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Best 3DS games of all time

Today, we’re looking at 10 of the best 3DS games of all time. If there are any you’d like to add, feel free to do so in the comments below.

Though the 3DS’ online servers have been shut down for a few months now, interest in the console hasn’t decreased in the slightest. In fact, it’s quite the opposite – many players have either rekindled their appreciation for it or are just getting into it for the first time. It’s easy to see why, too. The Switch is almost certainly the superior console in terms of software library and game quality, but the 3DS has a few advantages of its own. Its library isn’t as large as the Switch’s, but the titles it does have are excellent time-sinkers and some of the best of their respective series. If you’re able to find or purchase these games second-hand, it’s a great time to get into everything the 3DS has to offer.

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Nintendo Fran Francisco

Nintendo will open a new store in San Francisco, the company just announced.

This is notable news as the company only had one official store previously in the United States. That of course is Nintendo New York. The location first opened in 2005 and was first called the Nintendo World store. In 2016, it was rebranded to Nintendo New York.

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Switch sales surpass DS

Switch has overtaken DS to become the best-selling gaming system ever in Japan. That’s according to the latest data from Famitsu.

Earlier today, the outlet reported that Switch sold another 40,000 units. The console’s overall total now sits at 32,903,701 units. To compare, the DS sold 32,864,129 units total in Japan. Switch secured the record during its 377th week on the market.

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Clock Tower Rewind physical

Limited Run Games today provided full details about the Switch physical release for Clock Tower: Rewind. This is a remaster of the 1995 survival horror title.

Clock Tower: Rewind will be sold standalone as well as through a collector’s edition. The latter includes extras such as acrylic standees, a clock tower figure, and Dan Barrows stress ball.

Devolver Direct 2024

June is the month for big gaming events, and it’s now been announced that Devolver Direct 2024 is happening next month. Specifically, it’ll be held on June 7 at 5 PM PT / 8 PM ET / 1 AM in the UK / 2 AM in Europe. The presentation will run for about 20 minutes.

Devolver says its event will contain “a big hand full of gaming gifts, including updates and release dates for upcoming titles, as well as some exciting new reveals.” The company is celebrating its beloved mascot Volvy’s 15th birthday this time around.

Nintendo Switch OLED

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Famitsu are as follows:

It’s time for the newest North American Nintendo Download report for the week of May 23, 2024. The latest releases include Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Hauntii, and more.

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Totally Spies Cyber Mission

Microids is putting Totally Spies: Cyber Mission on Switch, the company revealed today. The title launches on October 31, 2024.

It was first revealed last year that Microids was working on a Totally Spies game. Players can look forward to a mix of action, adventure and infiltration with a brand new story set in the world of the new season 7 of the series.

DNF Duel Nen Master

May 1: Nen Master is joining DNF Duel as a new DLC characters, Nexon, Neople, Arc System Works, and Eighting announced today. A release is planned for this summer.

Here’s the official blurb shared thus far: “Unveiling the mystique of Nen Master! Witness the power of connecting with nature.”

Tomb Raider I-III Remastered physical

May 21: A physical release of Tomb Raider I-III Remastered is happening. Apsyr, in partnership with Limited Run Games, made the announcement today.

Fans will be able to choose between a standard version and collector’s edition. The latter includes the game, special box, classic Lara Croft pistol replicas in lit shadowbox, polygonal figures, set of three posters, premium trading cards, soundtrack, steelbook, and map book.


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