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  1. Cuphead is Coming to Nintendo Switch in April

    Cuphead, one of Microsoft’s most critically acclaimed Xbox exclusives, is coming to Nintendo Switch on April 18. The release date was announced Wednesday during Nintendo’s Nindies Showcase, which focused on independent games coming to Switch.
  2. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Switch DLC Is Out Now; Here's What You Get

    Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker's first DLC pack is out now on Nintendo Switch. The add-on contains five new courses and "18 new challenges," including some for existing courses. The Special Episode, as it's called, costs $6 / £5.39, and each of its five stages is playable in single player or in two-player co-op.
  3. March's Free NES Games For Nintendo Switch Online

    Nintendo has announced the free NES games being added to the library of freebies on Nintendo Switch for people who subscribe to the system's Nintendo Switch Online membership. Available starting March 13 will be two titles: Kid Icarus and StarTropics.
  4. Pokemon Sword And Shield: Release Window, Starters, Trailer

    Previously at E3 2017, CEO of The Pokémon Company Tsunekazu Ishihara announced the development of the next set of mainline games for Nintendo Switch. We've heard little about the project in the years since--until now. Nintendo finally lifted the veil over the highly anticipated games during a recent Direct presentation.
  5. Nintendo eShop Brings Deltarune, Ice Climbers To Switch

    Nintendo Switch owners enter the world of Deltarune — the spinoff-sequel from the creator of Undertale — for free today as part of this week’s eShop update. Chapter one of Deltarune, which first hit PC last October, will be available on Friday, March 1.
  6. Pokemon Sword And Pokemon Shield Revealed For Nintendo Switch

    Nintendo has finally revealed its upcoming Pokemon games for Nintendo Switch. Named Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield, the games will be released in "late 2019."
  7. Dragon Quest 11 For Nintendo Switch Releases This Year

    Nintendo Switch is getting last year's critically acclaimed Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age. Announced during Nintendo's Direct presentation, this version of the game is being touted as the "definitive version." Though, its official title is Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition
  8. Nintendo eShop Update Brings Yo-Kai Watch 3

    On Nintendo Switch, players will get access to side-scrolling fairy tale adventure The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince, cyberpunk detective thriller Observer, and feel-good first-person shooter Away: Journey to the Unexpected.
  9. Nintendo Eshop Update Delivers Double The Mario Bros.

    The Nintendo Switch eShop is back in full swing this week with a fresh batch of new (but also not so new) games for the Switch, including New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe and Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition. Both games come to Switch on Jan. 11.
  10. Dragon Quest 11 Coming To Nintendo Switch In 2019

    Dragon Quest 11: Echoes of an Elusive Age is coming to Nintendo Switch next year, in Japan at least. At this weekend’s Jump Festa event in Japan, Square Enix released the first teaser trailer for Dragon Quest 11 S for Switch, showing off Japanese-language voice-overs for the game.
  11. Nintendo Switch Adds Three More NES Games

    One of the benefits you get for subscribing to the Nintendo Switch Online service is access to a growing library of classic NES games. Nintendo has been rolling out new titles for the service every month since it launched this past September, and now the company has confirmed that another batch of titles is scheduled to arrive next week.
  12. Surprise! Football Manager 2019 Is Out Now On Nintendo Switch

    Football Manager 2019 Touch is available now on Nintendo Switch, publisher Sega has announced. Football fans around the world--except in the US--can get their hands on the Switch version of this year's management sim now, but American players will need to wait until December 6. No reason was given for the region-specific delay.
  13. New Nintendo Switch System Update 6.2 Out Now, Here's What It Does

    Nintendo has released a new update for the Switch, although it doesn't appear to change a whole lot. Update 6.2.0's patch notes simply state the new version includes "general system stability improvements to enhance the user's experience."
  14. Diablo 3 Switch update changes its menu icon

    Blizzard released a software update for the Nintendo Switch version of Diablo 3: Eternal Collection that fixes yadda yadda yadda and updates the game’s menu icon, which is of great significance to many Switch owners. People care about how their Switch home menus look, and many Nintendo fans tell developers loud and clear that their menu icons aren’t always up to snuff. So the developers change them.
  15. Nintendo Switch Adds Three More NES Games Next Week

    Along with online play and cloud saves, the Nintendo Switch Online service gives subscribers access to a library of classic NES games, which Nintendo plans to regularly expand with more titles each month. October's update brought NES Open, Super Dodge Ball, and Solomon's Key to the service, and now another batch of NES games is set to arrive next week.