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Review: Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise (Nintendo Switch)

By  •  December 22, 2020

Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise is a sequel to the surprise million-seller, Fitness Boxing. If you have the original, you can transfer your profile and keep moving to the …
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Review: Fitness Boxing (Nintendo Switch)

By  •  January 15, 2019

Fake boxing in front of the TV is not an alternative to the gym, but a good round of Fitness Boxing before a couple hours of Octopath Traveller is a really good (and surprisingly fun) idea.
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Review: Knockout Home Fitness (Nintendo Switch)

By  •  October 29, 2021

Knockout Home Fitness invites you to” Kick your workout up a notch!” Amidst a growing library of Nintendo Switch exercise releases, is this one you’ll want to burn calories with? …
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Pure Nintendo Review Recap – December, 2020

By  •  January 1, 2021

With 54 reviews, the PN team ended 2020 in a strong fashion. We published 470 reviews this past year, an average of 39 every month. Thanks so much to everyone …
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Review: Ring Fit Adventure (Nintendo Switch)

By  •  November 12, 2019

The RPG element has been overblown, but Ring Fit Adventure provides just enough incentive for you to get up and get a surprisingly effective workout. Even better? It does so without forcing you to listen to Billie Eilish, Pinkfong, Billy Ray Cyrus, et. al.
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Pure Nintendo Review Recap – January, 2019

By  •  February 1, 2019

This is PN’s first monthly recap post as we transition from our old quarterly approach. January, a slower month, featured a mix of reviews. Some were Q4 2018 games, as we …
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Japan’s sales chart Jan 16-22, 2023: Fire Emblem Engage debuts on top

By  •  January 27, 2023

The latest sales data from Japan is in, and there’s no surprise for guessing last week’s top seller. The launch of Fire Emblem Engage led to the sale of 144,558 …
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Japan’s sales chart May 9-15: Nintendo Switch Sports takes top spot

By  •  May 23, 2022

Wondering what’s been selling well in Nintendo’s homeland of Japan? The latest sales data from the Land of the Rising Sun shows the physical sales for the period 9-15 May …
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Japan’s sales charts Jan 31 – Feb 6: Arceus still on top

By  •  February 14, 2022

The latest sales data from Japan has been revealed, and it’s no surprise that Pokémon Legends: Arceus remains steadily on top. The latest Pokémon title moved another 359,064 units, reaching …
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Japanese sales charts Jan 17 – Jan 23: Nintendo Switch dominates

By  •  February 1, 2022

Nintendo has kicked off the year with strong sales in Japan, dominating the physical-release charts with Nintendo Switch games and consoles.

The latest data from Famitsu shows that Mario Party …
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Gris and Firewatch join this week’s eShop roundup

By  •  December 13, 2018

It’s time to check out the latest games heading to the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS. There’s an interesting mix this week, with the emotional, creative GRIS, the ’80s-set Firewatch, …
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EA Spotlights Blockbuster Titles at E3

By  •  May 27, 2009

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., May 27, 2009 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) today revealed the games it will present at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) June 2 – 4. The year’s lineup features blockbuster franchises, new intellectual property as well as ten titles for the Wii.

“This year at E3, we have an incredible slate of games for the Nintendo Wii, PS3, Xbox 360, PC, Mac and mobile devices,” said EA’s CEO John Riccitiello. “Our creative teams are developing some of the most innovative experiences on any platform. We couldn’t be more proud of the games we’re presenting this year.”

EA will kick off E3 with a press briefing hosted by John Riccitiello to highlight many of the company’s creative leaders and top titles from EA. For all the latest information on EA’s games, plus photos, videos, and interviews from the EA booth during E3 2009, visit

Titles which will be previewed in EA’s booth (#1501) at the Los Angeles Convention Center include:

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