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Nintendo details PAX South Switch game lineup

Author: Jason Ganos
Categories: News, Switch

Nintendo of America has detailed its plans for PAX South, which runs January 27th through the 29th at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas. On top of attendees getting their hands on the Switch over a month before the system’s release, the following titles will also…

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Octopath Traveler sells out again in Japan

Author: Logan Plant
Categories: News, Switch

Octopath Traveler continues to sell like hot cakes all around the world. In Japan, the second shipment of copies sold out in a matter of hours. Square Enix issued yet another apology regarding the game’s availability. It’s clear that the company underestimated demand for the game everywhere, as it’s also…

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eShop Update: Week of 8/10/17 (North America)

Categories: 3DS, Retro, Switch, Wii U

This week in the Nintendo eShop: Sonic takes us back to the future, Phantom Trigger delights with its pretty pixels, and the Galactic Federation retires from hunting Space Pirates to paint things with their butts. Switch sales continue to trickle in this week with the ever Graceful Explosion Machine marked…

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Luigi’s Mansion 3 parodies Virtual Boy with Game Boy Horror, Dual Scream successor

Categories: News, Switch

Upcoming Nintendo Switch title Luigi’s Mansion 3 features a parody of Nintendo’s failed mid-’90s VR console, the Virtual Boy. The “Virtual Boo,” which replaces the “Game Boy Horror” and “Dual Scream” devices of Luigi’s Mansion and Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, allows the player to communicate directly with character Professor E….

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The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening sells big in Japan

Author: Logan Plant
Categories: News, Switch

Link’s Awakening has already seen great commercial success, and more positive numbers just keep coming in. Dengeki reported that in Japan, Link’s Awakening has sold about 140,000 copies, which is 60% of the game’s initial shipment. Historically, Zelda games aren’t as popular in Japan compared to other territories, so it’s…

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