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      Nintendo Switch eShop update adds a tiny, hidden highlight



      Nintendo Switch doesn’t get much, but this old indie is worth checking out




      At first, this week’s Nintendo Switch eShop update looks like one of the emptiest ever. A Nintendo Switch port of Don’t Starve, an eerie, artsy survival game from 2013, seemingly leads a pack of relative unknowns. Buried within the list, however, is a lovely game that’s perfectly pocket-sized, and one you may have missed after it first launched.
      Burly Men at Sea, out now on Switch, may sound like a bro-y action game based on its title. It’s far from it: The game is a mixture of a point-and-click adventure and a visual novel, according to developer Brain&Brain. In Burly Men at Sea, three fishermen star in a folktale that’s narrated and sculpted by the player. There are multiple storylines to craft (which often takes as little as 10 minutes), each one leading the Brothers Beard through a creature-filled Scandinavia.
      Time Magazine named it one of the best games of 2016, in large part due to its wonderful aesthetic design. Burly Men at Sea is instantly recognizable, thanks to its distinct color palette and simple illustrations.
      Burly Men at Sea is available on other consoles too; it’s out on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. But Nintendo Switch seems like the perfect fit for this game, which first launched on iOS and Android. We need more short-and-sweet games like this on Switch, and now we have one.
      Here’s the full list of new games on Nintendo Switch eShop this week:


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      Nintendo Switch eShop update adds South Park: The Fractured But Whole



      Here’s what coming to Nintendo’s eShop this week




      There’s only one high-profile title on this week’s Nintendo eShop update, but it’s certainly one that role-playing fans have been looking forward to. South Park: The Fractured But Wholeis now available, along with many other smaller titles for Nintendo Switch and 3DS.
      The Fractured But Whole is a full-price title, coming in at $59.99. This is the so-called “standard edition” of the game, which was first released last year, and won’t include any of the subsequent downloadable content that has been released so far. It hits the eShop on April 24.
      If you’re looking for more raunchy content on the Switch, infamous love shooter Gal Gun 2 is coming to Nintendo’s console this week. It’s also out April 24. For a tamer shooter,Wild Guns Reloaded is now live on the Switch eShop.
      Here’s a full list of the additional titles, including those available today and later this month:


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      Nintendo Switch eShop gets beloved music studio — but with some key changes



      Korg Gadget headlines this week’s update, but it’s not the production app you might want





      This week’s Nintendo Switch eShop new games update isn’t thin so much as it’s lacking a big-name, marquee addition.
      There’s Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story for the story-heavy, mobile port lovers; Hello Kitty Kruisers is out on Switch to make Sanrio fans’ and rare Wii U game collectors’ lives a little easier; and Jotun: Valhalla Edition comes to the console and brings Norse mythological action with it. But it’s aspiring DJs who may have the most to be excited about this week — although with some potential dealbreakers attached.
      Korg Gadget for Nintendo Switch is a port of the popular music production software that’s developed and published by the electronic hardware maker. Think of it like Garage Band: It’s a studio that lets you play several different instrument sounds using different virtual synthesizers, or “gadgets.” Easy-to-read squares replace traditional notation, making this far more accessible to anyone who can’t play the actual instruments they’re working with. Exclusive to the Switch version is multiplayer music creation and Joy-Con support, which allows you to move the controllers around to change the tone or pitch accordingly.
      All of this sounds like an inventive rhythm game for Switch mixed with a useful creation tool. But longtime KORG Gadget users are already disappointed with what they see as a limited console release. Unlike Korg Gadget on Mac and iOS, the Switch version supports neither MIDI instruments nor natively exporting your creations online.
      “When you want to use songs externally, please record the audio from either the headphone output in the body of the Nintendo Switch, or from HDMI audio output,” Korg explained on its support page for the game.
      Replies to this answer suggest that this is an “unacceptable omission,” as exporting creations is a key feature of Korg Gadget’s other versions. Based on the Switch game’s trailer below, it seems as though this iteration isn’t quite meant to be a handy production tool. Instead, it’s more of ... well, a game.


      nd here are the rest of the games out on Switch eShop this week.


