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The holidays might be over, but all of the big sales aren’t. A new sale just went live on the North American Switch / 3DS eShops featuring the likes of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Splatoon 2, ARMS, Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, The Witcher 3, and plenty more.

Here’s the full lineup:

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A pair of SEGA Ages games will debut in the west later this month. According to newly-added eShop listings, Fantasy Zone and Shinobi will both be out on January 23.

Here’s some information about the two titles:

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Major updates are now available for Doom and Doom II on Switch. Both are now at version 1.0.4.

After installing the update, players can access a new add-ons section in the main menu. The TNT Evilution and The Plutonia Experiment can then be accessed, along with SIGIL which was created by John Romero as a celebration of the game’s 25th Anniversary.

Aside from the add-ons, Bethesda has enabled locked 60 frames per second, aspect ratio options, and more.

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The side-scrolling action platformer Bookbound Brigade will launch for Switch on January 30, Digital Tales and Intragames have announced. It will release via the eShop.

We have the following overview and trailer:

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Developer Emilie Coyo and publisher Blowfish Studios have announced Infinite: Beyond the Mind, a futuristic retro action platformer. It will launch for Switch via the eShop in Q2 2020.

Here’s an overview of Infinite: Beyond the Mind, along with a trailer:

This week’s European Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

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Hamster has already sent out the early word regarding next week’s Arcade Archives game on Switch. Arcade Archives Detana!! TwinBee will launch worldwide on January 16, the company confirmed.

Detana!! TwinBee originally launched for arcades way back in 1991. The shoot ’em-up features seven stages, power-ups, and more.

Pricing for Arcade Archives Detana!! TwinBee is set at $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

Source: Hamster PR

As previously mentioned, To the Moon will be making it to the Switch eShop next week. Check out some early footage in the video below.

Blaster Master Zero 2 has been updated to version 1.3.1.  Here’s what’s changed in this fairly minor update:

  • fixes various issues in the base game
  • fixes various issues regarding the DLC character “Copen”
  • fixes errors in the game’s text

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