Nintendo Download for 7/11/19

Thursday, July 11th, 2019

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Nintendo Download | God Eater 3

Well folks, I hope you’re ready for today’s Nintendo Download. Cause this is gonna be a big one! Besides the featured games and regular sales, there’s new mobile content, DLC, additional sales and a whole fleet of new digital goodies to check out. So buckle up and get ready to spend some money!

Nintendo Download | Dragon Quest Builders 2

First up in today’s Nintendo Download, let’s cover the two featured titles. One is the sequel to Dragon Quest Builders. DQB2 officially comes out tomorrow, offering tons of crafting and exploration for fans. If that wasn’t enough, there’s also some DLC slated to release for Dragon Quest Builders 2, but I’ll cover that a bit later. Also new this week is the release of God Eater 3! I admit this series has always intrigued me, since it looks like Monster Hunter but with an actual plot. If you love slagging giant monsters, you should definitely give it a look. Next, let’s cover some new mobile offerings from the Big N.

  • Dr. Mario World – Nintendo’s newest mobile game, Dr. Mario World***, is now available for smartphone devices. In this free-to-start puzzle and virus-matching puzzle game, meddlesome viruses have the in-game world in a panic, and Dr. Mario and friends must eliminate them by matching capsules with viruses of the same color. Dr. Mario World can also be played together with friends and family around the world. In Versus Mode, players can turn up the intensity by challenging their friends or any other players online to a one-on-one showdown in real time.
  • Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp – Starting with Hello Kitty® and Cinnamoroll on July 11, in-game items featuring popular Sanrio® characters are coming to the Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp*** mobile game for a limited time. The Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Sanrio Characters Collection event gives players the opportunity to obtain adorable in-game items like sofas, beds, hats and dresses featuring various Sanrio characters.

Nintendo Download | Mad Bullets

If that wasn’t enough, here’s more info on the upcoming DLC for Dragon Quest Builders 2.

  • DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2 DLC: Fans who want to expand the range of things they can make in DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2 will have multiple options when one free DLC pack and three packs of paid DLC hit starting on July 26. Fans can purchase each paid pack of DLC separately or save on the combined cost of each pack with the Season Pass for only $20.99. Different packs offer different content, such as new locations to explore, additional recipes, new quests and a variety of customizable options like clothes and hairstyles.

Nintendo Download | Blazing Chrome

Let’s continue the Nintendo Download now with some sales. First, there’s a small sale for games published by Headup Games. While I can’t personally attest they are all equally great, the following are ones I recommend checking out – Slime-san, Toby: The Secret Mine and the fantastic Double Cross. To see the other games on sale courtesy of Headup, just click here.

Nintendo Download | Psyvariar Delta

But wait, there’s more! Here are some additional weekly sales courtesy of the Game Guide. Platformer fans might enjoy Almost There (Switch) for $6.79; or for some puzzling, try Degrees of Separation (Switch) for $7.99; for a retro tribute, try Reverie: Sweet As Edition (Switch) for $8.70; for some fun with robots, try Robothorium (Switch) for $4.49; for an incredible discount, try UTOPIA 9 (Switch) for $0.99; for a cute take on Ghouls ‘n Ghosts, try Battle Princess Madelyn (Switch) for half off at $9.99; for a hybrid shmup, try Velocity 2X (Switch) for $7.99; to take a chance, try Burnstar (Switch) for $0.99; if you haven’t played it yet, you should try SteamWorld Dig 2 (Switch) for $9.99; or play from the beginning with SteamWorld Dig (Switch) for only $2.99; if you need more robots, try SteamWorld Heist: Ultimate Edition (Switch) for $6.59; for top down fun, try Neon Chrome (Switch) for $7.49; to get some portable loving, try Bit Dungeon Plus (3DS) for $3.20; or for a reason to play an old console, try Noitu Love: Devolution (Wii U) for $3.99. To see everything else on sale, just click here.

Nintendo Download | Ninja Spirit

There’s only a couple of digital offerings for next week. One has you do your best asteroid impression in LOST ORBIT: Terminal Velocity. The other is a procedurally generated survival horror experience called Distrust. The following are all out this week.

Nintendo Download | Skulls of the Shogun

If you love you some retro, then you might like the following – Arcade Archives Ninja Spirit, Blazing Chrome, Mad Bullets, Metaloid: Origin and Streets of Rogue. For some frenetic arcade action, try Laser Kitty Pow Pow, Bouncy Bullets and Vektor Wars. For some strategy, check out Professor Lupo and his Horrible Pets, Skulls of the Shogun: Bone-A-Fide Edition and TINY METAL: Full Metal Rumble. For fun with aliens, try Psyvariar Delta and Super Mutant Alien Assault. And finally, for a charming looking adventure, try Eagle Island.

Nintendo Download | Eagle Island

Overall, not a bad Nintendo Download at all! Thanks as always for joining us, and be sure to tune in next week for more Nintendo goodies worth checking out.

About Josh Speer

Josh is a passionate gamer, finding time to clock in around 30-40 hours of gaming a week. He discovered Operation Rainfall while avidly following the localization of the Big 3 Wii RPGs. He enjoys SHMUPS, Platformers, RPGs, Roguelikes and the occasional Fighter. He’s also an unashamedly giant Mega Man fan, having played the series since he was eight. As Head Editor and Review Manager, he spends far too much time editing reviews and random articles. In his limited spare time he devours indies whole and anticipates the release of quirky, unpredictable and innovative games.