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Switch exclusive Kamiko hits 110,000 sales

Digital Switch exclusive Kamiko has sold over 110,000 copies, co-founder and CEO of Circle Entertainment Chris Chau has told Nintendo Life. Developed by two-person Japanese outfit Skipmore and published by Flyhigh Works with assistance from Circle Entertainment, the game has been one of the console’s early digital hits, joining the …

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Day One sales for The Flame in the Flood on Switch has beaten all other formats, says Curve

Curve Digital released indie roguelike The Flame in the Flood on the Nintendo Switch yesterday, and the game has already "smashed" expectations, according to publishing director Simon Byron, beating Day One sales for all other platforms it’s been released on. Byron also added on Twitter (see below) that the success of The …

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Nintendo taking Steam approach to digital on Switch, says SteamWorld Dig dev

Nintendo is taking the same approach to digital publishing as its mobile and PC rivals, SteamWorld Dig 2 developer Image & Form has told MCV, making its new console as easy to develop for as the PS4 and Xbox One. With the Wii U and 3DS, [Nintendo] started to realise …

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Nintendo confirms Shovel Knight, Fast RMX for Switch eShop launch, but no Virtual Console yet

Nintendo has announced three more indie titles that will be launching on the Switch’s digital eShop on March 3rd, and that it will be home to over 60 ‘Nindie’ titles by the end of this year. Yacht Club Games’ Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment and Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove and …

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VVVVVV pulled from Nintendo eShop over 3DS hack exploit

Terry Cavanagh’s popular indie platformer VVVVVV has been removed from the Nintendo eShop amid accusations that it can enable the use of homebrew software on the handheld. Polygon reports that the game featured in a new exploit that bypassed some of the console’s security protection. A similar scenario played out …

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Some US Wii U owners left stumped by Project Zero

The digital-only release of Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water (known as Project Zero in the UK) in the US has left some unable to play the game. Kotaku reports that the eShop download weighs in at 15GB. Nintendo has to date released two versions of the Wii U – …

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