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Your weekly roundup of the biggest stories in mobile and portable gaming, courtesy of your friends at Modojo.
After a 2 week break due to E3, this weekly feature is back with all the game releases coming this week across all platforms.
A new update makes the days of entering your name and credit card number every time you want to buy a game a thing of the past.
More games are coming to the Nintendo Switch eShop tomorrow including some from the Tomorrow Corporation.
Old school meets the new kid on the block in latest offerings on the Nintendo game store.
The Direct livestream kicks off at 9:00 am PT on February 28.
Nintendo promised to 'share more information in the future.'
Any purchase you make on your Nintendo Switch will be tied to the Nintendo Account you create to use with the console.
Every Zelda game available digitally will be discounted.
A demo for both Yo-Kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits and Yo-Kai Watch 2: Fleshy Souls will be available on the Nintendo eShop later this week.
With the Nintendo Developer Portal, any developer can sign up for an account and get access to the tools they need to create games.
Save on digital titles and earn points toward My Nintendo rewards.
Miitomo isn't the only thing Nintendo is launching this week.
Don't be traumatized. Just pick the game up off the eShop!
A number of iconic Sega Genesis games will soon be available on the Nintendo 3DS, including Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Streets of Rage 2, Gunstar Heroes, and more.
Punch-Out!! has entered the Wii U eShop this week, and if you want to pick it up for half its retail price, you better act quickly.
No need to pile up your Wii games as Nintendo has announced digital versions of select games will be made available on the Wii U eShop.
Curious to see what Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal is all about before buying it? Well - Sega has released a demo so you can try before you buy.
Are you a fan of Sega's classic arcade games? Do you own a Nintendo 3DS? Then you should keep an eye on the Nintendo eShop in early 2015.