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After the last press release from Nintendo detailing the games that will be available on Switch’s eShop for launch date, Yacht Club Games has made its own official statement about the release of Shovel Knight in the new console.

They have confirmed that both versions (Treasure Trove and Specter of Torment) will indeed appear on March 3rd in Europe and North America. Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove will cost $/€24.99, while Specter of Torment as a stand-alone game will cost $/€9.99.

Treasure Trove includes the complete game, but in the near future the other two stand-alone adventures, Shovel of Hope and Plague of Shadows, will be able to buy separately. As for the rest of platforms, the new content for Shovel Knight will be ready in April.

Additionally, today there will be a lead-up sale to buy Shovel Knight 33% off, starting February 23rd and ending March  2nd. This is the last chance to get the game at a low price, since the Treasure Trove pack will cost more than the base game did until now.

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Nintendo UK has just posted on YouTube a video showing Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma, who answers some questions about some key elements of the series. Check it out below:

Another Switch unboxing video has come in, this time from Nintendo of Europe president Satoru Shibata. Have a look below.

Warner Bros. and TT Games announced today that LEGO City Undercover will launch for Switch on April 4.

A new trailer is also live, posted below. It highlights the new two-player co-op mode as well as Chase McCain’s various disguises.

Switch has a bunch of different settings and options to use when creating your own Mii. We show them all in the video below.

We found out something pretty interesting about Switch while messing around with the system this week. Although it apparently won’t be available at launch, Nintendo is planning a feature so that update data can be exchanged with local users. That means you won’t necessarily have to connect online to get an update – you can just obtain the data from a friend.

Switch also appears to have connectivity with My Nintendo at the system level. We weren’t really able to try this out since a day one update is required, but it seems like you might be able to earn points with physical titles. Wii U and 3DS games already offer this, but only with the digital versions. We have a physical copy of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Switch yet there is an option to “Earn Points”. Stay tuned for further information.

Switch has a dedicated area in its menu where Nintendo will be delivering news notices to system owners over time. We take a look at the initial batch below.

We have a couple more Switch videos to send your way. First, we show Switch’s quick initialization process. We also have one demonstrating the various system settings. Both can be found below.

Our Neon Switch unboxing

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Nintendo was kind enough to send us a Switch unit earlier this week. That means we had no choice other than to unbox it! Take a closer look at the console below.

This week’s North American Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Wii U Download

forma.8 – $14.99
Ghost Blade HD – $9.99 (available Feb. 28)
Maze Break – $7.00
Placards – $1.99
Vaccine – $9.99

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