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      Nintendo eShop update brings back some old favorites



      Donkey Kong, Shantae and Death Road to Canada find new life on Switch this week





      Nintendo kicks off May with a slate of games from well-known franchises launching on the Switch eShop, including a famous one of its own. Perhaps the most interesting new game on the release schedule this week, however, has a much more obscure name attached to it — but a backstory that involves a recent, major tragedy abroad.
      Death Road to Canada has found a small but loving fanbase since it launched on Steam in 2016. Rocketcat Games’ roguelike tasks players with running over zombies with their car as they race through the apocalypse. Every level is procedurally generated, and every character is pixelated cuteness, including the zombies.
      Although it communicates the game’s jokey premise, Death Road to Canada is a title that began to look tone-deaf following a mass murder in Toronto last month, particularly since the game was originally set to launch the same week.
      The publisher said it would announce a new release date in the coming weeks. Today, Ukiyo revealed on Twitter that Death Road to Canada would come to Nintendo Switch (and PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) May 8, alongside a 20 percent launch discount.
      This series of events makes the niche title stand out that much more — especially when there are stalwarts like Donkey Kong (with Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze) and Shantae (Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Ultimate Edition) to compete with. Both are acclaimed ports of Wii U titles that you may have missed the first time around, withTropical Freeze in particular benefitting from the higher powered console.
      And now, below is the full list of games coming to Nintendo Switch eShop through May 9:


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      Nintendo Switch eShop’s most exciting new game has a very weird name


      Immortal Redneck is all about gunning through Egypt, not heading down south




      There are a few games that stand out in this week’s Nintendo Switch eShop update, and not because of our familiarity with them — but because they have some seriously weird names. Between Immortal Redneck, Suicide Guy and Three Fourths Home, eShop has some eye-catchingly titled new games in its library.
      The most anticipated of these is Immortal Redneck, a game that plays nothing like it sounds. First released on Windows PC back in 2017, Immortal Redneck is referred to as an “old school FPS” by its developer, so expect the kind of first-person action popularized by games like Doom and Quake. There’s also procedurally generated dungeons and the fear of permanent death ... oh, and the whole thing takes place in Egypt, by the way.




      None of this sounds like the kind of game that would star a redneck, let alone an immortal one. But, yep, that’s the player character in this game — a Southerner who comes back to life ready to shoot up those pyramids. From the sounds of the Steam reviews for the PC version, that redneck is a funny, charming lead; the writing helps the whole game take on a more lighthearted tone than anyone would expect, according to fans of the original release.
      Now that it’s on Switch — with a nice icon and everything! — it sounds like players are excited to have another arcade-y shooter, like Immortal Redneck, available on the go.
      Here’s the full list of what’s out on Switch this week:


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      Nintendo Switch eShop update brings plenty of Mega Man, Zelda and more


      Some big, familiar names headline this update — and some smaller ones too







      There’s always something interesting to be found in those weekly Nintendo eShop updates. But sometimes, you don’t have to go look too deep to pull out the gems: We’ve got Nintendo Switch games from The Legend of Zelda and Mega Man out this week, alongside some other names we know.
      First up is Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, which refines the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS game for Switch. What that means is it has all previous downloadable content already available, as well as nicer graphics and some other quality of life changes.
      Mega Man arrives on Switch on May 22, with both Mega Man Legacy Collection and Mega Man Legacy Collection 2. You may have already played these games on the plethora of other consoles they’re available on, but if you’re strictly a Nintendo console owner, these releases are a big deal. The collections are composed of the entire series of Mega Man games, from the original through Mega Man 10. Only the first Mega Man Legacy Collection made it onto any Nintendo console, which was the 3DS, so now you have the whole set.
      There are three more Switch ports to appreciate included in the update: Runner3, the third entry in Choice Provisions’ cute rhythm-based, arcade-y action game; The Banner Saga, the first in the trilogy of Viking-inspired role-playing games; and Little Nightmares Complete Edition, which includes all previously released content from the extremely scary (and yet oddly adorable) horror adventure game. Little Nightmares is out May 22; the others are out now.
      So, yes, these are all ports and remasters. But hey: Everyone always says they want to see ... well, pretty much every game come to Switch, so we can’t really complain. Besides, there’s a slew of other titles out on eShop through next Wednesday as well. This update is both most likely the biggest and most eye-catching we’ve seen in a while, so check out the list below.


