Here’s the full lineup of this week’s Nintendo eShop releases for the Nintendo Switch, 3DS, and Wii U.
After last’s week torrent of top-tier releases – which featured Lumines, Limbo, Inside, and Wolfenstein II, to name a few – things are a little calmer on the Nintendo eShop over the next seven days.
One highlight is the Switch release of 13AM’s racing platformer, Runbow. The game includes Run, Arena and King of the Hill multiplayer modes, with support for up to nine players online, and eight players locally. Although Runbow has been around for a while now – and is also available on a host of other platforms – it’s a real blast with friends, and another perfect fit for the Switch
This week also sees the release of The Journey Down: Chapter Three, the charming puzzle game, Yuso, and SpiritSphere DX, a tennis-infused, retro-style action game that also channels some serious Zelda.
All games are set for release on July 5 except where indicated, and as usual, this list is subject to change throughout the week. Here is the current lineup of Nintendo eShop releases.
Nintendo eShop releases for July 2-8 , 2018
Nintendo Switch – EU
- ACA NeoGeo Samurai Shodown V – £6.29
- Awkward – £9.99
- Assault Gunners HD – £7.29
- Disease -Hidden Object- – £6.29
- Flat Heroes – £TBC
- The Journey Down: Chapter Three – £17.99
- Kill the Bad Guy – £6.29
- Miles & Kilo – £7.19
- Mushroom Wars 2 – £17.99
- Pocket Rumble – £6.99
- Rento Fortune Monolit – £7.64 (7th)
- Runbow – £9.59 (3rd)
- SprintSphere DX – £8.10 (2nd)
- Squids Odyssey – £13.49
- The Wardrobe – £11.46 (6th)
- Voxel Shot for Nintendo Switch – £6.29
- Ultra Space Battle Brawl – £11.99
- Yuso – £5.99
Nintendo Switch – US
- ACA NeoGeo Samurai Shodown V – $7.99
- Awkward – $11.99
- Disease -Hidden Object- – $7.99
- Johnny Turbo’s Arcade: Two Crude Dudes – $6.99
- The Journey Down: Chapter Three – $19.99
- Mushroom Wars 2 – $17.99
- Miles & Kilo – $7.99
- Nekopara Vol. 1 – $14.99 (4th)
- Rento Fortune Monolit – $9.99 (8th)
- Runbow – $11.99 (3rd)
- SprintSphere DX – $9.00 (2nd)
- Squids Odyssey – $14.99
- Super Rock Blasters! – $13.99
- The Wardrobe – $12.74 (6th)
- Yuso – $7.99
Visit our new releases page for regular updates on the latest games coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.
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