Nintendo is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Legend of Zelda series with several releases this year, including Hyrule Warriors Legends on the 3DS, as well as the highly anticipated new Zelda game for the Wii U. However, they’re also bringing back a beloved classic with The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD, available both physically and digitally on the Wii U.

Originally released in 2006 for the GameCube and Wii, Twilight Princess took a more realistic turn to the more cartoonish style of The Wind Waker. This new HD version boasts more than just sharper graphics, however. It includes the new “Hero Mode” that makes the game more difficult. There’s also a new dungeon called the Cave of Shadows, as well as other new features.

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD trailer:

Also this week, SNES games have debuted on the Virtual Console for the New 3DS (but not the regular 3DS). Mirroring the original SNES launch lineup, North America is starting with Super Mario World, F-Zero and Pilotwings, while Europe is getting Super Mario World and EarthBound. More games should be on the way for both regions in the near future.

Here are all of last week’s digital retro releases:

Nintendo eShop – North America:

– F-Zero (Nintendo, N3DS)
– The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD (Nintendo, Wii U)
– Pac-man 2: The New Adventures (Bandai Namco, Wii U)
– Pilotwings (Nintendo, N3DS)
– Super Mario World (Nintendo, N3DS)

Nintendo eShop – Europe:

– Advance Wars: Dual Strike (Nintendo, Wii U)
– Earthbound (Nintendo, N3DS)
– The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD (Nintendo, Wii U)
– Super Mario World (Nintendo, N3DS)

PlayStation Store – Europe:

– Ninja Senki DX (Tribute Games, PS4)

Steam:

– Star Wars Rebellion (Disney Interactive, Windows)

GOG.com:

– Undertale (Toby Fox, Win/Mac)