Nintendo Switch weekly eShop update: See you in court

Another work week is beginning to wind down, which means that Nintendo is back today with a new slate of games headed to the eShop. The company detailed all of the games hitting the eShop over the course of the next week, and this time around, we've only got Switch games to look to forward to. It seems that our old pal the 3DS is being left out in the cold once more, so spare a thought for the little machine as you read the list below.

In any case, assuming you've got a Switch, there's one game in particular that makes this a pretty exciting week. The releases are headlined by the launch of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy. The compilation collects 14 episodes across the first three games, so if you've never played through an Ace Attorney game, this seems like the perfect place to start.

Aside from the Ace Attorney trilogy, it's a relatively quiet week for the Switch, though Phoenix Wright will be joined by titles like Mechstermination Force and Hob: The Definitive Edition this week. Have a look at the full list of the week's released below:

Nintendo Switch

• Arcade Archives Armed F

• Circuits (available April 5)

• Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! (available April 10)

• Godly Corp (available April 5)

• Gabbuci – Demo Version (available April 5)

• Hob: The Definitive Edition

• Modern Tales: Age of Invention

• Monster Slayers (available April 5)

• Out There: Ω The Alliance (available April 9)


• Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy (available April 9)

• Pitfall Planet

• Pressure Overdrive

• Royal Adviser

• Safety First!

• Sephirothic Stories



• Switch 'N' Shoot (available April 10)

• The friends of Ringo Ishikawa

• The Mystery of Woolley Mountain (available April 10)

• War Theatre

• Yet Another Zombie Defense HD (available April 5)

• Zombie Scrapper

Again, aside from the Ace Attorney Trilogy, this is a fairly silent week for the Switch, but that's to be expected since we received Yoshi's Crafted World last week. We'll see if the next lineup of eShop games holds any bigger games soon enough, but for now, head down to the comments section and let us know if you'll be picking up any of this week's releases!