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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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."
  6. 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.
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    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.
  8. Civilization VI is Coming to Nintendo Switch

    Historical turn-based strategy game Sid Meier’s Civilization 6 is coming to Nintendo Switch on Nov. 16, publisher 2K and Firaxis Games revealed today.
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    Bethesda showed off the first Doom Eternal gameplay footage during the QuakeCon 2018 keynote. It's as fast, frantic, and gory as you'd expect if you've played the game's 2016 predecessor. What the publisher didn't mention onstage but the official Doom Twitter account tweeted shortly after the presentation is that Doom Eternal is also coming to Nintendo Switch.
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    Nintendo Switch Paid Online Membership Launches Next Month

    We already knew that the Nintendo Switch paid online membership program will launch in September, but now we have an even more specific window for when to expect it. Nintendo has announced that it will launch in the "second half" of September.
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    Steep, the skiing and snowboarding video game that launched for PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One at the end of 2016, is no longer coming to Nintendo Switch.
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    Nintendo will broadcast a new Nintendo Direct presentation on Wednesday, Aug. 8, at 7 a.m. PT/10 a.m. ET, the company announced today on Twitter. The presentation will focus on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and will feature new information on the game from director Masahiro Sakurai.
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    Bandai Namco has shared some more details about its upcoming open beta for the Nintendo Switch version of Dragon Ball FighterZ. The beta kicks off next weekend and will give Switch owners their first chance to try the acclaimed Dragon Ball fighting game before it launches on the platform this September.
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    A bunch of new games are now available for Nintendo Switch. This week brings a total of 19 titles to Nintendo's hybrid console, along with a new batch of DLC for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and the second major update for Kirby Star Allies.
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    Arc System Works’ Dragon Ball FighterZ is making its way to the Nintendo Switch this fall, and today, Bandai Namco announced on Twitter that an open beta test for the game will begin in August. New multiplayer features, including two-versus-two, one-versus-one, and offline six-member party match modes will be available upon the official Switch release on Sep. 28.