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Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Spooky times ahead

Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Spooky times ahead

Nintendo has detailed a new batch of games heading to the eShop over the next week, and it seems we've got a fairly packed release schedule on our hands. This week, however, the big releases aren't all reserved for the Switch. Though it's been mostly silent on the 3DS front over the past few weeks, this week the little handheld is arguably getting the biggest release.

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Here’s how to get Zeraora in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

Here’s how to get Zeraora in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

The mainline Pokemon franchise is preparing a major jump to the Nintendo Switch next year, but before it does, Nintendo has one last hurrah planned for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon on the 3DS. Earlier this year, Nintendo revealed the newest mythical Pokemon, Zeraora, before going silent for a number of months on when it might be released. Today, the company broke that silence, announcing a new distribution event that will let Pokemon players across the US add Zeraora to their rosters.

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Nintendo Direct September 2018 forgets Final Fantasy VIII existed

Nintendo Direct September 2018 forgets Final Fantasy VIII existed

Nintendo has finally delivered this month’s Direct stream, delayed last week due to a massive earthquake that hit northern Japan, and, as expected, it’s chock full of announcements and teasers. As expected, the Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition that landed on consoles last week is also here. But even better, Nintendo revealed a whole bunch of “classic” Final Fantasy titles coming to the Nintendo Switch. All except everyone’s favorite Final Fantasy Love Story.

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Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Indie mania

Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Indie mania

We find ourselves at yet another Thursday, which means that Nintendo has detailed the next batch of games hitting the eShop over the coming week. This time around, the focus is pretty much entirely on indie games, which is precisely what we'd expect after all of the marketing Nintendo has done on behalf of some of those indie titles recently. There are some much-loved games coming to Switch this week, so if you missed them on other platforms, now is a good chance to check them out.

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Today’s Nintendo Direct has been delayed

Today’s Nintendo Direct has been delayed

Yesterday, Nintendo announced that a new Nintendo Direct broadcast centered around upcoming games for the 3DS and Switch. The original plan was to premiere the Direct today, September 6, at 3 PM Pacific/6 PM Eastern. Unfortunately, Nintendo has decided to delay the debut of this Direct due to a earthquake that hit Hokkaido, Japan last night.

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Another Nintendo Direct, this time for Switch and 3DS, is coming tomorrow

Another Nintendo Direct, this time for Switch and 3DS, is coming tomorrow

Nintendo has been going hard lately. Shortly before Gamescom, the company debuted a new video highlighting a number of indie games coming to Switch, then a week later, it hosted an Nindies Showcase for summer 2018 to show off even more indie games. As if that weren't enough, the company last week premiered a Nintendo Direct dedicated entirely to its new mobile game, Dragalia Lost, and now another Nintendo Direct has been scheduled for this week. Apparently, there's a lot to talk about in the world of Nintendo games.

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Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Mini-games and tactical battles

Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Mini-games and tactical battles

It's Thursday, which means it's time to learn about the Nintendo eShop releases for the week ahead. This week, Nintendo's primary focus is on Go Vacation and Banner Saga 3 for the Switch. As always, though, there are plenty of indie games landing on the eShop, including one beloved action RPG that has made quite a name for itself over the past decade.

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Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Mushroom men and epic adventures

Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: Mushroom men and epic adventures

After going through a bit of a quiet phase last week, the Nintendo eShop has some big-name debuts in store over the next few days. Of course, many Switch owners have been looking forward to one of them, Octopath Traveler, for quite some time. A year-and-a-half after Square Enix first revealed the game, Octopath Traveler is finally scheduled to launch on the Switch eShop tomorrow.

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Switch eShop update sees Pocket Rumble lead the way

Switch eShop update sees Pocket Rumble lead the way

It's time for yet another weekly update to the Nintendo eShop. While the past couple of weeks have been packed with some pretty big releases like Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and Mario Tennis Aces, this week is a little more quiet. That is, of course, unless you've been waiting for a particular game by the name of Pocket Rumble.

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These new Nintendo 2DS XL special editions come with bad news

These new Nintendo 2DS XL special editions come with bad news

Even though Nintendo didn't have much to say about the 3DS during E3 2018, the company presses on with its limited-edition handheld releases. Today, Nintendo revealed three new 2DS XL variants that are due to launch in Japan later this year. One is centered around Mario Kart 7, another carries an Animal Crossing theme, and the third taps into the ever-popular Minecraft.

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Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update has two huge releases

Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update has two huge releases

It's another big week for the Nintendo Switch eShop. The list of new launches is fairly short compared to previous weeks, but the lineup is still punctuated by some big names. Perhaps the biggest is Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, which is being ported over to the Switch about nine months after launching on other platforms.

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Nintendo 3DS was nowhere to be seen during E3 2018

Nintendo 3DS was nowhere to be seen during E3 2018

Nintendo has been going hard at E3 the past couple of years, kicking things off with a special Direct presentation the leads directly into three days of livestreams. These Treehouse livestreams, as Nintendo calls them, are day-long affairs, giving the company plenty of time to take deep dives into previously announced titles and even reveal a few new ones. Unfortunately, throughout Nintendo's entire E3 2018 presentation this year, the 3DS was really nowhere to be found.

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