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Nintendo Download: Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time

As we move into an uncertain fall for the Nintendo Switch (just announce the Mario re-releases already), we still have plenty of third-party games to get us by. The Nindies Showcase made sure to let us know the score, and for now, there's a...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Shaolin vs Wutang

It's an interesting week for the Nintendo Switch eShop, as a bunch of indies and fighting games are plopping down all at once. The more high-profile indies include Faeria, as well as Linn: Path of Orchards, which have already arrived on PC ...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Swimsanity

It's a wacky week for the Nintendo eShop, as we're getting with a "reasonable" 27-ish games debuting over the next several days: which is typically considered a light load when 30-40 games battle each other for sales. Swimsanity is pro...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Lost Wing

Nintendo warned us that things would be getting more low key later this year due to distribution and development issues due to the current global situation: and today is one of those days. There isn't much that's new on the eShop this week,...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Crysis Remastered

The time has finally come...to play Crysis again? Yep, in what is sure to be a very "curious buy release," Crysis is out and remastered on Switch today. Other marquee Switch games include Carrion, Dex and Ageless. Also, don't...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Paper Mario: The Origami King

The time has come for another huge first-party Nintendo release: a Mario one no less! Paper Mario: The Origami King is out this Friday, alongside of Neversong, Panzer Paladin and Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus. With Paper ...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2

After weeks of ports, the time has finally come yet again for the Switch to get some juicy fresh releases. Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 (review coming soon!) is one to look out for on July 10, as is the long-awaited console releas...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Catherine: Full Body

It's a port-filled week for the Switch, as Nintendo eyes mid-July for their big release: Paper Mario: The Origami King. The big port this week is easily Catherine: Full Body, which itself is a 2019 re-release of a 2011 game. Full Body ...

 
 
 
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Nintendo Download: Pokemon Cafe Mix

We've broken out of the port cycle and are back with your regularly scheduled original content Nintendo Download. While Pokemon Cafe Mix is arriving on mobile devices alongside of the Switch and Mr. Driller Drill Land is also debu...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Jump Rope Challenge

Does it feel like E3 week has come and gone? Not really, right? I mean we got the PS5 stream, but it's just not the same without a Nintendo Direct giving us that single piece of huge news that dominates the June conversation. Alas, there ar...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Summer in Mara

Following four weeks of huge/first-party releases in a row (Wonderful 101, Minecraft Dungeons, Xenoblade, Clubhouse Games), we're back to being low key this week on the eShop. Summer in Mara is easily the highlight this week (due on Ju...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Clubhouse Games

The Switch eShop is getting two of its most interesting games in weeks: a high-profile port of our own 2019 GOTY choice (The Outer Worlds) and a first-party game in Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics. It's a good duo, and we have f...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition

Even though the marquee Switch games this week are mostly ports, it's still a huge moment for the eShop. Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition is out, bringing the JRPG classic to its third platform in roughly a decade (following the Wii ...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Minecraft Dungeons

After a delay, Minecraft Dungeons is ready to hit Switch (and other platforms) on May 26. Other big Switch eShop releases this week include a port of What the Golf, as well as several SNES games (Wild Guns, Panel de Pon and Operation L...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: The Wonderful 101: Remastered

It's a monumental day for the eShop this week, as a Platinum classic returns: Wonderful 101 Remastered is back on a Nintendo platform on May 19 after many years of lying dormant on a legacy system. For reference, it's also available on...

 
 
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Gunman Clive HD Collection moseying onto PS4 later this month

Publisher FlyHigh Works and developer Horberg Productions have announced that Gunman Clive HD Collection will be coming to PS4 on May 22, bringing the charming adventure games to the Sony platform after their previous releases on PC, mobile...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Elder Scrolls: Blades

This week has a few surprises, like Huntdown finally making an appearance on May 12, alongside of another shock: Elder Scrolls: Blades (which seems to have been delayed slightly). Bethesda has been pretty mum about the latter for some time ...

 
 
 
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Nintendo Download: Streets of Rage 4

We're back! This is probably the most poppin' week since Animal Crossing: New Horizons arrived, as the eShop has several unique offerings, a port that was actually released at the same time as other platforms and not years later, and a...

 
 
 
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Nintendo Download: Trials of Mana

Trials of Mana may not be a Switch exclusive (it's also out on April 24 on PC and PS4), but it sure feels impactful as a Switch release, having come home to a Nintendo system after nearly 25 years since the SNES original debuted. Also out o...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope

Do not be alarmed! I know what you're thinking: a new Shovel Knight game? Well not exactly. Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope is a $15 version of the original release of Shovel Knight: the Kickstarter original before all three expansi...

 
 
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Nintendo Download: Gunbrick: Reloaded

We're entering yet another respite period for the Switch eShop this week. Depending on how tired you are of the constant cavalcade of 30-40 game release cadences, this could either be a boon or a burden. Even Nintendo is touting the Animal ...

 
 




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Just Aaron

Best boss fight in Nioh 2: Blue ice guy with the I can fight a boss a hundred times and not remember what their name That fight is like a dance and is probably my He`s like the best parts of a human fight mixed with the best of

 
SlimeyBearXXL979990

Played more of Unsighted and really impressed with the game dont really have much issues with time mechanic for everybody before they die soon is pretty on Gamepass to say liking this a bit more than Hyper Light Drifter

 
Parismio

TRAILS IN THE SKY CHAPTER 2! LETS GOOO!

 
hester2

I have once again started a fresh playthrough of Nioh I always dread the third boss (the snake Guess those days are behind Took it down in about a minute, never even got Goddamn I love this game

 
Neronium

Just finished watching Encanto with my Was a cute movie, really liked it a

 
Snaileb

Co workers, amirite?

 
Mamekuma

After 7 more hours of Dark Souls 2, I dunno if its worth continuing :/ It feels sluggish in the worst ways, cheap in its deaths and enemy placements, and it really is the worst DS game, easily

 
Sweaty Dungus

Boomerang X on Switch offers no way to invert gyro and stick independently and now my fucked up brain can’t process it, huge loss for the accessibility in gaming movement

 
Mamekuma

Duel Master is wonderful and packed with content and cards, but the turn times are a game Ive played maybe 10 hours total, and played 11ish Lrn 2 red and speed up the duel turn times

 
 

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