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The European Switch eShop has updated once again, and now includes a page for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. The listing reveals the game’s file size, which comes in at 6.4GB.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 launches first in Japan on September 7. The western release will follow on September 22.

Source: Switch eShop

Nights of Azure 2 file size

Posted on 3 weeks ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 14 Comments | 0 Likes

Nights of Azure 2’s Japanese eShop listing reveals the game’s file size. For those who plan on picking it up digitally, 7.0GB of space is required.

Nights of Azure 2 is out now in Japan. Koei Tecmo will publish the game physically and digitally overseas in late October.

Over on the European Switch eShop, Nintendo has put up the listing for One Piece: Unlimited World Red – Deluxe Edition. The game takes up a significant amount of space at 10.4GB. Bandai Namco will be releasing One Piece: Unlimited World Red – Deluxe Edition later this month, though only as a digital title in North America.


We have more news about the Switch version of NBA 2K18 stemming from a hands on event that took place today.

First up, NBA 2K18 will be about 25GB. That puts it as one of the larger digital downloads on Switch, but if you have a big microSD card, it’s not entirely unmanageable.

We also have good news about updates on Switch. Nintendo is allowing developer Visual Concepts to push updates day and date with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. That means the Switch version won’t be forgotten, and will be receiving the same treatment as other platforms post-launch.


Pokken Tournament DX file size

Posted on 3 weeks ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 0 comments | 0 Likes

Nintendo has updated the Switch eShop listing for Pokken Tournament DX. Thanks to that, we now know that the game will take up 3.2GB of space.

The original Pokken Tournament on Wii U was pretty similar. On Nintendo’s older console, it was about 3.68GB.

Source: Switch eShop

Metroid: Samus Returns file size

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Nintendo has started the pre-load option for Metroid: Samus Returns in Japan. Thanks to that, we now know how much size the game requires digitally.

Metroid: Samus Returns takes up 5,542 blocks, or 692MB. Those numbers may vary slightly in the west, but since pre-loading should be live in North America soon as well, we should have a final answer pretty soon.


LEGO Worlds Switch file size

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The lineup of LEGO games on Switch is expanding next week with LEGO Worlds. Warner Bros. is publishing the game on September 5.

If you plan on downloading the game, you’ll need 2.0GB of space, according to an eShop listing. You can also purchase a physical copy from retailers as well.

Source: Switch eShop

Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack will be out around the world on the Switch eShop next week. Inti Creates will be publishing the package of two games on August 31. If you’re planning on downloading Striker Pack, you’ll need 2.5GB of free space.

We just found out this week that the Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack will be offered as a physical release in North America and Europe. Nighthawk Interactive should be publishing it sometime this fall.

After previously hitting 3DS, Monster Hunter XX landed on Switch in Japan today. A whole ton of footage is posted in the video below.

Capcom currently isn’t bringing Monster Hunter XX west, but you can buy the game from the Switch eShop with a Japanese account. Note that it requires 9.8GB of free space.

Source: Switch eShop

The Switch eShop has updated with a listing for R.B.I. Baseball 17. It’s due out very soon, as it’s planned for September 5.

R.B.I. Baseball 17 will be sold physically, but also as a digital download. The latter option will require 3.1GB of free space.

The eShop also lists supported controllers. You should be able to use the Joy-Con or the Pro Controller in docked mode. Also noted is the ability to pop off the Joy-Con and play with a friend, which makes it sound like the split Joy-Con setup is supported.

Thanks to Jes T for the tip.

Source: Switch eShop

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