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  1. This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch Luigi’s Mansion 3 – When Luigi arrives at the towering Last Resort hotel, Mario and friends wind up missing. It’s up to our unlikely hero to conquer his fears and save the day. Try out the new Poltergust G-00 to slam, vacuum and blow away any ghosts that dare get in the way. Join forces with Gooigi to overcome the puzzling contraptions and mischievous boss on each themed floor. Whether you play with friends* in madcap mini-games in the ScareScraper and ScreamPark, or simply wan
  2. This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch Resident Evil 5 – One of the most popular Resident Evil games can now be played on the go. Resident Evil 5 features Chris Redfield and his partner Sheva Alomar, as they venture to the heart of Africa to investigate an outbreak. Featuring single-player and co-op* modes, this fully-loaded release includes all previously released DLC (Lost in Nightmares and Desperate Escape story expansions, Versus mode, extra figures and four costumes), No Mercy mode, as well as the additional mo
  3. Microsoft's unprecedented partnership with Nintendo recently has given Nintendo fans access to some outstanding games, not least of which is the 2017 critical and commercial darling, Cuphead. With classic run and gun gameplay, punishingly difficult boss fights, and a visual style inspired by 1930s cartoons, Cuphead is easily one of the most uniquely charming, challenging, and creative games released in the last few years. The game's opening cutscene sets the stage: Cuphead and his brother Mugman were on a hot win streak at the Devil's Casino, until the Devil offered them one last rol
  4. Originally released to widespread acclaim on the PS4 and PC back in 2017, Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice seems like an awfully unlikely candidate for a Switch port. For one thing, its dark subject matter—including a realistic portrayal of psychosis—doesn't quite seem on-brand for Nintendo, though to be fair the big N has branched out on its genre focus quite a lot over the last few years. Perhaps more importantly though, Hellblade is a bit of a technical marvel, boasting detailed motion-captured animation and a unique audio style to truly make the experience immersive. The Switch may not be up t
  5. Originally released in 1993 as the first Zelda game on a handheld, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening had some big shoes to fill. Just two years prior A Link to the Past was released on the SNES and brought some significant upgrades to Zelda's adventure formula, and now Link's Awakening tried to recreate that magic on the Game Boy's modest hardware while still establishing its own distinct sense of style. As most Zelda fans will attest to, the game was a complete success in that regard. Link's Awakening has stood the test of time as one of Link's most charming adventures, and this Switch re
  6. With the release of Anthill on the Switch, Image & Form has nearly completed their invasion of Nintendo's hybrid console—only SteamWorld Tower Defense is not available on the Switch! But back to Anthill: this trail-blazing insect adventure, now published under the Thunderful banner, was originally released for smartphones back in 2011. As you might expect, the gameplay is based around touch screen controls, which is why Anthill on the Switch is playable only in handheld mode. Don't worry though: the touch controls and simple, addictive nature of the game make Anthill a delightful handheld
  7. This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch Return of the Obra Dinn – In 1802, the merchant ship Obra Dinn set out for the Orient with over 200 tons of trade goods. It never arrived. After five long years lost at sea, the missing ship has drifted back into the port at Falmouth with damaged sails and no visible crew. Your mission: dispatch immediately, find means to board the ship and discover what went wrong. This critically acclaimed first-person adventure, from the creator of the indie hit Papers, Please, features evoc
  8. Game Freak continues to branch out from its familiar Pokémon territory with a brand new RPG, Little Town Hero. Rather than catching monsters here you're fighting them, but instead of traditional battle mechanics Little Town Hero uses a unique system that relies heavily on strategy and coping with enemy attacks—as well as coping with luck of the draw. It's a quirky battle system, and one that proves plenty addictive for anyone that enjoys the challenge of crunching numbers and planning out actions thoughtfully. You play as Axe, a young boy who lives in an isolated village and dreams o
  9. Despite a twenty year legacy, I had somehow managed to go all these years without ever having played a Spryo game. Granted, the original trilogy was on the PlayStation and at the time I was strictly a Nintendo man, but it's still curious, looking back on it, that I never got around to trying any of Spyro's adventures that did land on Nintendo systems. Perhaps its fitting then that my first introduction to the purple dragon's platforming adventures is with the Spyro Reignited Trilogy, a remastering of the three original Spyro games that appeared on the PlayStation between 1998 and 2000. This ma
  10. This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition – You are Geralt of Rivia, mercenary monster slayer. At your disposal is every tool of the trade: razor-sharp swords, lethal mixtures, stealthy crossbows and powerful combat magic. Before you stands a war-torn, monster-infested continent you can explore at will. Your current contract? Tracking down the Child of Prophecy, a living weapon that can alter the shape of the world. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition will be availabl
  11. Yomawari: The Long Night Collection brings together two creepy horror games in the tradition of Japanese ghost stories. Both games feature young girls that must navigate towns full of dangerous spirits, armed with little more than a flashlight and an ability to run and hide. Despite a promising grasp of horror game conventions and eerie Japanese ghost designs, neither game ever truly captures an engaging sense of survival tension. The first game, Night Alone, features a young girl whose dog goes missing in the night. Her older sister goes out to find it, but when the sister doesn't r
  12. This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair – Yooka & Laylee are back in a new platform hybrid adventure! They must run, jump and roll their way through a series of challenging 2D levels, face a puzzling Overworld and rally the Royal Bee-tallion to take down Capital B and his Impossible Lair. The Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair game will be available on Oct. 8. Neo Cab – Stay human in a world overcome by automation. Play as Lina, one of the last human drivers-for-
  13. I was intrigued by this game from the Nintendo Direct. A very beautiful game from what I have played so far. It had a very slow start to get going, but it has picked up. The main character is very nimble for moving through areas. Which has been a bit of adjustment from slower characters like Link in Links Awakening. Who else is getting this?
  14. Nintendo continues to expand the Switch library into every genre they can, this time dipping a toe into the world of mechs with Daemon X Machina. Fast, frantic aerial mech combat with plenty of customization options feels like a must for the genre, but even if Daemon X Machina manages to nail that sense of action, it can't shake a sense of tedious repetition from its gameplay. Daemon X Machina takes place on a devastated Earth, where a chunk of the moon has crashed into the planet, causing not only destruction but somehow sparking all of the Earth's artificial intelligences to rebel
  15. A new Brain Age game has been announced for Japan and will come with a stylus.... Frist off...Why the hell didn't they release that stylus with Super Mario Maker 2? It sure would have been useful having it included with the game. Anyway...Nice to see they're using all of the Switch's features here like the IR camera and being able to pop off the Joy-Con for 2 player brain games. Though, I'll most likely pass when it comes stateside (I'd sure love to have that stylus, though. Especially, since NA didn't get that SMM2 stylus as pre-order bonus, like the rest of the world). I have the
  16. This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch DRAGON QUEST XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition – You are the Luminary, the hunted hero who will protect the land from destruction, in the latest RPG from the iconic DRAGON QUEST series. With a ragtag band of adventurers, you’ll engage in well-balanced, turn-based battles and embark on quests across the kingdom of Erdrea. Forge gear, develop party members’ skills and alter their outfits without changing gear in this edition of the game. This version also lets y
  17. When revivals of old IPs are all the rage, clearly some creative executives are scrapping the bottom of the barrel for anything 90s to repackage and sell to modern audiences. Cue Bubsy the bobcat, an anthropomorphic platformer mascot in the vein of Sonic the Hedgehog who first burst onto the scene with a couple of decently received games in the early-to-mid 90s before quickly spiraling into obscurity thanks to one underwhelming sequel after another. After an unexpected revival in 2017 though, he's back once again, this time in an auto-runner developed by masters of the genre Choice Provisions.
  18. This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening – As Link, you awaken in a strange land away from Hyrule, where animals talk and monsters roam. To uncover the truth behind your whereabouts and rouse the legendary Wind Fish, explore Koholint Island and all its trap-ridden dungeons, reimagined in stunning detail for this new release of one of the most beloved games in the Legend of Zelda series. Along the way, you’ll meet a hilarious assortment of charming characters to which you’ll never
  19. Multiple indie game devs have came out and said they've had to have massive sales on their games just to get them noticed and have any kind of success... Yeah, I've noticed this happening more and more often recently. This is ridiculous! Indie devs shouldn't have to make their $10+ game less than a dollar just to get them noticed from being on the best sellers and sales lists. First of all Nintendo needs to do a complete overhaul on the Switch eShop and second of all, they need to do QA like i the past (Why did you stop doing this on Switch, Nintendo?). There are so many games
  20. I'm making this topic to archive the Tournament videos and Highlights I've accumulated throughout the years. It'll start with the playlist of the Tournament Highlights from the original Mario Kart 8 followed by the current Deluxe Tournaments/Battles/Streams. A look down memory lane! *Features the latest Tournament* *Not much of a playlist for this one* *Stream playlist of saved and upcoming* ^I also stream this on my Twitch channel Depending on how things go in the future I might s
  21. Who would've thought we'd be here, nearly 25 years after its original release, and Seiken Densetsu 3—now called Trials of Mana—has seen an official release outside of Japan. Not only that, but it gets bundled together with its two predecessors, Final Fantasy Adventure and Secret of Mana, two of the best RPGs on the Game Boy and Super Nintendo, respectively. There have been some unexpected revivals of old Japan-only games over the years but this one certainly ranks up there as one of the most welcome surprises (*cough* now we're just waiting for Mother 3 *cough*). But whether you're focused on
  22. UPDATE: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have no clue what the hell this could be. At first I though the sequel to Wii Fit series, but then they showed different cities from around the world. 🤔
  23. UPDATE: ------------------------------------------------------------------------ So, Amazon had up a listing for an offical Overwatch themed Nintendo Switch carrying case, but quickly removed it. Why would they release an Overwatch case for Switch if it isn't coming to Switch? Hmm...? I'm pretty sure this confirms that the game is indeed coming to Switch. I guess we'll here about it in the next ND. Speculation has people to believe that there's going to be one in September.
  24. This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch DAEMON X MACHINA – In this new action game from Kenichiro Tsukuda (Armored Core) and mech designer Shoji Kawamori, your environment is your ally. Collect and use Femto Energy on the field to boost your stats and create powerful mirages, or wield objects like cars and street signs as melee weapons and projectiles. For even more power, upgrade your physical combat abilities and learn new skills through body modification. It’ll also come in handy when you eject from your Arsenal a
  25. Makes me wonder if Nintendo is really considering releasing a proper VR headset for Switch. Though, this thing better include a head strap, because no wants to play holding the Switch up their face. Sure it was alright for the Labo headset, but still people made their own head straps for it. I actually kind of hope they release a proper VR head set for Switch, because Metroid Prime 4/Trilogy in VR...OMG! PLEASE, NINTENDO!!!
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