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      Nintendo Switch eShop update stars returning classics



      From Street Fighter to Ikaruga, they’re all back on Switch, baby


      The lead-up to E3 2018 has not stopped Nintendo from adding a ton of games to Switch eShop. And while quantity is rarely equal to to quality, in this case, we largely have both — with recognizable titles new and old padding out the storefront through next Wednesday, May 30.
      Street Fighter technically turned 30 last year, but Capcom held off on releasing the series’30th Anniversary Collection until this spring. There’s 12 games packed into this one, starting with the first Street Fighter and ending with Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike. A handful of the included games also offer online multiplayer, which is a dope addition for anyone whose teen years were spent forcing quarters into arcade slots. That compilation launches May 29.
      Also on Switch comes the closest thing we have to a Castlevania game. Koji Igarashi, the series’ creator, releases one of his Kickstarted spiritual successors onto the console this week. Funny thing is, Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon is the Kickstarter project’s stretch goal companion game, which resembles an NES platformer. Its big brother Bloodstained: Ritual of the Nighthas spent years in development, as Kickstarter projects often do; back in 2015, it became Kickstarter’s highest funded game ever, only to be delayed until sometime in 2018. At least Igarashi fans have something to tide them over.
      But most exciting to us is the return of Ikaruga, a shoot-’em-up game from genre tastemakers Treasure. First released in Japanese arcades in 2001, Ikaruga made it to the West on GameCube in 2003. Since then, it’s been released on Xbox 360 and Windows PC. The new Switch port, however, is both the most recent and perhaps most faithful version to date. The vertical shooter can actually be played vertically on an undocked Switch, after all. (It’s available May 29 as well.)
      We’ve got the full list of updates below, so keep an eye out for other names you’ll recognize, like Harvest Moon andN++.


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      Nintendo eShop update brings us a new Pokémon game and an instant classic



      The real news in the eShop this week is West of Loathing




      This biggest news from the Nintendo eShop this week is the release of Pokémon Quest, a stripped-down take on everyone’s favorite pocket monsters. The game is free-to-start on the Nintendo Switch, and will come to mobile devices this June. If you’ve ever wanted a version of Pokémon that has been squished through the aesthetics of Minecraft, you’re in luck.
      But now that we’ve got that out of the way, we can talk about the real big news in the eShop this week: West of Loathing. It’s a game that shouldn’t be as good as it is; West of Loathingbarely has graphics, its sense of humor relies on puns and you may be fooled into thinking there’s not much there when you first begin playing. But trust us: This is a game filled with warmth and solid goofs. It often feels like something out of the classic Shockwave animations of the early internet. If any of this sounds good, even a little, you’d be well rewarded by giving this a try.
      “West of Loathing is a great Western game, and it isn’t even in color,” our review, which gave it a nine out of 10, stated. “It’s evocative of all the ambitions and moments that make a cowboy story worthwhile and engaging, while at the same time gently mocking the entire affair from start to finish.”
      It’s also only $11, and it’s worth every one of those dollars.
      Just Shapes and Beats is also out this week, if you’re in the mood for some co-op bullet hell that’s also a rhythm game.



