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Swapdoodle is a fairly recent 3DS app from Nintendo that allows users to write messages and draw 3D pictures. A number of add-on packs are already available, but more are being added – including one for Switch.

At least in Japan, Nintendo will be offering lessons on how to draw Switch beginning on March 3. New Zelda packs for Ocarina of Time and Wind Waker were also added in today.

Here’s a look at the latest Swapdoodle video while we’re discussing the app:

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Nintendo has finally started to share some news about what we can expect from the eShop on Switch when the system launches next Friday.

First, a Nindies Showcase video presentation will be shown on February 28. This will be available here at the following times:

– 9 AM PT
– 12 PM ET
– 5 PM in the UK
– 6 PM in Europe

Nintendo says that the eShop will feature more than 60 indie games this year. FAST RMX, Specter of Torment, and Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove are confirmed for launch.

Moving away specifically from indies, Nintendo has officially confirmed that eShop funds from the Wii U and 3DS can also be carried over to Switch. Also, Virtual Console will not be available for launch.

Nintendo additionally made mention of Switch’s day one update. It “downloads in the background, is designed to install quickly and doesn’t disrupt gameplay.”

Continue on below for today’s official announcement.

SEGA held a Puyo Puyo Tetris tournament on February 4, featuring the Switch version. They have now uploaded videos of the competition. You can watch a brief overview of the event below, and lots more footage after the break.

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The March 6 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, a Japanese magazine, will feature information on Dragon Quest XI, according to Gematsu. The game is coming to both 3DS and the Switch.

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As stinky as it is, online order cancellations do happen from time to time. Occasionally retailers will mess up, or something will happen along the way that causes it to happen.

There’s something strange taking place with Amazon though. Quite a few customers have shared an email received from the retailer about their Zelda: Breath of the Wild Master Edition pre-orders being cancelled. A $10 gift card is being handed out as compensation.

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Two versions of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim exist. There’s the original game from 2011, as well as the Special Edition remaster from 2016. We know that the RPG is in development for Switch, but in what form is currently unknown.

Unfortunately, Bethesda’s Todd Howard isn’t providing any new insight. Polygon asked about the Switch release, but was told that Howard “can’t say” whether it will be the original Skyrim or remaster.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is planned to hit Switch this fall. Hopefully we’ll get a clearer answer about the game before then.

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The latest episode of Denjin Getcha once again featured Romance of the Three Kingdoms 13 with Power-up Kit. Check out the recording below for footage.

Anúna, a well-known choral ensemble based in Ireland, is now confirmed to be involved with the music for Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

Composer Yasunori Mitsuda recently posted the following on Facebook:


Another new Zelda: Breath of the Wild screenshot has popped up on the series’ Facebook page. This time, we see Link engaged in battle with an enemy. View the image above.

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Update: This also works on eShop cards. You can get a $50 card for $41.37.


Original: Switch systems only come with 32GB of storage (technically a bit less than that actually), so most owners are probably going to want to purchase a microSD card. And thankfully, Amazon is having a “sale” of sorts today.

Customers have voted Amazon number one in corporate reputation. To celebrate, the retailer is letting consumers use the code BIGTHANKS today on orders over $50 to save $8.62. That means you can nab the SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSD card for $61.32.

By the way, the code doesn’t work on games. You may find use for it with something else though – like accessories.

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