This week’s new Nintendo Switch eShop releases include two remastered RPG classics and a new arena fighting game from Bandai Namco.
Pick of the week is the new double pack of Langrisser I & II remasters. The original Mega Drive games arrive on Nintendo Switch with updated graphics, a re-orchestrated soundtrack, and a bevy of other tweaks and updates. They’re also coming to PS4 and Xbox One.
Crazy Monkey’s Hidden Through Time is another promising release. The hand-drawn graphics certainly make it one of the most beautiful hidden object games we’ve ever seen. However, it’s the map editor that has us really excited. Players can create and share their levels, as well as download puzzles from other creators around the world.
Also worth a look is Inbento, the food-themed puzzle game from 7Levels. This blissful mix of pussy cats and bento boxes was a mobile hit and a perfect fit for the Nintendo Switch.
Other new releases include Half Past Fate, Neo City Riders, and Bandai Namco’s new anime fighting game, My Hero One’s Justice 2.
Here’s this week’s lineup of new Nintendo Switch releases.
Nintendo Switch releases – March 9-13, 2020
Monday, March 9, 2020
- Talisman: Digital Edition
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
- No releases
Thursday, March 12, 2020
- Brotherhood United
- Half Past Fate
- Hidden in Plain Sight
- Hidden Through Time
- Mystic Vale
- Neon City Riders
- A Street Cat’s Tale
Friday, March 13, 2020
- Alder’s Blood
- Dead or School
- My Hero One’s Justice 2
- Langrisser I & II
- Rack n’ Ruin
- Rainbows, toilets & unicorns
- Super Destronaut: Land Wars
- Syder Reloaded
- Yoga Master
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