Wii U eShop
Pure Chess (Ripstone, $7.99) — Arriving perhaps a little later than expected, this title — developed by VooFoo — arrives with some attractive HD visuals on the Wii U, as well as multiple control schemes, modes and tutorials. Most exciting is the news that online matches will be cross-platform between Wii U, 3DS, Android and iOS players, greatly opening up a world of opponents.
Wii U Virtual Console
Volleyball (Nintendo, $4.99) — Nintendo continues to release its basic sports range from the NES era onto its shiny new system, this time taking to the court for some Volleyball shenanigans.
Wii U eShop Retail Download
Hello Kitty Cruisers (Bergsala Lightweight, $19.95) — Available from 21st March.
Wii U eShop Promotion
Wii Sports Club (Nintendo, free) — Free access to Wii Sports Club: Tennis, Wii Sports Club: Bowling and Wii Sports Club: Golf from 21st March at 9am Pacific until 23rd March at 11:59pm Pacific.
Wii U eShop Temporary Discounts
Darksiders II (Nordic, $19.99 until 1st April)
Jeopardy! (Nordic, $19.99 until 1st April)
Wheel of Fortune (Nordic, $19.99 until 1st April)
Pokémon Battle Trozei (Nintendo, $7.99) — Known as Pokémon Link: Battle! in Europe, this incorporates match-3 puzzling with battles and the age-old activity of collecting pocket monsters. With four player co-op and all of the Pokémon included, including those from X & Y, this is a fun hybrid experience perfectly suited to 3DS-owning 'mon fans.
Pure Chess (Ripstone, $7.99) — This is the same title as that on the Wii U, albeit substituting HD visuals for autostereoscopic 3D.
Yumi's Odd Odyssey (Natsume, $29.99) — This is the first time the puzzle-platform series has made it outside of Japan, with the eShop providing a localised outlet for Natsume.
3DS eShop Temporary Discounts
Mutant Mudds (Renegade Kid, $6.30 until 3rd April, normally $8.99)
ATV Wild Ride 3D (Renegade Kid, $5.60 until 3rd April, normally $7.99)
Bomb Monkey (Renegade Kid, $2.10 until 3rd April, normally $2.99)
3DS eShop Retail Download Demo
Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars (Atlus, free) — Available from 25th March.