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Mega Man X, Bit.Trip Core demo hit Nintendo downloads

Nintendo downloads this week include Mega Man X, a Bit.Trip Core demo, My Little Baby, GO Series Captain Sub, DodoGo! Robo, and Music on: Learning Piano Volume 2.

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It's time for your weekly spate of Nintendo downloads, and this week actually offers a few games you might be interested in. Virtual Console brings Mega Man X for $8 (800 Wii Points), the Super NES title that began the long cycle of Mega Man spin-offs to come.

On WiiWare, indecisive gamers can try a free demo for Bit.Trip Core, which should give you a good idea of whether you can subject yourself to that level of difficulty without going mad. Possibly less exciting is My Little Baby for $6. It's Nintendogs with little humans instead of Labrador puppies.

Finally, DSiWare offers GO Series Captain Sub, which is just as quirky and water-oriented as it sounds. DodoGo! Robo is a robot-themed puzzle game. And Music on: Learning Piano Volume 2 is a simplified piano tutorial featuring works from famous composures like Bach and Chopin. Each of the DSiWare titles this week costs $2.

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    April 18, 2011 8:45 AM

    Comment on Mega Man X, Bit.Trip Core demo hit Nintendo downloads, by Steve Watts.

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      April 18, 2011 8:47 AM

      Summary: Nintendo downloads this week include Mega Man X, a Bit.Trip Core demo, My Little Baby, GO Series Captain Sub, DodoGo! Robo, and Music on: Learning Piano Volume 2.

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      April 18, 2011 8:47 AM

      X2 is my favorite SNES MMX game, but all 3 are very good.

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      April 18, 2011 9:17 AM

      Love the Mega Man X series on the SNES. The newer ones are not so good. They need to go back to the original X formula.

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        April 18, 2011 9:20 AM

        Try X4 on the PS1.

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        April 18, 2011 10:08 AM

        Capcom should go retro with X and create new 2D entries, like they did for the original series.

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          April 18, 2011 11:23 AM

          I agree. They've shown that the problem isn't with ability, but willingness to make good games that's the problem

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