The Switch eShop continues its massive expansion with plenty of new games to check out. This includes some brand new demos to be able to try-before-you-buy.
April is here which typically means it is Spring. The weather might be fooling you depending on where you are located. Good thing it is Thursday though, as there are plenty of new releases for your Nintendo Switch.
It is the last Thursday of March, and it’s time for this week’s Nintendo Download. There’s plenty of Switch titles to check out once again this week, and we get the return of a couple of 3DS games.
The Nintendo Downloads have normally been packed to the brim with new titles each week for months in a row. This week though, it’s a little bit lighter in comparison. The 3DS gets two retail games launching over the next week, and the Switch still manages twelve new releases. Plenty of games to check out and even some new DLC and activities.
Let’s talk about all the recent game announcements from the March 8, 2018, Nintendo Direct. This includes WarioWare Gold, Mario Tennis Aces, Captain Toad, Luigi’s Mansion, and of course, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch. After you watch, be sure to share your own reactions with us!
If you missed today’s Nintendo Direct, you missed a lot! But no worries! We’ve got the entire video along with a complete run-down of all the announcements right here for you!
On the dawn of the day of the latest Nintendo Direct, we have the latest Nintendo Download. There continues to be plenty of new titles available on the Nintendo Switch. The solo title is available on 3DS this week. Mario Day is approaching, which is March 10 (Mar10) and there are some discounts available and more.
Here we are at the final Thursday of February and the amount of titles continues to go full steam ahead. The Wii U sees a single new title with the 3DS getting three. The Nintendo Switch gets nineteen new titles available today and throughout the rest of the month.
Happy belated Valentine’s Day to our readers! Here is this week’s Nintendo Download which offers a bunch of Switch titles, two 3DS titles and nothing on the Wii U. There is new DLC for Fire Emblem Warriors if that interests you.
This week it feels like the barrel has been stuffed to the brime with new content. There’s got to be something for everyone in this release. There’s Wii U titles, 3DS games, in addition to the massive Switch list. On top of that, there’s new DLC, 3DS themes, My Nintendo Rewards, a massive celebration for the Fire Emblem Heroes anniversary.