Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl - Demo (3DS: NIS America, free!) aims to give you sense of just what you're getting into with a remade version of the first EO game. Some will be charmed by the fact that you have to map every step you take, others will be freaked out by the fact that giant RPG deer are trying to batter them to death. Each to their own.
F-Zero: Maximum Velocity (Wii U Virtual Console: Nintendo, £6.29) is the first of three(!) GBA F-Zero games, and plays like an updated homage to the original SNES version. By which I mean it's hard enough to break minds.
Golden Sun (Wii U Virtual Console: Nintendo, £6.29) is what Camelot used to do before Mario Golf, which is sort of strange, given it's a sprawling, intelligent JRPG with hundreds of different summoning spells.
Putty Squad (3DS: System 3, £17.99) was originally developed for the Amiga 1200, but ended up a PS4 launch game, which is sort of hilarious
Tiny Games - Knights & Dragons (3DS: Reactor, £2.49) is a mini-game collection. That is literally all we know.
Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse (3DS Virtual Console: Konami, £4.49) was the moment Konami started to make Castlevania interesting. While it's still the same "whip a bat" action game, it now added a branching level path structure.
My Exotic Farm (Wii U: BIP Media, £4.49) is the sequel to My Farm. Meaning you now have an ostrich in the beginning.
I Am In The Movie (DSiWare: Circle, £1.79) lets you put the Matrix code effect over the image from your 3DS camera, like it's 1999. It's not 1999.