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During today’s Treehouse stream at E3, Nintendo just revealed a new mode (technically two modes) for Super Mario Party. With “Online Mariothon”, you’ll be able to play mini-games online.

Here’s the full rundown:

Update: Bumped to the top. Arcade Archives Donkey Kong out now in North America; seems to be tomorrow in Europe

Original: Last September, it was announced that Hamster had formed a partnership with Nintendo to bring classic arcade titles to Switch. We’ve seen a few releases since then, including Mario Bros., Vs. Super Mario Bros., and Punch-Out!!.

We now have confirmation about the next title, and it’s coming very soon. According to the Nintendo Download press release issued for Europe today, Arcade Archives Donkey Kong launches on Switch tomorrow.

Sky Skipper is an arcade game from Nintendo that some may be unaware of. The title did come out in Japan a few decades ago, but after performing poorly, never made it to North America in its original form.

Thanks to Hamster’s partnership with Nintendo, the game is finally returning and getting a proper release in the west. Announced during the Treehouse Live stream today, Sky Skipper is coming to Switch. It will be released under the Arcade Archives banner.

Arcade Archives Sky Skipper launches for Switch in July.

E3 2018 is starting to wind down, but Nintendo is only just starting a new eShop sale. Games for both Switch and 3DS have been discounted by up to 50%.

The full lineup is as follows:

The last day of E3 2018 is here, and so is Nintendo’s final live stream. The Treehouse crew will be back once again to show off a bunch of games for hours on end, including Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Starlink: Battle for Atlas, and more.

You can watch all of the fun as it happens below. Nintendo’s stream will go live at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET / 5 PM in the UK / 6 PM in Europe.

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

Switch Retail

Flashback – $19.99 (available June 17)
LEGO The Incredibles – $59.99 (available June 15)
R.B.I. Baseball 18 – $29.99
The Lost Child – $49.99 (available June 19)

Dragon Quest X is one of the few recent entries in the series that has not left Japan. The MMORPG first appeared on Wii in 2012, and has since landed on Wii U, 3DS, and Switch.

Many fans have given up on the possibility of a localization at this point, but Square Enix isn’t ruling out the idea entirely. Actually, Dragon Quest XI producer Yuu Miyake told Game Informer that the team wants to bring it stateside, though the five-year plan of service would need to be rearranged.

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