Here’s the full rundown on this week’s lineup of new eShop releases for the Nintendo Switch, 3DS, and Wii U.
It’s a busy week on the Nintendo eShop, with a huge selection of games coming to the Nintendo Switch.
Once again, many of this week’s highlights are games that have previously been released on other platforms, such as the wonderful Norse adventure from Thunder Lotus Games, Jotun: Valhalla Edition.
Also coming to Switch this week is Ubisoft’s South Park: The Fractured But Whole, and the ageing, but enjoyable, Saturday Morning RPG from Mighty Rabbit Studios.
New games include the zombie road-trip adventure, Death Road to Canada, and Agatha Knife, a satirical cartoon adventure game from Mango Protocol that explores religion, and being a carnivore.
If you were hoping to play the delightful Runbow this week, you’ll have to wait. The game has been pushed back from its original release date, but developer 13AM promises that the delay will be short.
This week also sees the European retail release of the Nintendo Labo Variety Kit and Robot Kit.
Here is this week’s full Nintendo eShop lineup. As always, this list is subject to change. We’ll add details of any additional games as soon we get them.
UPDATE 04/24/18: Death Road to Canada has been postponed due to recent events.
Nintendo eShop releases for April 26, 2018
Nintendo Switch – EU
- 12 orbits (April 27) – £1.75
- ACA NeoGeo Ghost Pilots – £6.29
- Agatha Knife – £7.95
- Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story – £5.39
- Bouncy Bob (April 27) – £4.49
- Death Road to Canada (POSTPONED)
- DragoDino (April 27) – £8.99
- Firefighters – The Simulation (April 24) – £35.99
- Firefighters: Airport Fire Department (April 24) – £35.99
- Glaive: Brick Breaker – £8.99
- Goetia – £6.29
- Hello Kitty Kruisers – £24.99
- Jotun: Valhalla Edition (April 27) – £10.99
- KORG Gadget – £35.09
- Late Shift – £9.99
- Light Fall – £9.99
- Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy – £44.99
- Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm – £16.99
- Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 – £16.99
- Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 – £16.99
- A Robot Named Fight – £12.99
- Saturday Morning RPG – £7.19
- Save the Ninja Clan (April 27) – £4.49
- Sky Rogue – £14.99
- Sparkle Zero – £4.49
- South Park: The Fractured But Hole (April 24) – £49.99
- Where Are My Friends? (April 25) – £5.39
Nintendo Switch – US
- 12 orbits (April 27) -$1.99
- ACA NeoGeo Ghost Pilots – $7.99
- Agatha Knife – $9.99
- Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story – $5.99
- Aqua Moto Racing Utopia (April 27) – $39.99
- Bouncy Bob (April 27) – $3.99
- Death Road to Canada (POSTPONED)
- DragoDino (April 27) – $9.99
- Firefighters – The Simulation (April 24) – $39.99
- Firefighters: Airport Fire Department (April 24) – $39.99
- Gal*Gun 2 (April 24) – $59.99
- Goetia – $9.99
- Hello Kitty Kruisers (April 24) – $29.95
- Jotun: Valhalla Edition (April 27) – £14.99
- KORG Gadget – $48.00
- Late Shift – $12.99
- Light Fall – $14.99
- Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy – $TBC
- Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm – $TBC
- Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 – $TBC
- Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 – $TBC
- A Robot Named Fight – $12.99
- Saturday Morning RPG – $9.99
- Save the Ninja Clan (April 27) – $4.99
- Sky Rogue – $19.99
- Sparkle Zero – $4.99
- South Park: The Fractured But Hole (April 24) – $TBC
- Snow Moto Racing Freedom (April 27) – $39.99
- Where Are My Friends? (April 25) – $5.39
Elsewhere, Unalive comes to Wii U, and at the time of writing there is nothing planned for release on the Nintendo 3DS.
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