While we wait on some of those exciting indie games for Switch that Nintendo revealed earlier this month, we still have the weekly eShop update to look forward to. Just as it does every Thursday, today Nintendo detailed the various games that will be landing on the eShop over the course of the next week. As expected, the Switch is getting most of the week’s new releases, but there’s a little something for 3DS and Wii U owners launching as well.
There probably aren’t any games that are going to cause Switch owners to flock to the eShop, but if you’re a fan of puzzle games, you might just find yourself doing so anyway. That’s because Toki Tori is landing on the Switch eShop this week, nearly 17 years after its original release on Game Boy Color. Of course, this isn’t a straight port of the GBC version, as Toki Tori has undergone some significant aesthetic changes throughout the years.
The second game Nintendo is highlighting today is a title called Penny-Pinching Princess. Billed as an isometric brawler that takes place in a world capitalism trumps everything else, you’ll have to “fight or bribe your way to reclaiming your kingdom from the greedy Dragoloans.” Add to that the release of a new Atelier game, and it sounds like we have a pretty well-rounded week ahead of us. Here are all of the games landing on the eShop over the next few days:
10 Second Run RETURNS Demo Version
AVA NEOGEO SENGOKU 3
The Adventures of Bertram Fiddle: Episode 1: A Dreadly Business
Alteric (available March 30)
Atelier Lydie & Suelle ~The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings~
Devious Dungeon (available March 30)
Farm Expert 2018 for Nintendo Switch (available March 30)
Gotcha Racing 2nd
Metropolis: Lux Obscura (available April 4)
Penny-Pinching Princess (available April 3)
Shadow Bug (available March 30)
Spartan (available April 1)
TENGAI for Nintendo Switch
The Charming Empire
Toki Tori (available March 30)
WAKU WAKU SWEETS: Happy Sweets Making
Witch & Hero 3
Nintendo Wii U
The Spellcaster’s Assistant
So, depending on the types of games you like to play, this could either be an exciting week for the Switch eShop or a rather quiet one. As always, it’s nice to see the 3DS and the Wii U getting a little love, even though support for those platforms might be on the decline. Which titles are you most excited for this week? Head down to the comments section and let us know!