Two Point Hospital and two Metro Redux games are the highlights of this week’s new Nintendo Switch eShop releases.
The Nintendo Switch continues to punch above its weight this week with impressive ports of Metro 2033 Redux and Metro Last Light Redux. If you like tough as nails shooters set and post-apocalyptic hellscapes, they should bring a big smile to your face.
Another of this week’s Nintendo Switch highlights is the quirky business simulation, Two Point Hospital. The spiritual successor to Theme Hospital that was a big hit on PC in 2018. Hopefully, this promising looking port plays nicely with console controls.
If you like the Picross series, you should also check out Depixtion, which gives the age-old puzzle format a colourful twist. And fans of top-down action games like Hotline: Miami should investigate Paper Cult’s stylish and bloody Bloodroots.
Finally, Capcom’s Mega Man Zero / ZX Legacy Collection brings together six classic games starring the Blue Bomber that were originally released on Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS.
Here’s the current lineup of new Nintendo Switch releases. We’ll keep the list updated throughout the week.
Nintendo Switch releases – February 24-28, 2020
Monday, February 24, 2020
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
- Arcade Fuzz
- Broken Lines
- Farmer Sim
- Mega Man Zero / ZX Legacy Collection
- Portal Dogs
- Rune Factory 4 Special
- Samurai Shodown
- Tower Inferno
- Two Point Hospital
- The Unholy Society
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
- Edgar – Bokbok in Boulzac
- Madoris R
- One Finger Death Punch 2
- Puzzle for Toddlers and Kids
Thursday, February 27, 2020
- Animated Jigsaws Collection
- Arcade Archives Salamander
- Boulder Dash – 30th Anniversary
- Dual Brain Vol. 3: Shapes
- Heaven Dust
- Hero must die. again
- Kingdom Rush Frontiers
- Soul Axiom Rebooted
- Wanderlust Travel Stories
Friday, February 28, 2020
- BE-A Walker
- Bucket Knight
- Ganbare! Super Strikers
- Metro 2033 Redux
- Metro Last Light Redux
- Ski Sniper
- Skull Rogue
- Spartan Fist
- Stab Stab Stab!
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