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Switch rewards for My Nintendo are finally arriving next month

Switch rewards for My Nintendo are finally arriving next month

Way back in March 2016, Nintendo launched a new loyalty program called My Nintendo, which replaced outgoing loyalty program Club Nintendo. With My Nintendo, players can earn coins for unlocking certain achievements and purchasing games from the eShop. Those coins can then be redeemed for a number of different things, whether its a wallpaper for your PC, in-app items for Nintendo's various mobile titles, or discounts on digital games.

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This Nintendo Switch deal kickstarts your game collection

This Nintendo Switch deal kickstarts your game collection

Generally speaking, you're probably not going to see official discounts on the Switch coming from Nintendo. It's still far too early in the Switch's life cycle for Nintendo to want to put the Switch on sale, but that doesn't mean individual retailers can't drop the price on the console every once in a while. Today, we're seeing Newegg do just that.

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Black Ops 4 is reportedly Call of Duty’s 2018 game

Black Ops 4 is reportedly Call of Duty’s 2018 game

As we make our through winter and slowly toward spring, one thing that a lot gamers look forward to is the reveal of the next Call of Duty game. Activision tends to reveal new Call of Duty titles in the spring and then spend the next several months building anticipation for their release, so we should be finding out about 2018's installment relatively soon. However, we may not need to wait on Activision, as new reports are claiming what 2018's Call of Duty game will be.

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Nintendo’s Super Mario Odyssey Q&A got weird, quick

Nintendo’s Super Mario Odyssey Q&A got weird, quick

There's no question that Super Mario Odyssey was one of the biggest games of 2017, and such a widely-played game is sure to inspire some burning, poignant questions among its player base. Nintendo has decided that it is time these questions get answers. In a new video, Super Mario Odyssey producer Yoshiaki Koizumi, a man who was seen heavily promoting the game in the lead up to its launch, sits down to field queries from fans and give us all of the important details as someone in the know.

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Crash Bandicoot revival rumored for Switch and PC

Crash Bandicoot revival rumored for Switch and PC

2017 brought the return of a name we hadn't seen in a long time: Crash Bandicoot. After 7 years of silence from the once-popular franchise, Activision revived the original mainline series on PlayStation 4 with the release of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. This remastered the first three games in the franchise for the modern era, but today we're learning that there might be more on deck for old Crash.

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Nintendo Switch eShop gets some indie gems today

Nintendo Switch eShop gets some indie gems today

It's Thursday, and by now Switch and 3DS owners should know what that means: a fresh batch of games is arriving on the eShop. Just the same as in recent weeks, the Switch is getting most of the attention this week, with a few indie gems hitting the eShop today. That doesn't necessarily mean that 3DS players are missing out entirely, and we even see the Wii U getting some love this week as well.

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Nintendo Switch Online launch date finally confirmed

Nintendo Switch Online launch date finally confirmed

The Nintendo Switch has been enjoying unprecedented, at least for Nintendo, success, both in sales numbers and in reviews, pulling the Japanese gaming giant out if its prophesied demise. But while the multi-form handheld gaming console has been nearly perfect for many, it is actually still missing one very important part. The Switch Online Service is still nowhere to be seen but now Nintendo of America is confirming that it is finally coming later this year.

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Nintendo Switch has already outsold the Wii U

Nintendo Switch has already outsold the Wii U

When the Nintendo Switch first arrived, it felt like a breath of fresh air for a company that had lost its way after the immense success of the Wii. Players were optimistic that Nintendo was heading in the right direction, but still a little bit apprehensive after the failure that was the Wii U. Then, as the Switch started to become more and more popular, that mentality shifted to one of excitement, as it began to look like Nintendo had something special on its hands.

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Nintendo Switch and 3DS are getting these big eShop games

Nintendo Switch and 3DS are getting these big eShop games

It's Thursday, so that means it's time for the next batch of Switch and 3DS games on the Nintendo eShop. Last week saw a bunch of games launch for the Switch, with the indie darling Darkest Dungeon soaking up much of the attention for itself. This week, however, is arguably just as big, and that's true for both Switch and 3DS owners.

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Nintendo Switch is about to get a games explosion

Nintendo Switch is about to get a games explosion

It's that time of year again, with the Game Developers Conference sharing its State of the Industry survey for 2018. This survey examines the games industry from many different angles, but this year, there was a fair amount of focus on the Switch. According to this survey, it seems a decent percentage of developers are looking at the Switch as a viable platform for their games.

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Monster Hunter: World snubs Switch – here’s why

Monster Hunter: World snubs Switch – here’s why

Monster Hunter: World is the first big game of 2018, and there's a lot of excitement behind it because it's the first Monster Hunter game in recent memory to launch for something other than the Nintendo 3DS. Monster Hunter: World will be launching on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in just a few days, with a PC release to follow later (much later) this year. Eagle-eyed readers might notice one major platform missing from that list: Nintendo Switch.

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Nintendo Switch goes big with a bunch of new eShop games today

Nintendo Switch goes big with a bunch of new eShop games today

If you own a Nintendo Switch and you have found you've run out of things to play, then we've got some good news for you. The Nintendo Switch eShop adds an impressive 16 titles over the next week, ramping things up significantly after a rather quiet start to the year. Many of these titles are going live today, while the rest are launching tomorrow and next week.

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