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Nintendo Switch Getting More 3DS Games

Nintendo will bring more 3DS games from popular franchises to showcase growing appeal of Nintendo Switch Lite. Back in September, Japanese video game company Nintendo launched Nintendo Switch Lite as a revision for Nintendo Switch console that is focused on handheld gaming and sold over 2 million units within 10 days of release. Seeing this amazing response from consumers, Nintendo has decided to bring more franchise of games from Nintendo 3DS platform to their latest portable-only system to increase its overall appeal to a wider group of audience. Nintendo Switch Getting More 3DS Games RELATED: Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers Release Date This comes as great news for Switch Lite and regular Switch owners since they both share a same software library. Whatever runs on Lite also works on original Switch and therefore, all players gets to play more titles on the system. Apparently, more of Switch Lite consoles were sold in U.S. compared to units shipped

Pokémon Sword and Shield Won't Reuse Models from 3DS Games

Game Freak confirms that all models for upcoming Pokémon Sword and Shield were remade from scratch. A decision made by developer Game Freak to limit Pokedex for their upcoming role-playing game Pokémon Sword and Shield was revealed during Nintendo 's live presentation at E3 2019 , which proved to be an unpopular idea among fans. However, a new rumor came to light afterwards that they are possibly reusing models from latest Nintendo 3DS games but that wild theory has been debunked in a recent Famitsu interview by Junichi Masuda and Shigeru Ohmori of Game Freak . Pokémon Sword and Shield Won't Reuse Models from 3DS Games RELATED: Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Remake Release Date Even though it was quite difficult for the studio to import a full Pokédex numbering more than 800 for Pokémon Sun and Moon , they managed to do it. Now that number has reached over 1,000 and a decision had to be made sooner or later. Even though improved graphics and visual o

Reggie Fils-Aimé is Retiring from Nintendo of America

Reggie Fils-Aimé  of Nintendo America to retire soon this year as Doug Bowser is named the new President. Known for his charismatic personality and beloved by fans, COO and President of Nintendo of America , Reggie Fils-Aimé has served the company for 15 years now and his enthusiastic presence on the spotlight has made everyone a fan. However, he has publicly announced of his retirement from the company and position recently after a decade and a half long career. On April 15, 2019, Reggie will step down from his respective spot as he officially makes his departure. Reggie Fils-Aimé is Retiring from Nintendo of America RELATED: Nintendo Direct February 2019 In a heartfelt video posted on official Twitter account of Nintendo America , Reggie directly addresses all fans to announce his retirement. Nintendo fans, Reggie has a message for all of you. Please take a look. — Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 21, 2019 RELATED: Mari

Nintendo Selects Adds More Mario and Zelda Titles

Three new classic titles from popular Nintendo franchise will be added to the Nintendo Selects label of budget range. Just like many other popular video game companies, Nintendo promotes some of their best-selling games under the label Nintendo Selects , which offer players some of their older titles within a budget range and that is only $19.99 each. In a recent official announcement, they announced to add three new high-quality Nintendo 3DS games to their current collection of games starting from February 4, 2019 for players to get access to and have some good time with them. Nintendo Selects Adds More Mario and Zelda Titles RELATED: Metroid Prime 4 Release Date Leaked Joining the catalog next month are ports of Star Fox 64 3D , Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS and The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D for the handheld consoles. The first one among the three actually a bit less-recent to be added to label compared to others. The game came out back in 2015 a

Humble Store Brings Nintendo Switch and 3DS Games

Select first-party Nintendo games for Nintendo Switch and 3DS Games are digitally available on Humble Store. Although the digital storefront of Humble Store generally sells video game titles and offers limited-time bundles for PC throughout redeem codes for Steam , they have rarely partnered with game developers of other platforms for such ventures. Joining with them now is major developer/publisher company Nintendo to offer chance to purchase some of the most recent titles released for players on Nintendo Switch and 3DS consoles aside from Amazon or their very own eShop. Humble Store Brings Nintendo Switch and 3DS Games RELATED: Nintendo Switch New Year Digital Sale After making an official announcement on Tweet about the development, Humble Store has made the news public for all. Exciting news! Nintendo Switch and 3DS games are now available on the Humble Store! 🍄⚔️🏁 Check it out: — Humble Bundle (@humble

