Nintendo Switch Eshop Adds Several New Games – Here’s The Full List
Nintendo has released a new batch of games for the Nintendo Switch Eshop this past week, which should excite those looking to bulk up their game libraries. While none of the titles are necessarily triple-A, headline making games, they all look to provide a decent amount of fun for $30 or less per title.
First up on the list is Yono and the Celestial Elephants. A puzzle-adventure game, Yono has players take up the adorable mantle of the titular elephant as it uses its trunk to solve puzzles and save the world. Players can utilize Yono’s trunk to shoot flames, spray water, and use various other items with its trunk for unique effects. The game consists of three “deep dungeons of puzzles,” and four towns full of npcs, shops, and side-quests. Available now, Yono and the Celestial Elephants retails for $15.
Another of the new Nintendo Switch Eshop titles is Wulverblade, which is also making its debut on Steam this season. Marketed as a side-scrolling “historically accurate” retro-inspired fighting game, Wulverblade has players battle through a campaign mode in order to help Brittannia defeat the invading Romans. The cost of Wulverblade is $20. The full list featuring all of the newly added Nintendo Switch Eshop games can be found below:
Nintendo Switch Eshop Releases
- Tiny Barbarian DX
- Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle
- 88 Heroes: 98 Heroes Edition
- ACA Neo Geo: The King of Fighters ’95
- The Flame in the Flood: Complete Edition
- Neon Chrome
- Squareboy vs. Bullies: Arena Edition
- Unbox: Newbie’s Adventure
- Yono and the Celestial Elephants
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