It’s Thursday once again, but not only that, many of us will be enjoying a three day weekend with Memorial Day on Monday. That means more time to enjoy the Nintendo Switch as there are many new titles added today and throughout the next week.
Plenty of new titles in today’s weekly Switch eShop update. There are three demos, some retail releases, and many indie titles released today. The Wii U and 3DS each received a new title in case you are still playing those consoles.
Today’s Nintendo Download features plenty of new games including Jotun Valhalla Edition and Aqua Moto Racing Utopia!
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.
Sega plans to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Mega Drive by taking a page from Nintendo’s book and releasing a mini version of their console. They’re also bringing a collection of 15+ classic games to the Nintendo Switch eShop as a part of their Sega Ages line.
Today is Thursday and another week for the Nintendo Download. The 3DS only receives some new themes this week, and the Wii U sees a new title. The Switch, on the other hand, continues to contain at the least ten additional titles available for download.
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.
So ends the shopping experience on the Wii Shop.
Happy birthday to the Nintendo Switch who will turn one year old on Saturday, March 3. The year continues to see at least a dozen new titles available on the platform week after week. The 3DS was busy preparing for the party, so there are no new titles this week. The Wii U sees a single new title this week though. There are some new DLC and activities to check out below.
The sales figures for December 2017 are here, and Nintendo has topped the charts once again! Switch sold 1.5 million units, 3DS sold over 750,000, and SNES Classic sold around 350,000 in the US alone!