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate Free Demo on Switch

Fans of Monster Hunter series gets to enjoy a free game demo of MHGU on Nintendo Switch prior to release. A little while ago, developer/publisher Capcom announced their decision of porting action role-playing game Monster Hunter Generations to Nintendo Switch as Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate . The game has already debuted for Japan last year and waiting for a worldwide release on August 28, 2018. Ahead of their scheduled release date on Nintendo next gen handheld console, a free demo will be available at eShop for all the eagerly waiting Switch owners from August 16th. Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate Free Demo on Switch RELATED: Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate for Nintendo Switch The title is not just a mere port of the 2015 Nintendo 3DS game Monster Hunter Generations but an expanded version, which is also enhanced with brand-new additional content that fans will appreciate. Apparently, when it was on the 3DS platform, there were 73 monsters rampaging

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate for Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch is getting online action RPG Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate later this summer from its way out of Japan. Originally, action role-playing game Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate from Capcom was released for Nintendo 3DS in 2016. There was an extended version of the game called Monster Hunter XX , which came out as a port for Nintendo Switch one year ago but it was released only for Japan. Now the publisher has finally decided to bring in the title worldwide this summer. The game is re-branded as Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate to make its way to Switch in North America and Europe. Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate for Nintendo Switch RELATED: Wolfenstein II Nintendo Switch Release Date Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate is coming for Nintendo 's next-gen console on August 28, 2018. After seeing immense success of this release, Capcom finally decided to release it for Western market and there will be some additional content with it when

Classic Sega Games Comes to Nintendo Switch

Retro game fans are in for a treat as Nintendo brings classic Sega titles  like Phantasy Star and Sonic the Hedgehog  to Switch later this year. Retro games have always their unique appeal to gamers and the urge to go back to nostalgia lane every once in a while is pretty irresistible for some of us. These days, every other game from few years back are getting remastered or ported to consoles and this will be a great time to bring some classic games back. So, Nintendo decided to bring in some classic Sega games for their latest console Nintendo Switch later sometime of this year. Classic Sega Games Comes to Nintendo Switch RELATED: THQ Brings Nickelodeon Games to Consoles Nintendo already has legendary games like Mario and Legend of Zelda franchise in their fold but instead, they are choosing to Sega games from pixelated era to their next gen console. Capcom and Square Enix previously released some of their best games for Switch and now Sega is just following thei

Super Smash Bros. Comes to Nintendo Switch

Back in February 2018, we talked about a rumor of a new title for Nintendo Switch , which probably is the new Super Smash Bros . Nintendo eventually put that rumor to rest by announcing bringing the game to Switch later sometime of this year in one of their latest presentation. Also, a teaser trailer was dropped to make the fans grasping for some air as they wait for the title in anticipation. Super Smash Bros. Comes to Nintendo Switch RELATED: Super Smash Bros. Game Rumored for Nintendo Switch! Witness the first official teaser trailer for crossover fighting game Super Smash Bros. announced by Nintendo for Switch on 2018. RELATED: Nintendo Direct Mini January 2018 The short length trailer opens up with a boy and girl from another successful Nintendo franchise Splatoon , engaging in a paint- shooting. As their battle become more intense, suddenly the world around them goes black and the girl looks around confused. A huge fiery Smash Bros. emblem is seen on the

Super Smash Bros. Game Rumored for Nintendo Switch!

Although there is no concrete evidence to back the news up and we better mark this as a rumor but apparently, Nintendo is working on a new title which might be a new Super Smash Bros. game. Most probably, the game will be a Nintendo Switch port of the fifth release of the series and one of the most popular; Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U (2014). Super Smash Bros. Game Rumored for Nintendo Switch! RELATED: PUBG Becomes Best-Selling Video Games Ever Emily Rogers have recently revealed this news on ResetEra forums and she stated that a new Super Smash Bros. game is going to be announced soon and then it is coming this year. This particular game can either be a “full sequel“ or a “half-sequel“ . It can also be a “deluxe definitive edition port” for all we know for now and it is headed to Nintendo Switch . Alongside the already existing content, the game will feature some re-worked and new ones too. RELATED: Nintendo Direct Mini January 2018 Even though i

Nintendo Direct Mini January 2018

To kick-start 2018 with a bang, Nintendo released a Nintendo Direct Mini video with announcement for many of their upcoming titles. Japanese video game company  Nintendo have launched their newest handheld console Nintendo Switch in 2017 and have done pretty well in the gaming market with many of their newly released titles every now and then from last year. Also, Switch was literally one of their biggest successes last year since it has been sold 4.8 million units within the first ten months of its release till date. So, they have planned that they will make it larger in 2018 and posted a cryptic  Tweet yesterday. Nintendo Direct Mini January 2018 RELATED: Payday 2 Nintendo Switch Release Date The internet always picks up clues from teasing Tweet from various sources and fans determined that Nintendo has something to reveal very soon. Without any prior warning, Nintendo Direct mini hit us like a storm and gave us loads of info on upcoming games. Now, this announcem