Nintendo’s eShop content deserves more attention

Nintendo's eShop content deserves more attention

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  • However, I think a lot of the titles published by Nintendo could receive more attention and promotion. Sometimes I feel that great experiences like Good Job! or The Stretchers get a little lost in the gigantic amount of games published on the eShop. In the video below, I discuss why Nintendo’s overall strategy to promote these games could be more active than it is and I share some ideas as to how they could be in the spotlight a bit more.

  • Nintendo unexpectedly revealed Kirby’s Dream Buffet as an eShop-only title last week. This is a little, adorable co-op game that is ideal for Kirby. Nintendo still releases some little games like that on the eShop, despite the fact that it doesn’t happen very frequently, and I appreciate that. The majority of the time, these encounters demonstrate great ingenuity and introduce fresh concepts to the console.

In our video last week, we talked about why the Xenoblade Chronicles series is so good even though it may initially seem complex – check it out here. Continuing on that same trend, we hosted a discussion about the Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Nintendo Direct not too long ago, which is up here. Finally, you may want to watch our video here in which we talked about why Switch ports are still relevant.

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