go through and all that for €2.99. Additionally, the 3DS will receive a free demo for Marvel Pinball 3D for those that haven’t tried it yet. Finally, the Wii returns to Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers, after already releasing the first title this summer. It will take 900 Wii Points to control these 22 playable characters.
To come full circle on this entire thing: You’ll be able to catch another edition of Nintendo Direct today. This one will center itself on what the 3DS will have to offer in the near future. It starts at 7PM GMT and can be followed live right here.