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Nintendo Download: Disgaea 7

Also, EA Sports FC 24

Look, EA Sports FC 24 was technically the headliner for this week’s Nintendo Download as far as the Big N is concerned: but I had other plans. Disgaea 7 is out on October 3, and honestly, it’s crazy that this series is still alive. I’ve been a huge fan of it since it first came out, and have been following NIS for over 20 years. I’m glad that they’re still around, and the industry as a whole is better off with them in it.

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As for the other marquee games, we have Cocoon dropping on September 29, and Silent Hope will arrive on October 3. As usual, there’s a ton of other stuff to sift through!

  • 4×4 Mud – Offroad Car Simulator & Truck – Available Sept. 30
  • A Tiny Sticker Tale – Available Oct. 4
  • Abomi Nation
  • Afterdream
  • AirJet Fighter Sky Dominators: Aerial Assault
  • ALTF4
  • Ancient Mahjong – Available Sept. 29
  • ANGEL WHISPER – The Suspense Visual Novel Left Behind by a Game Creator.
  • Anime Poly Puzzle – Sci-Fi Maidens
  • Arcade Archives STRIKE GUNNER
  • Autumn Hike
  • Battle Sea
  • Before the Night
  • Bilkins’ Folly – Available Oct. 2
  • Boaty Tanks
  • Chipmonk!
  • CounterAttack: Uprising
  • Crazy Bus
  • Crimson Song – Yuri Visual Novel
  • Crowns and Pawns: Kingdom of Deceit
  • CyberTD
  • Deflector – Available Sept. 29
  • Digitris – Available Sept. 29
  • Dinobreak – Available Oct. 4
  • Diorama Dungeoncrawl – Master of the Living Castle – Available Oct. 4
  • Dolphin Spirit – Ocean Mission
  • Encore Rally
  • Faerie Afterlight
  • Fate/Samurai Remnant – Available Sept. 29
  • Final Exerion
  • Firefighting Simulator – The Squad
  • Foot Clinic – Available Sept. 29
  • Forgive Me Father
  • Freak Crossing
  • Games Advent Calendar – 25 Days – 25 Surprises
  • Gothic Classic
  • Haunted Zombie Slaughter 2
  • Humans vs Tigers – Available Sept. 29
  • Humvee Assault: War 3D FPS
  • Indoor Kickball – Available Sept. 29
  • Infinity Strash: DRAGON QUEST The Adventure of Dai
  • Kumakichi’s Birth ☆ Destruction God
  • Lord of the Click: Interstellar Wars
  • Love Kuesuto – Available Sept. 29
  • Mechs V Kaijus
  • Metroidvania Bundle
  • My Heart Grows Fonder – Available Sept. 29
  • NINJA KIDZ: TIME MASTERS – Available Sept. 29
  • Pan-Dimensional Conga Combat
  • PAW Patrol World – Available Sept. 29
  • PictoPull – Available Oct. 3
  • Pizza Possum
  • Playroom Racer
  • Puzzle Balls
  • Rayland 2
  • Rise of the Triad: Ludicrous Edition – Available Sept. 29
  • RPG Bundle – Available Sept. 29
  • Samurai – Japan Warrior Fighter
  • Sentry City
  • SHARK! SHARK!
  • Sudoku for Kids
  • Supfly Delivery Simulator – Available Sept. 30
  • Survivor – Castaway Island – Available Oct. 3
  • Synergia – NextGen Edition – Available Oct. 3
  • TAISHO x ALICE: HEADS & TAILS
  • Telenet Shooting Collection
  • The Crisis Zone
  • Tiny Whaley
  • Tough Law
  • Virtual Mom – Job Simulator Manager – Available Oct. 1
  • World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing ‘23 Edition – Available Oct. 3

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