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This week’s 3DS eShop charts are as follows:


1. Kirby’s Blowout Blast
2. Pokemon Yellow
3. Pokemon Red
4. Super Mario Bros. 3
5. Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome amiibo
6. Super Mario World
7. Pokemon Blue
8. Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
9. Tomodachi Life
10. Castlevania III
11. Ever Oasis
12. Mario Kart 7
13. Super Mario Bros. 3
14. Castlevania
15. Mighty Gunvolt Burst
16. Miitopia
17. Zelda: A Link to the Past
18. Super Smash Bros. for 3Ds
19. Pokemon Sun
20. The Legend of Zelda


1. Kirby’s Blowout Blast – Launch Trailer
2. Splatoon 2 Direct 7/6/17
3. Team Kirby Clash Deluxe – Ready for Launch
4. Super Mario Odyssey E3 2017 Trailer
5. Ever Oasis E3 2017 Trailer
6. Super Mario Maker for 3DS – Overview Trailer
7. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle E3 2017 Trailer
8. Bye-Bye BoxBoy! Launch Trailer
9. Pokemon Sun/Moon Special Demo Version Video
10. Pokemon Gold/Silver Return on the Virtual Console
11. Mario Sports Superstars Launch Trailer
12. Pikmin Short Movies Trailer
13. Pokemon Rumble World Trailer
14. Hey! Pikmin Lift-Off Trailer
15. Pokemon Sun/Moon – Top 7 Features
16. Mario Kart 7 Video
17. Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World TV Spot
18. Pokemon Direct 6/6/17
19. Hey! Pikmin “Hey Helper” Trailer
20. Super Smash Bros. – Final Video Presentation

Source: 3DS eShop


A new update for the Switch Parental Controls is going out. You should soon be able to download version 1.1 on iOS and Android.

When live, you’ll see a number of new additions, including play records for each individual user. Full patch notes are as follows:

– Daily and monthly game time per person
– Daily non-gaming time spent on the console
– Daily time spent with Parental Controls disabled
– Average play times per month
– Days played per month



Pokemon Duel received its latest content today in the form of the Bug Gym Cup. For a look at the cup, watch the video below.


Layton’s Mystery Journey is seeing a worldwide launch on mobile around the world today. In Europe, the game can be downloaded on both iOS and Android. More territories are coming soon.

If you can’t wait for the 3DS version, you may want to consider the mobile release. The game will be out on Nintendo’s handheld this fall.

View a video promoting the launch of Layton’s Mystery Journey on mobile below.

Update 3 (7/19): Everything that is currently discounted on Amazon is here. New additions include Sine Mora EX and Monster Hunter Stories. Games like Super Mario Odyssey and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 have expired.

Update 2 (7/18): Amazon just price-matched the latest round of Walmart deals.

Update: Bumped to the top. Fire Emblem Warriors is back to normal price mostly, but more games have been discounted:

Super Mario Odyssey – $48.50
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – $48.50
Pokemon Ultra Moon – $32.11
Monster Hunter Stories – $30.82
Pokemon Ultra Sun – $29.02

Original (7/17): Walmart has discounted a few game pre-orders on its website. Along with a couple of Switch titles, a trio of 3DS releases are on sale.

First up, Fire Emblem Warriors on Switch and Pokken Tournament DX are down to just below $44 each. Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is $33, while Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux and Culcept Revolt are $30 a piece.    

Thus far Amazon has only price-matched the 3DS games. The prices for Radiant Historia, Shin Megami Tensei, and Culdcept Revolt are reflected here.

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As a way of tiding fans over until the release of Shakedown: Hawaii, Vblank Entertainment is putting out its previous game Retro City Rampage DX on Switch. It could end up on the eShop either this week or next week.

On Switch, Vblank noted that Retro City Rampage DX will feature even more improvements:

Like each port before it, it contains little tweaks that polish the game even further (I just can’t help myself!). From little things like the slightly more stylish score display, to improved enemy stomp and swimming controls, to improved lock-on targeting, and mission difficulty tweaks. If you couldn’t beat Death Cam VHS before, you’ll have a leg up on Switch!

As for Shakedown’s release, don’t worry! This surprise port hasn’t lead to any sort of delays with that. If anything, this’ll ensure that once ready, Shakedown gets through Nintendo Switch certification quickly, since our road’s been paved by RCR:DX.

We also have this teaser for the Switch release:


We recently learned that GameStop locations will be hosting a special event for Splatoon 2 on Saturday. Nintendo’s website has since updated with the official details, including lineup of locations.

Those who try out Splatoon 2 will receive a free Splatoon 2 color changing cup while supplies last. Note that cup colors will vary.

GameStop’s event will be hosted between 12 PM and 3 PM local time. Find the full listing of locations below.

Nicalis unveiled the boxart for Tiny Barbarian DX today. It’s made by artist and character designer Susumu Matsushita, who created cover art for hundreds of Famitsu issues. He’s also the creator of the Japanese magazine’s mascot Necky the Fox, who appeared as a playable character in Super Mario Maker as a downloadable costume. Matsushita previously worked on the packaging for games such as Motor Toon Grand Prix, Maximo, and Adventure Island.

Nicalis also announced today that at retail, Tiny Barbarian DX will come with a full-color instruction manual that includes a featurette on the making of the boxart. It covers “Matsushita’s creative process, details his preferred art supplies, shows photos of him working at his drawing table and even identifies the 1960s rock instrumental that he listened to while he created the cover”.

Tiny Barbarian DX is due out in Q4 2017. Pricing will be set at $29.99.

Source: Nicalis PR

Niantic will be hosting a huge event for Pokemon GO fans this weekend. On Saturday, players from around the world will be showing up at Chicago’s Grant Park for all sorts of festivities during Pokemon GO Fest.

The event is primarily a way for Pokemon GO users to play the game with others in the real world. Niantic may also distribute the first Legendary Pokemon, though that’s only speculation for the time being.

You’ll be able to watch Pokemon GO Fest live on Twitch. The event will run during the following times:

– 8 AM PT – 5 PM PT
– 11 AM ET – 8 PM ET
– 4 PM in the UK – 1 AM in the UK (Sunday)
– 5 PM in Europe – 2 PM in Europe (Sunday)

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Boost Beast from Hey! Pikmin developer Arzest and Arc System Works is out now on the Japanese Switch eShop, and tomorrow in North America and Europe. View some footage below.

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