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NIS America is now taking pre-orders for the Culdcelt Revolt Limited Edition in Europe. Get in a reservation here.

The Culdcept Revolt Limited Edition features a copy of the game, hardcover art book, 1-disc original soundtrack, Culdcept dice, and foil cards. It’s all presented in a lovely collector’s box.

Thanks to axel for the tip.

Urban Trial Freestyle 2 is heading to the European 3DS eShop next week, and My Nintendo is celebrating with a special offer. You can nab a 20% discount on the game for 20 Gold Points.

Take advantage of the offer on My Nintendo here. It’ll be on the site until April 14, and the coupon will need to be used by April 30.

Tyrone Rodriguez, the founder of developer Nicalis, confirmed on Twitter today that The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ will get a physical release in Europe. He didn’t offer any additional details though, such as a concrete release date. If you’re in Europe and can’t wait to play the game on your Switch, then your best option is probably to download the game from the North American eShop, where it will be available tomorrow.

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Nintendo released a new video today showcasing a few European digital game highlights from February 2017. You can watch it below.

Three new rewards have been added to My Nintendo in Europe. For 50 Platinum Points each, you can get a Super Mario (Red), Super Mario (White) or a Snipperclips wallpaper. The wallpapers can be downloaded in eight different resolutions, with various options for both PCs and smartphones. All three rewards are available until October 1st 2017.

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This week’s European Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Switch Download

ACA NEOGEO NAM-1975 – €6.99/£6.29
Blaster Master Zero – €9.99/£8.99

Wii U Download

Candy Hoarder – €1.49/£1.39

The localization of Bye-Bye BoxBoy! was sort of accidentally revealed last week – today, Nintendo of Europe made it official and announced that Bye-Bye BoxBoy! will be released on the 3DS eShop on March 23rd. Below is the full press release:

9th March, 2017 – In 2015’s BOXBOY!, Qbby arrived on the scene and forced both puzzle and platformer fans to start thinking outside the box. In BOXBOXBOY! the following year, he upped the ante with new powers and more complex puzzles. Now Qbby is back to square up to his biggest challenge yet in BYE-BYE BOXBOY!, which launches on Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS family systems on 23rd March 2017. The perfect introduction to Qbby and his quirky, minimalist world is out today on Nintendo eShop in the form of the BOXBOY! series demo, which lets players tackle a package of levels from both previous titles, in addition to a selection from BYE-BYE BOXBOY!.

Developed by HAL Laboratory, creators of the Kirby series, the BOXBOY! trilogy of puzzle-platformers sees players control Qbby, a simple yet surprisingly expressive square-shaped character, as he makes his way through a multitude of 2D side-scrolling levels. While he may look like a somewhat unassuming hero, Qbby packs a rather special power into that small frame of his – the ability to create a string of boxes out of thin air. By learning to harness that power and use it in a variety of ingenious ways, players will be able to solve the numerous puzzles that lie ahead.

With more than 180 brain-teasing levels to tackle and four planets to explore, BYE-BYE BOXBOY! is Qbby’s biggest adventure yet. On each planet he will encounter a Qbaby – a small lifeform similar in appearance to Qbby himself. These Qbabies are in need of guidance, and by helping them to safety, Qbby will be rewarded with the power to create all-new box-types. Blow walls to smithereens with a bombox, soar into the air with a box rocket, teleport with a warp box or dispatch a remote box to reach far-flung corners, as you grapple with the puzzling new possibilities on offer.

For true brainboxes, Qbby can also tackle five unlockable Challenge Worlds. Each of these imposes its own specific gameplay restriction that changes the rules in new ways. Can players get through a level without throwing boxes, or where falling too far is game over? How about helping Qbby to the goal without the ability to jump?

For the first time in the series, BYE-BYE BOXBOY! also features amiibo functionality. Players can use Kirby Collection amiibo figures to unlock additional costumes and dress Qbby up as Kirby, Meta Knight, Waddle Dee or King Dedede. The Kirby, Meta Knight and King Dedede amiibo from the Super Smash Bros. Collection will also unlock the respective costumes for those characters.

Furthermore, players with save data from BOXBOY! on their Nintendo 3DS system can transfer an additional 10 costumes, and those with save data from BOXBOXBOY! can transfer an additional eight. The costumes from BOXBOY! include the Rabbit, which allows Qbby to jump higher, and the Wizard, which allows him to create an extra box, with a grand total of 37 costumes available. As a special bonus, players with game data from both of the previous titles will unlock both a Qucy costume and the option to play the game in a distinctive visual style reminiscent of the original Game Boy.

Join Qbby as he harnesses the power of special new boxes in his largest adventure yet, when BYE-BYE BOXBOY! comes to Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS family systems on 23rd March 2017, priced at £4.49 / €4.99. A BOXBOY! series demo, containing a selection of levels from BOXBOY!, BOXBOXBOY! and BYE-BYE BOXBOY! is also available for free download from today.

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Bomberman 64 is making its way to the European Wii U Virtual Console on Thursday, Nintendo’s website confirms. It will be the US version of the game.

Here’s an overview:

“How many jobs are there out there where one gets paid to toss bombs around, blowing up everything in your path? The evil Altair has wrested control of the Omni Cube (which allows its holder to possess the tremendous power of the universe), and it’s up to Bomberman to get it back.”

And a trailer:

Bomberman 64 was rumored to hit the European Wii U Virtual Console this week after it was listed by ShopTo. That was apparently correct after all.

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Update (3/2): Here are a bunch of screenshots for Switch games:

European Nintendo Downloads – March 3 (Switch launch) screenshots



Original (2/27): Check out some screenshots of this week’s Nintendo Downloads in Europe:

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