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Nintendo Download: Overwatch

It's port week for the Switch! Overwatch and The Witcher 3 are the big ones, but Killer Queen is also getting ported from the popular arcade format to Switch. Also on the eShop this week: Little Town Hero (October 16), A...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair

Today the Switch welcomes yet another major release: Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair. Other than that it's a whole lot of indies, ports, and re-releases, but that's usually not a bad thing! This coming week the Switch is also getting N...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Ori and the Blind Forest

Nintendo is killing it with some marquee eShop releases this past month, and this week continues that good streak. The highlights? Dragon Quest XI S and Ori and the Blind Forest. This week also welcomes Freedom Finger, FIFA 20 Legacy Editio...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Zelda: Link's Awakening

The Link's Awakening Switch remake is finally here, but it's not the only thing on offer this week on the Switch eShop. There's a lot more on offer actually. Puzzle Quest returns with the appropriate The Legend Returns monike...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Daemon X Machina

Switch users have a lot to celebrate this week, as Daemon x Machina is finally arriving on the platform after months of testing and fan feedback. The other two big switch releases this week are Castle Crashers Remastered and Sinki...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Final Fantasy VIII Remastered

It's a huge week for the Switch eShop! Not only are there magically 20 SNES games on offer through Switch Online, there's also a few big releases and ports this time around. Deadly Premonition Origins, Divinity: Original Sin 2, Super Kirby ...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Astral Chain

It's a huge week for the Nintendo Switch as it welcomes in a first-party, Nintendo-published game in Astral Chain, and a big-time port in Spyro Reignited Trilogy. Torchlight II also isn't something to sleep on. As for the other eShop r...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Superhot

Nintendo got all surprisey on us during Gamescom this week and gave us not one, but two "check under your chairs!" instant releases. One is Superhot, the incredible game that I recommend everyone plays (though in VR if possible). The other ...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Oninaki

It's a rad (hah) week for the Nintendo Switch, as it just so happens to be welcoming in two semi-big releases, with day one multiplatform console parity. That duo is none other than Rad and Oninaki, which debut on August 20 and August ...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th, one of the biggest Switch games being released this week, is coming out on the 13th, but not on a Friday. I just wanted to make sure you knew that going on. What's on the docket for the rest of the week? Well the Switc...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Doom

[Image source] The "big" releases this week are the trio of Doom games (1-3) which caused quite a controversy this past week after they arrived with a Bethesda.net account login requirement. It's going to be patched out, but the questi...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Fire Emblem: Three Houses

It's a fantastic week for the Nintendo Switch. Not only are we getting a new Fire Emblem in Three Houses, but the Switch eShop is also welcoming Wolfenstein: Youngblood into the mix, which is being released day one alongside of th...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3

After laying dormant for nearly a decade, the Marvel Ultimate Alliance franchise is back with Ultimate Alliance 3, exclusively on Switch. Man that's a good get for Nintendo, and it's out on the eShop tomorrow. Other Switch releases include ...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Dragon Quest Builders 2

And we're still back to normal after the E3 lull, with the third week in a row with a ton of eShop games and some big releases. The king this week is easily Dragon Quest Builders 2, which is releasing day-and-date with the other editions in...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Stranger Things 3: The Game

It's a unique week for the Nintendo Download list, as the publisher has released this coming week's offerings a day earlier due to the July 4 holiday falling on the usual Thursday cycle. As such it's a smaller spread, with Strange Thin...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Super Mario Maker 2

It's a big week for Nintendo with another first party game arriving on the Switch in Super Mario Maker 2. Also on the Switch eShop you'll find Another Sight, Arcade Archives Wild Western, Attack of the Toy Tanks, Baobabs Mausoleum Ep 2, Bit...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

After holding back a bit for the past few weeks outside of Cadence of Hyrule, the eShop is ready to explode this week. We're getting to huge releases in the form of Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled tomorrow and Bloodstained: Ritual ...

 
 
 
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Nintendo Download: Slay the Spire

Do you hear that? It's the calming winds of pre-E3. That explains why the eShop is taking it easy this week, as it's absolutely going to be jam-packed next week with surprise reveals and the like. Before that happens, Slay the Spire le...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Selma and the Wisp

Although it's not technically this week, the prized eShop release is indubitably Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth on June 4. What's the big deal? Well not only is it basically a new Persona game (mixed with Etrian Odyssey for...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization

Today is another mostly indie-filled day for the eShop as we prepare for E3. There's some ports sprinkled in for good measure! The big one this week is Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization which originally came out in 2016 as the fourth ent...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Resident Evil, RE0, RE4

Capcom is slapping the bass on the Nintendo eShop this week with three big re-releases: Resident Evil, Resident Evil 0, and Resident Evil 4. Don't get too excited: these are $30 each, far pricier than other consoles. Other Switch drops incl...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Rock of Ages 2

It's port week for the Nintendo Switch! The eShop is getting Saints Row: The Third, Arcade Archives Terra Force, Ascendance, Blazing Beaks, Car Trader, Dragon Pinball, Dragon Snakes, Evil Defenders, For the King, Frane: Dragon's Odyssey, Lo...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Shakedown: Hawaii

It's a modest week for the eShop, headlined by Shakedown: Hawaii and the recent surprise announcement of Puyo Puyo Champions, both on May 7. Other eShop releases include Arcade Archives Pscho Soldier, Bird Game+, Black Paradox, Car Mec...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age

It's another fun week for the eShop, as the Switch is getting BoxBoy + BoxGirl, Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age, and SteamWorld Quest. It's a nice mix of old and new, with two old school oriented RPGs front and center! The Switch is back t...

 
 




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