The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics, The Turing Test, and Knights & Bikes are among this week’s new eShop releases for the Nintendo Switch.
If you’re looking for something new to play on Switch, this week’s lineup of new Nintendo eShop releases has a plethora of promising games to choose from.
First up is the welcome Switch port of Bulkhead Interactive’s 2016 first-person puzzle adventure, The Turing Test. The game is heavily influenced by the likes of Portal, and although it’s not able to exceed its inspiration, it’s a solid slice of head-scratching sci-fi.
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics is a licensed tie-in to the recent Netflix streaming series. BonusXP’s turn-based strategy game certainly looks the part, and with 50 levels to work through, it will hopefully give fans of the show an experience to savour.
Knights & Bikes also rides onto Nintendo Switch this week. Foam Sword’s delightful childhood adventure is sprinkled with warm nostalgia and delivered with outstanding artistry.
Other new Switch releases include the third official Monster Energy Supercross game, retro platformer Zero Zero Zero Zero, and Wargroove’s long-awaited Double Trouble expansion.
Here’s the current roster of confirmed new Nintendo Switch releases.
Nintendo Switch releases – February 3-7, 2020
Monday, February 3, 2020
- Please The Gods
Tuesday, February 4, 2020
- The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics
- Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 3
- Monster Jam Steel Titans
- Wide Ocean Big Jacket
Wednesday, February 5, 2020
- 7th Sector
Thursday, February 6, 2020
- Arc of Alchemist (Europe)
- Arcade Archive Saint Dragon
- Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~
- Just a Phrase by POWGI
- Knights & Bikes
- Maze Breaker
- Pinball Breaker VI
- SEN: Seven Eight Nine
- Shiny Ski Resort
- Wargroove: Double Trouble (Expansion)
- Yuoni: Rises
Friday, February 7, 2020
- Bridge Builder Adventure
- Crash Drive 2
- ELEA: Paradigm Shift (Feb. 8 in US)
- Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker
- Rune Lord
- Super Korotama
- The Town of Light: Deluxe Edition
- The Turing Test
- Zero Zero Zero Zero
If none of these new games are to your liking, take a look at this week’s new Nintendo eShop discounts.
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