Sorry its late, still having trouble with my pc at the minute. Anyways, here we go:
Wii U eShop
Flowerworks HD: Follie's Adventure (Nocturnal, $3.50 / $4.00CAD introductory price for first month, then $6.00) — This is a HD re-release of the well-regarded WiiWare title, which brings enhancements such as 60 frames per second at 1080p, with two player co-op and multiple control schemes. It promises a lengthy adventure to find seeds and transform the surroundings.
My First Songs (RingZero Games, $9.99 / $9.99CAD) — This is a karaoke game targeting very young children, with 15 songs including examples such as Baa, Baa, Black Sheep and Old MacDonald; it can be played solo with the GamePad microphone, multiplayer with a USB microphone and also takes pictures as young gamers perform.
Wii U Virtual Console
Super Mario Bros. 3 (Nintendo, $4.99 / $4.99CAD) — This classic NES platformer, some would argue the greatest game of the 8-bit era, finally lands on Nintendo's current systems in North America. This was a revelation when released with its overworld, larger levels and outstanding design, and still stands up as one of the all-time greats.
Golden Sun (Nintendo, $7.99 / $7.99CAD) — An RPG series that plenty of people are keen to see return to the current generation of systems, after two GBA titles and one on DS; this is the first of those entries that may just draw in a new group of fans while providing nostalgia for others.
F-Zero Maximum Velocity (Nintendo, $6.99 / $6.99CAD) — While we may impatiently await the day that the F-Zero franchise returns, this arrives to help soften the blow. This Game Boy Advance entry certainly prompts some debate among fans due to the differences in its handling from its predecessors.
Wii U Retail Download
LEGO The Hobbit (Warner Bros., $49.99)
Wii U eShop Permanent Discounts
Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag (Ubisoft, $39.99 / $39.99CAD from 21st April, was $59.99)
ZombiU (Ubisoft, $29.99 from 21st April, was $59.99)
Bit Boy!! ARCADE (Bplus, $7.99 / $7.99CAD) — Bit Boy is back after his WiiWare début in a title that's certainly promising much. With a broad variety in levels and play styles, including boss fights, voice acting and what appears to be a daunting volume of collectibles, this could be one to look out for.
Smash Cat Heroes (Tom Create, $3.99 / $4.30CAD) — This is a top-down action title across both screens in which you bust some serious fighting moves; it'll also be possible to upgrade your cat's abilities as you play.
3DS Virtual Console
Super Mario Bros. 3 (Nintendo, $4.99 / $4.99CAD) — It's a double release of the classic as it arrives on the 3DS Virtual Console, too.
3DS eShop Temporary Discount
Classic Games Overload: Card & Puzzle Edition (Telegames Inc., $14.99 / $14.99CAD until 1st May, normally $29.99)