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US: Nintendo Download for 23rd April 2020

This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content:

  • Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch
    • Trials of Mana – Trials of Mana is the 3D remake of the classic RPG hit. This daring tale of overcoming the tests of fate has been given new life! Experience the beloved adventure fully modernized with graphic improvements, character voiceover support, a remastered soundtrack and a new episode which you can experience after the ending. There’s also an ability system and a new class that reconstructs the character leveling system, plus more active battles. Trials of Mana will be available on April 24.
    • Moving Out – Are you ready for an exciting career in furniture? As a newly certified Furniture Arrangement and Relocation Technician, you’ll take on moving jobs all across the town of Packmore. Smooth Moves may not be the biggest moving company, but there’s no task too dangerous or strange for this busy team of go-getters. Grow your business to brave new heights, recruit colorful customizable characters and save your town from furniture peril. Moving Out will be available on April 28.
    • PICROSS S4 – This is the fourth installment in the PICROSS S series on the Nintendo Switch system! Picross is a puzzle series in which you follow numerical hints to complete pictures across a grid. In this new entry, there are puzzles to enjoy in all four game modes: Picross, Mega Picross, Color Picross and Clip Picross. With simple, easy-to-follow rules and captivating challenges, PICROSS S4 is a game anyone can play.

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Source: Nintendo of America

6 thoughts on “US: Nintendo Download for 23rd April 2020”

  1. I got it down loaded. And I ordered a 250gig cartridge. So that’s why I’m not playing it yet. Nintendo should had thought about storage when NX was in R&D.

    1. Obviously they thought about it. The removable storage option didn’t magically appear on its own. I’m sure more onboard storage was one of several small tweeks made to get the launch price to $300.

      1. Let’s to back to the Wii U when it was in R&D. I see despite the 8gb was cheaper than the 32gb the more expensive one sold better. So people didnt mind paying for the difference for storage. Obviously PS4 is the winner in this generation because when it was in R&D they Thought about that. That’s why the Wii U Failed. For $350 for the Switch for decent Gigs it would had still sold well. After all I paid 35 bucks for my card. So what is that total $335.00 because of my storage.

        Hell people even bought Pokemon Sword and Shield after already knowing every Pokemon wasnt going to be on there and the animations was just copy and paste from Sword and shield for a $60 value and is easy to beat.

        They should had thought about that during R&D.

      2. Why didnt they make it where you can just store the information on the cloud then where I can have the choice to download with additional card or safe it in the cloud. Like how I can buy Amazon movies and Apple Music? Why didn’t they think about that during NX in R&D?

      3. And when the NX was in R&D in 2014 why didnt they already work on a better internet service? Why when the Wii U was in R&D why just make it barely more powerful than the PS3 and 360 knowing Xbox and Sony were going to come out with more powerful systems? That was stupid. So in 2008 Nintendo is working on the Wii U and the power they wanted to give it was on PS3 and 360 level and release it in fall of 2012? Yeah that was smart.

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