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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...
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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.

    New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe includes the Wii U platformer and its New Super Luigi U follow-up along with new content: Toadette and Nabbit are now playable characters. It’s one of the first great games of 2019, we said in our review of New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.

    The Definitive Edition of Tales of Vesperia brings updated HD graphics, new music tracks, mini-games, bosses and unreleased costume content to Bandai Namco’s decade-old role-playing game.

    Beyond the Switch eShop, another Mario Bros. classic, Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story, makes the leap from Nintendo DS to Nintendo 3DS this week. Nintendo’s re-release of the 2009 game includes a new chapter, Bowser Jr.’s Journey, as part of its updated content.

    The rest of this week’s eShop update, which includes the Switch version of stirring migrant journey Bury Me, My Love, Capcom’s re-release of the original Onimusha, and Sega’s Out Run, is listed below:

    • A Ch’ti Bundle
    • ACA NEO GEO Ragnagard
    • Animus
    • BQM -BlockQuest Maker-
    • Brick Breaker
    • Bury me, my Love
    • Caveblazers
    • Clock Simulator
    • Combat Core
    • Ethan: Meteor Hunter
    • Everything
    • Forever Forest – Available Jan. 14
    • Gnomes Garden 2
    • Grab Lab
    • Hive Jump – Available Jan. 11
    • HoPiKo
    • Inside My Radio
    • Knock ’Em Down! Bowling
    • Lightseekers
    • Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight
    • Onimusha: Warlords – Available Jan. 15
    • Overdriven Reloaded: Special Edition
    • Pang Adventures
    • Pic-a-Pix Pieces – Demo Version
    • Planet RIX-13 – Available Jan. 16
    • Retimed – Demo Version
    • SEGA AGES Out Run
    • Snowboarding The Next Phase
    • Stellar Interface – Available Jan. 11
    • Tetraminos

    Source: Polygon

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