Game Freak just keeps the goodies rolling! Today we got another new trailer for Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! on Nintendo Switch, and this time there was a dual focus. After opening with a shot of Moltres, the trailer dives into features unlocked by connecting to Pokémon GO. After that, it shifts focus back to Moltres and other Legendary Pokémon to show how you'll capture them.

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In recent years, Nintendo has found massive success with a pair of plug-and-play retro consoles known as the NES Classic and SNES Classic. These popular stocking stuffers have been consistently sold out, easily moving millions of units in no time. Sony noticed. Not to be outdone, they've just unveiled the PlayStation Classic, and it's coming out later this year!

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Alright, folks, listen up—we've got 250 keys to give away for the Naval Beta in War Thunder. Whether you're just a cadet or a five-star general, you can get in on the closed beta going on now through October. Get your key before they're gone! Head inside the article to find out how you can join the fight!

Ubisoft and South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone teamed up to bring South Park: The Fractured But Whole to Nintendo Switch earlier this year, but the game's predecessor is not yet available on the hybrid console. Fortunately, that will soon be rectified! Ubisoft announced a digital release back in July, and today they've finally given us an update.

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Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! are hybrid games that combine mechanics from the "core" entries in the franchise with some of the more simplified features of Niantic's smash mobile hit, Pokémon GO. With the games two months out from release, we're still piecing together exactly how everything works. After a recent hands-on demo, trusted Pokémon news site Serebii has revealed more details, including more changes to battle mechanics.

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Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! are taking fans on a nostalgia trip through a re-imagined HD Kanto, but despite the familiar setting, there have been plenty of changes. One such change that had many people upset is that gyms now have entrance requirements, such as needing a Water- or Grass-Type Pokémon to enter Brock's gym. Thankfully, new information has just been released that should calm those concerns.

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Epic Games' Fortnite is one of the most popular games in the world, and this past June it extended its audience by launching on Nintendo Switch. If you haven't picked up either yet, you'll soon have a chance to grab both at once while snagging some extra goodies. That's right, Nintendo and Epic are teaming up for a Nintendo Switch Fortnite bundle!

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Welcome to Switched On!, the new Nintendo-themed podcast from Gamnesia. If you were a fan of our old show, Nintendo Week, you'll love Switched On! too. In our inaugural episode, Ben, Alex, and Jeff break down all the exciting news from the recent Nintendo Direct, including updates on games like Super Mario Party and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and thrilling reveals like Luigi's Mansion 3 and Animal Crossing for Switch. Stick around after the show for an update on the future of this podcast and Gamnesia podcasting in general!

Nintendo Switch has enjoyed significantly stronger third-party support than Wii U, but there are still some titles that the hybrid console just can't run under normal circumstances. This has led some developers to experiment with cloud-based versions of games in Japan, allowing Switch owners access to games that need a little extra power. Resident Evil VII began streaming on Switch in Japan back in May, and soon another AAA game will be joining it.

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With the recent launch of Okami HD on Nintendo Switch, we're reminded again what a wonderful adventure that classic Capcom game is. Unfortunately, it never received the true sequel it deserved. Sure, there was Okamiden on Nintendo DS, but it couldn't quite capture the same magic that made the original so great. As it turns out, Platinum Games wants a sequel just as badly as fans do, and they pushed hard for one a few short years ago.

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In just four days, Nintendo will officially launch their online membership service, Nintendo Switch Online. This service gives you access to online play (which will no longer be free), cloud saves on select games, and a digital library of classic NES titles. Nintendo previously announced that 20 games would be available in this library at launch, but that's just the beginning.

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One of the biggest complaints about Nintendo Switch through its first year and a half on the market has been the lack of cloud saves. If your console is damaged, you could potentially lose hundreds of hours of saved progress with no way to retrieve it. Thankfully, cloud saves will be coming to the console in five days via Nintendo Switch Online, but there are some major caveats.

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Mario Tennis Aces launched to strong sales in June, and Nintendo is looking to keep that momentum going with regular updates. During today's Nintendo Direct, they detailed a free update headed to the game on September 19th. Version 2 of the game adds new playable characters, new challenges, and more.

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Last month, Diablo III: Eternal Collection leaked for Nintendo Switch. The latest release of the game features exclusive content and game modes on Switch, including local team-ups and Nintendo-themed armor and weapons. During today's Nintendo Direct, we learned that you'll be able to get your hands on this devilishly fun game on November 2nd. Nintendo also confirmed that it will have compatibility with all amiibo figurines.

We may not be getting a new Star Fox game anytime soon, but Ubisoft's Starlink: Battle for Atlas is the next best thing. The space shooter features playable characters from the Star Fox universe, including Fox McCloud himself. But what good is a hero without a villain? We don't need to answer that, because Nintendo just gave us our first look at the villainous Star Wolf in Starlink as well!

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