      An online demo of Mario Tennis Aces will also be available, starting tomorrow. “This event will only be active for the short time period between 6 p.m. PT on June 1 and 11:59 p.m. PT on June 3,” Nintendo states. “By participating and keeping your save data, you can unlock Mario’s classic outfit in the full version of the game once purchased, so don’t miss out!”
      Here are the rest of the games coming to the eShop this week:

      • ACA NEOGEO NINJA COMBAT (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Defoliation (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • FOX n FORESTS (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Happy Birthdays (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch) – Available June 5
      • ICEY (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Johnny Turbo’s Arcade Joe and Mac Caveman Ninja (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Kid Tripp – Demo Version (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Lost Sea (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Neonwall – Demo Version (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch) – Available June 1
      • Pirate Pop Plus (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Quad Fighter K (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Shape of the World (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch) – Available June 6
      • Shift Quantum (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • SilverStarChess (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Smoke and Sacrifice (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Super Sportmatchen (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch) – Available June 5
      • Them Bombs! (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Trax - Build it Race it (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • World Soccer Pinball (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Yesterday Origins (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
      • Masked Forces (Nintendo eShop on Wii U)
      • Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
      • Dragon Lapis (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
      • Kid Tripp – Demo Version (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)

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      Nintendo Switch eShop gets hungry and horny this week



      From sushi to ‘sexy’


      We’ve got one last Nintendo eShop update ahead of E3 2018, and it’s packed with a variety of games that have ... very little in common. That’s not a bad thing, of course — but this is an update for players both young and decidedly older.
      The biggest name on the list this week is Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido. The game will launch simultaneously on both Nintendo 3DS and Switch. That sounds good to us, based onour early impressions; the action game combines a sushi conveyor belt with puzzle-like matching to unleash attacks against friends or opponents.
      On the complete other end of the spectrum is a game we’ve covered before, when it launched on the Japanese eShop earlier this year. Pure / Electric Love “What do you want?” - Eri Kitami - is now available for Switch owners outside of Japan, although it appears to have arrived in Japanese. There’s an English translation of the game’s official description, at least, which rules:
      A love-likeness pseudo-talk game “Electric Love” that is a topic in the smartphone.A little embarrassing, in a conversation that pounding, romance skill UP! !
      [ ... ]
      In this work, fetish cosplayer ‘Eri Kitami’ is a welcome otiyuki blog, please tell her with hyper deadly tension! What?
      Rotation in a good sense! While being healed, make the brain gear turn at super speed with maid, bondage etc, gallery image, movie!
      To each their own.
      Other familiar games include a new entry in the BlazBlue fighting series, BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle. Our beginner’s guide suggests it’s simple enough for newcomers, but not too relaxed for veteran fighting fans. There’s also the sequel to The Banner Saga, a follow-up to stone-cold classic Shaq-Fu and a demo for the upcoming return of the Shining fantasy role-playing game series, Shining Resonance Refrain.
      Below is the full list of new eShop titles:


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      Nintendo eShop update serves up Mario Tennis Aces and much more



      A wonderful week on Switch, right after E3


      Nintendo continues its E3 momentum this week with what is easily the highest-quality Switch eShop update in a long, long time. A new Mario game? Yep. An update to one of the biggest franchises in the world? Got that too. We’ve even got two cult classics making their Switch debut — one very recent, one less so.
      The biggest name on the list isMario Tennis Aces, which looks to be the most promising entry in Mario’s best sports spinoff series in ... way, way too long. Sure, Nintendo might have oversold its single-player campaign as more RPG-like than it actually is. But if you just want some good, slightly hectic tennis action with your friends, Mario Tennis Aces has exactly that. (A day-one update will bring back the online tournament mode that players got to check out during an early trial period, if you’re curious.)
      Minecraft first launched on Nintendo Switch last year, but there’s a new, revamped version that allows for cross-platform play and access to community content. For those who bought the game previously, the update is available as a free download, which is a nice gesture. Also, it’s always kind of funny to hear Xbox achievement sounds on a Nintendo console. AndMinecraft has a lot of ’em now.
      There’s also your choice of a soothing puzzle game and what we called one of 2017’s best role-playing games this week: Lumines Remastered, a remaster of the old PSP game thatyou’ll feel throughout your whole body, and fantasy RPG Ys 8: Lacrimosa of Dana.
      We’ve got the full list of titles below, and there are additional highlights in the rest of the list. Our pick? Drawful 2, the upgraded version of one of the best games in the Jackbox Party Pack collection. (Gunbird 2 is also a nice addition for fans of the Dreamcast scrolling shooter; boxed copies of that game go for more than $100 on eBay.)


     

     

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