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Inazuma Eleven Ares is coming to the Nintendo Switch, but Level-5 isn’t quite done with the Nintendo 3DS yet. On July 20th, they released the original Inazuma Eleven as a free download for those with Japanese 3DS systems. Today, 10 days later, the company announced that the game has been downloaded 200,000 times so far. If their apparent goal was to drum up interest for the series in the lead-up to Inazuma Eleven Ares, then it seems like they succeeded.

Level-5 has previously said that this offer will only be available for a limited time, but hasn’t announced a concrete end date yet. So if you own a Japanese 3DS and want the first Inazuma Eleven game for free, better get on it sooner rather than later.

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Best Buy is hosting a new Black Friday in July sale. We don’t normally see digital discounts from retailers, but there are over 30 games available at 25% for the 3DS eShop, including Pokemon on the Virtual Console, Detective Pikachu, Super Smash Bros. for 3DS, and more.

Here’s the full lineup:

NIS America has permanently reduced the prices of its games across the various eShops. Switch, 3DS, and Wii U titles are included.

Here’s the full lineup:

A new Summer Sale has kicked off on the European Switch and 3DS eShops. Many titles have been discounted for Switch in particular, though Nintendo has its own discounts for 3DS players.

Here’s the full lineup of deals:

This week’s European Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Switch Retail

Go Vacation – €49.99 (available July 27)
Hello Neighbor – €39.99 (available July 27)

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

Switch Retail

Candle: The Power of the Flame – $14.99
Code of Princess EX – $39.99 (available July 31)
Flashback – $19.99 (available July 31)
Go Vacation – $49.99 (available July 27)
Hello Neighbor – $39.99 (available July 27)
Titan Quest – $39.99 (available July 31)

3DS eShop charts (7/25/18)

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

Four more indie games have been added to My Nintendo in North America. Members can spend their Gold Points on a new wave of titles for the 3DS and Wii U eShops.

Runbow Pocket (New 3DS), Noitu Love: Devolution (3DS), Severed (3DS), and Freedom Planet (Wii U) make up the latest selection. Everything here is 110 Gold Points, except for Noitu Love: Devolution which is 80.

All of the latest rewards can be accessed here.

It’s been years since we’ve heard anything about Treasurenauts, the action platformer developed by Atooi. In a recent video update, Jools Watsham has revealed that development for the game is actually still ongoing. However, development has now shifted from the Nintendo 3DS to the Nintendo Switch because, according to Watsham, the handheld is not a fruitful market for indie developers:

Treasurenauts … that’s progressing really well – yes, we’re still making it, yes – it’s going to come out eventually. It will definitely, of course, be on the Switch, along with other platforms – not the 3DS, though, unfortunately, because it’s just not a market that is particularly fruitful for indie developers. 

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Capcom is hosting a new sale on the North American 3DS and Wii U eShops. A variety of titles are up to 80% off, including Ace Attorney, Monster Hunter, Resident Evil, and more.

Here’s the full lineup: