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My Nintendo Gold Coins and Switch Rewards

The new and improved My Nintendo is looking better than ever. Purchase any digital (Wii U, 3DS and Switch) or retail game (Switch only) and watch your gold coin jar fill-up. Where are the Gold Coin Rewards for Nintendo Switch? However, if you’re like me, you’ve been waiting patiently to use your...

Can’t claim My Nintendo gold coins with The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+???

Pre-ordering from a well-known online retailer had secured my UK release of The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ for Nintendo Switch (or so I thought). On the very day of release (07/09/2017) I received an email stating that due to stock issues, my order was delayed and I’d receive another email...

Why King of the Fighters XIV is perfect for Nintendo Switch

King of the Fighters XIV is now available to buy on Playstation 4 and Steam. Strange, considering the franchise made its home debut on a cartridge. Just one of the reasons why SNK Playmore need to bring the King of the Fighters 14 to Nintendo Switch. King of the Fighters and the cartridge Rewind to 1994 and...

US Switch Games and My Nintendo Gold Points

Nintendo’s new console isn’t only a breakthrough for multiplayer gaming since the N64, but the Nintendo Switch also offers no region lock, meaning you can buy and play games from EU, US and Japan! However, as I added the US Switch edition of The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth + to my cart for UK...

Ludia’s TMNT Turtles: Legends RPG for Nintendo Switch?

The Nintendo Switch has barely been on store shelves for two months and like many of us, we can’t stop wishing for everything to be ported to it. Our latest brainstorm would see Ludia’s TMNT: Legends, ported over to Nintendo’s small box of tricks. Yup. We know what you’re thinking...

Naruto Shippuden Legacy for Nintendo Switch?

Last week it was revealed that Bandai Namco are working on two new Naruto projects. The first, a new brawler – Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker, said to use a new style of graphics engine. The second, (and more important to Switch owners and newcomers), was the announcement of Naruto Shippuden Legacy...

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