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18 Games Released on Nintendo Switch This Week

Share. FIFA 18, Golf Story, and more. By Jonathon Dornbush Looking for something to play on the Nintendo Switch this week? Fear not, you have 18 new choices thanks to one of the system’s biggest launch weeks yet. While Nintendo has delivered a steady stream of games via the Switch’s ...

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Kano’s next learn-to-code kit is a build-it-yourself laptop

London-based Kano has another code kit in the works to add to its STEM targeting gamified educational line of build-it-yourself kids’ products ahead of the present-buying holiday season. The kit is being priced at $249.99/£229.99, and is up for pre-order from today — through the Kano website and via “select retailers and ...

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Check Out Cuphead's First Few Levels

Studio MDHR’s Cuphead has been turning heads since it was first announced at Microsoft’s E3 press conference back in 2014. In addition to its old-school visuals, which are reminiscent of classic cartoons from the ’20s and ’30s, the gameplay itself is an homage to retro games such as Contra and ...

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Pokemon Sun and Moon: Final Day to Get Kanto Hat Pikachu

The Event Pokemon are very rare Pokemon given out over the Nintendo Network, at select locations, or with codes, during a usually limited time frame for in Pokemon Sun and Moon. To get these creatures, you must choose “Mystery Gift” at the main menu of your Pokemon Sun or Moon ...

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Snapchat’s new partners attach instant apps and games to ads

Snap wants its ads to open to something interesting rather than a boring mobile website. Today Snap announced 14 new ad Creative Partners that will help build custom games, interactive videos, gyroscope-powered epxeriences, lead generation campaigns, and pre-loaded Instant Apps as destinations for Snapchat ads. They’ll also help connect advertisers to ...

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The 6 Most Emotional Experiences I Had at Tokyo Game Show

Share. A different kind of wrap-up. By Miranda Sanchez Outside of the big booths like PlayStation, Bandai Namco, Capcom, and Konami, TGS has a huge emphasis on VR and mobile games. After checking out Monster Hunter World and Zone of the Enders’ new VR mode, I explored the rest of ...

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I have an SNES Classic Edition, and it rules

Just in time for a weekend during which I had already planned to do nothing productive, a small package from Nintendo containing what will likely be its hottest item since the NES Classic Edition… which is to say, of course, the SNES Classic Edition. A full review is now underway, ...

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