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Re: [Switch] eShop

Verfasst: Sa Sep 15, 2018 10:33
von Shiiro
20€ :uprof:

Ich will eigentlich nur Knights of the Round.

Re: [Switch] eShop

Verfasst: Di Sep 25, 2018 12:07
von Seppatoni
Virtual Console Data Has Been Discovered In The Nintendo Switch eShop

SNES! Game Boy! Game Boy Color! N64! GBA!

Remember when Reggie said that Nintendo Switch Online was the Virtual Console's replacement? Turns out he might have been economical with the truth in that regard, as one clever devil has discovered that the Switch eShop JSON (JavaScript Object Notation, in case you were wondering) contains references to 'Virtual Console', as well as several key formats, including ‘SNES’, ‘Game Boy’, ‘Game Boy Color’, ‘Nintendo 64′, ‘Game Boy Advance’ and ‘Nintendo DS’. Gosh: ... itch_eshop

None of the categories listed have any items attributed to them at present, which would make sense as the Virtual Console isn't yet a thing on Switch.

Re: [Switch] eShop

Verfasst: Di Sep 25, 2018 15:40
von UP87
Nintendo Switch eShop = Web-Version, die auch für die anderen Konsolen verwendet wird. Die anderen Konsolen haben Virtual Console und davon ist das vermutlich ein Überbleibsel. Man verwendet also einfach nur dieselbe Datenstruktur.

Re: [Switch] eShop

Verfasst: Fr Okt 05, 2018 13:51
von Seppatoni
Kariosoft Releasing Three Simulation Games On Switch eShop Next Week

Last month, it was revealed Japanese developer Kairosoft would be releasing its tiny simulation titles Game Dev Story and Hot Springs Story on the Switch eShop. A local eShop listing has now revealed both of these games are due out next week on 11th October and will be available for $12.00 / £8.99 each.

These games will be joined by Dungeon Village - another Kairosoft title releasing on the same day and for the same price. The mobile game was first released in 2012 and requires you to expand a town located in an RPG-inspired world. The aim is to attract heroes and then send them out to fight monsters.

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In case you missed the original announcement, Game Dev Story was previously released on mobile in 2010. It allows you build and manage your own video game company as you work your way up from a small start-up studio to an industry giant. In Hot Springs Story - first released in 2011 - you develop a resort while juggling the needs of customers. To gain more wealthy clientele you'll need to impress critics by enhancing your resort and managing staff at the same time.

Kariosoft began life in 1996 and carved a niche in the games market with its micro-sized simulation games. Game Dev Story was one of the first, with an original release on Windows in 1997.

Game Dev Story ist tatsächlich eines der wenigen Handyspiele, die ich gezockt habe und auch spass gemacht haben. :up:

Re: [Switch] eShop

Verfasst: Mi Jan 23, 2019 18:45
von gunman

Wargroove ab 1. Februar im eShop. :thumbup:

Re: [Switch] eShop

Verfasst: Mi Feb 06, 2019 07:22
von Seppatoni
Angry Video Game Nerd I & II Deluxe announced

Angry Video Game Nerd I & II is currently in development for consoles, FreakZone Games has announced. It’s playable for the first time at PAX South this weekend.

FreakZone is keeping quiet about platforms, but the studio said fans “will be very happy.” The developer added the following when asked about Switch: “Now allowed to say yet. But I think it’s clear where the nerd belongs.”

The first Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures has been “completely rebuilt” in the second game’s engine. Further information has yet to be announced.

Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures came to Wii U back in 2015. Unfortunately, the second entry never made it over. Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures II would be the first time it would be appearing on a Nintendo platform.