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Nintendo E3 sale for Switch, 3DS is a rare treat

Nintendo E3 sale for Switch, 3DS is a rare treat

Nintendo is traditionally seen as a slow-moving company, slow to change and slow to jump on new trends. The Nintendo Switch is probably the most radical move it made in years and now it's making yet another one. Nintendo is having a sale for digital Switch and 3DS games. Admittedly it's not a huge list with huge discounts but, considering how rare this happens, you might want to grab a title or two if you were planning on buying them anyway.

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Nintendo Switch eShop is serving up a ton of sushi this week

Nintendo Switch eShop is serving up a ton of sushi this week

One of the more interesting announcements to come out of Nintendo's 2017 E3 presentation was that of Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido. At first, the game was only announced for the 3DS, but in March of this year, a Nintendo Switch release was confirmed as well. We're quickly closing in on launch, as it's one of the games landing on the eShop this week.

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Switch eShop update is all about Pokemon and stick figures

Switch eShop update is all about Pokemon and stick figures

Nintendo is back this week with another batch of games its sending live on the eShop for Switch, 3DS, and Wii U. This week's round up includes a Pokemon game that was first revealed only a couple of days ago, along with a quirky indie title that has found a lot of success on Steam. There's also a demo for Mario Tennis Aces going live for the weekend, so get ready to spend some time with that as well.

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This week’s Switch eShop update has a little something for everyone

This week’s Switch eShop update has a little something for everyone

While last week's eShop update was pretty massive in terms of new addition, this week things are settling down a bit. There are still some exciting games coming to the eShop, but perhaps none that are quite as big as last week's Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition. Still, you'll probably be able to find something you're interested in, especially if you're a fan of fighting or shoot 'em up games.

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Dear Nintendo: Look at this DIY 3DS-like phone

Dear Nintendo: Look at this DIY 3DS-like phone

This Spring a developer by the name of Lexie Dostal hand-constructed an Android 3DS gaming phone. This device doesn't run 3DS games from Nintendo, but it does look a whole lot like a 3DS handheld gaming system. It actually uses some salvaged 3DS parts, as it were - but it runs an open hardware Android SBC called KitePhone.

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Nintendo Switch eShop has a huge week ahead of it

Nintendo Switch eShop has a huge week ahead of it

With the arrival of another Thursday comes a new batch of games for the Nintendo Switch eShop. In recent months, many of the weekly updates to the Switch eShop have been fairly tame, but this week's update definitely takes things to another level. There are a bunch of great games hitting the eShop this week, so let's dive into the Switch's new arrivals.

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Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze hits Switch in this week’s eShop update

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze hits Switch in this week’s eShop update

It's that time of week again, with Nintendo announcing the lineup of games scheduled to hit the eShop over the next week. While many of 2018's eShop updates have been headlined by popular indie games, that isn't the case this week. Instead, we've got a new Nintendo-crafted game leading the pack, kicking off a string of first-party Switch releases over the next couple of months.

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Zeraora, Pokemon’s newest mythical monster, arrives later this year

Zeraora, Pokemon’s newest mythical monster, arrives later this year

The Pokemon roster is getting another mythical creature later this year. Today, The Pokemon Company released a trailer for the franchise's 21st movie (yes, there have been that many), which gives us the briefest of glimpse at this new Pocket Monster. This electric Pokemon goes by the name of Zeraora, and as you'd imagine, details on it are fairly slim at the moment.

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Toki Tori leads the way in this week’s Switch eShop update

Toki Tori leads the way in this week’s Switch eShop update

While we wait on some of those exciting indie games for Switch that Nintendo revealed earlier this month, we still have the weekly eShop update to look forward to. Just as it does every Thursday, today Nintendo detailed the various games that will be landing on the eShop over the course of the next week. As expected, the Switch is getting most of the week's new releases, but there's a little something for 3DS and Wii U owners launching as well.

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Detective Pikachu, Outlast 2 hit Nintendo eShop this week

Detective Pikachu, Outlast 2 hit Nintendo eShop this week

Today is a big day for the Nintendo eShop, but not for the reasons you might initially expect. While we're used to seeing the Switch get a lot of love in each week's eShop update, this week it's arguably the 3DS that's getting the bigger releases. That's all thanks to a famous electric rodent who's not only starring in his own game, but also gaining a voice.

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Nintendo Direct: Super Smash Bros on Switch, WarioWare, Splatoon 2 DLC

Nintendo Direct: Super Smash Bros on Switch, WarioWare, Splatoon 2 DLC

Nintendo just finished its second Direct presentation of the year and suffice it to say, fans have a lot to look forward to across all the company’s gaming devices. Except for the Wii U. The Nintendo Switch and the Nintendo 3DS are the stars of the show, with both new games and ports of popular ones. The new titles still coming exclusively to the 3DS reaffirms Nintendo’s commitment to what some presumed would be left by the wayside in the Switch’s wake.

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Nintendo Switch eShop has an indie-heavy week ahead of it

Nintendo Switch eShop has an indie-heavy week ahead of it

Tonight's Nintendo Direct will probably preview a number of big name titles from Nintendo and its third-party partners, but right now it's time to focus on some new indie games. Another Thursday has arrived, which means it's time for Nintendo to detail the games that will be heading to the Switch eShop over the course of the next week. While many weeks in 2018 have provided some big ports of well-known titles, that isn't the case with this week.

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