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While not every game in the Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS lineup has fully utilized the second screen, no series has better or more consistently emphasized the possibilities than Etrian Odyssey. Playing to the insatiable nerdiness of building a detailed map while you explore dungeons, no other series speaks to the inner Dungeons & Dragons
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Atlus released a new trailer for their updated port of Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey, Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux, coming to Nintendo 3DS on October 26 in Japan and early 2018 in North America and Europe. The trailer is pretty strange since it begins by showing some of the updated cinematic scenes of Shin Megami
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While there has been much less sweating over memory on the Nintendo 3DS (as compared to the Nintendo Switch), Pokémon fans may be interested to know that the upcoming games will sport a healthy memory increase from the previous generation. According to the Amazon Japan listing for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon, either game will require 3.6 GB of memory.
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The concept of a Metroid game seems so odd in 2017; while the Metroid-vania genre seems booming and bustling thanks to the indie market, the series that inspired the genre hasn’t seen a notable successor in (arguably) over a decade. With more than enough frustration over the formats of Metroid: Other M and Metroid Prime: Federation Force, the 2.5D Metroid: Samus
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The 39th week of the UK weekly sales chart is in, and unlike the last three weeks: Bungie’s Destiny 2 is no longer the top dog. Rather a very familiar face to the UK charts, FIFA, has dethroned the shooter with its latest yearly installment FIFA 18, which released last week on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and last-generation
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Media Create has released its weekly sales chart of the Japanese video game market. For the week between September 11 and September 17, Konami’s latest installment in its yearly soccer simulation series, PES 2018 (known as Winning Eleven 2018 in Japan) debuted at No.1, doubling its nearest competitor, which was Splatoon 2.  Rounding at the top five is new release Metroid: Samus
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If you’re a DualShockers reader then it’s no surprise about how pumped we get about Inti Creates’ 2D action title Azure Striker Gunvolt. We even covered the history of the studio and their new approach to focusing on the west as a market for their titles. Today, Inti Creates revealed that Azure Striker Gunvolt 1 on
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Last month, Nintendo revealed that the Nintendo World Championships would be happening again this October, over two years after the last one in 2015. Qualifying matches are currently going on around the US, and have players aiming for the best time in Mario Kart 7’s time trial matches. Today, Nintendo launched a Sweepstakes through their My
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Fans of the Metroid series were ecstatic when two new games were announced for the franchise at this year’s E3. Today, Nintendo released a new gameplay trailer for Metroid: Samus Returns. The trailer comes in TV spot format, and provides a look at some gameplay, including both new and revamped features from the original Metroid
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Yesterday, PayPal announced a new partnership with Japanese video game company Nintendo that now allows Nintendo hardware owners to purchase digital games from the eShop by using their PayPal account. On top of that, the company also confirmed that Switch owners will now have the option to use PayPal as a payment option on Nintendo’s
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