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New Games Coming to Nintendo Switch eShop

The Nintendo Switch is burning up the sales charts lately, and Nintendo, along with key third parties, are working hard to keep new games coming. The games listed are not all of the games coming out for the platform – just the ones coming to the Switch eShop digital service.

Kickstarter: Justice Beaver for Super Nintendo Will Hit Kickstarter Soon

New games for the Super Nintendo are kind of rare, unlike the Sega Dreamcast and the Neo Geo which seem to never have realized they were discontinued.  Some developers are holding true though and releasing new Super Nintendo titles such as Collectorvision.  Their upcoming title, Justice Beaver, has just been announced to be headed to […]

Ufouria: This is what the Virtual Console is all about

Usually I get disappointed when I read about the newest Nintendo downloads every Thursday.  This past Thursday seemed like just another lame week of no-name downloads when I first read about them.  After doing a bit more research, I see that this is not just another download week.  Nintendo put up a game that was […]

Review: Gunman Clive for Nintendo 3DS eShop

Run and gun shooters have always been a favorite genre of mine.  Mega Man on the NES is one that really hooked me on gaming in general.  So, when something is compared to that 8-bit classic, I tend to take notice.  Gunman Clive on the Nintendo eShop is a game that draws comparisons to Capcom’s […]

Shovel Knight and Castlevania 3: Dracula’s Curse out tomorrow on Nintendo eshop

Most weeks are pretty bland when it comes to the Nintendo eShop new releases.  Not this week, though!  Yacht Club Games’ long awaited Shovel Knight will be available tomorrow, June 26, 2014.  Personally, I can not wait to play this game.  It has been described as a Mega Man/Castlevania/Ninja Gaiden like game, with a dash […]

Sega Genesis Classics Hitting the U.K. Nintendo eShop

Sega is one of those companies that is willing to keep their classics alive and available on newer hardware, while most gamers wish they would re-release certain classics that don’t get very much love.  Coming this week are some classic Genesis titles that are hitting the United Kingdom’s Nintendo eShop for gamers to enjoy.


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