Yoshi’s Crafted World and Final Fantasy VII lead this week’s lineup of new eShop releases for the Switch and 3DS.
Nintendo’s first big game of spring comes to the Switch this week in the shape of Yoshi’s Crafted World. If you’ve tried out the free demo – which is still available on the Nintendo eShop – you’ll know that the Good-Feel developed adventure is full of inventive little touches and charming moments.
Also released this week is Final Fantasy VII. Other than a few quality of life improvements it’s a straight port of the PlayStation original.
This week’s indie picks include Windscape and Inventioneer, and there are two new games in the Sega Ages series: Gain Ground and Alex Kid in Miracle World.
Here’s the current lineup of this week’s Nintendo eShop releases. Expect more games to be added throughout the week.
Nintendo eShop releases: March 25-29, 2019
Monday March 25, 2019
- Darkest Hunter – £TBC/$TBC
- Inventioneer – £8.99/$9.99
- President F.net – £TBC/$4.99
Tuesday March 26, 2019
- Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers – $19.99 (Out now in Europe)
- Air Conflicts: Secret Wars – $19.99 (Out now in Europe)
- Final Fantasy VII – £12.79/$15.99
- Galak-Z: The Void: Deluxe Edition – £10.79/$14.99
- Gems of War – Free to play
- OMG Zombies! – £0.99/$4.99
- Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid – £35.99/$39.99
- Xenon Racer – £44.99/$49.99
Wednesday March 27, 2019
- Neon Caves – £2.61/$3.99
- Windscape – £12.79/$19.99
Thursday March 28, 2019
- Arcade Archives Armed F – £6.29/$7.99
- Cel Damage HD – £8.09/$9.99
- Croixleur Sigma – £8.09/$9.99
- Fun! Fun! Animal Park – £TBC/$TBC
- Gods Remastered – £TBC/$9.99
- Goekn – £7.99/$9.99
- Inferno Climber Reborn – £TBC/$13.99
- Istanbul: Digital Edition – £TBC/$19.99
- Lyrica – £17.09/$19.99
- Metalgal – £3.99
- Moai VI. Unexpected Guests – £14.59
- MUSYNX – £26.99
- Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists ~Ateliers of the New World~ – £49.99
- Sega Ages Alex Kidd in Miracle World – £5.99/$7.99
- Sega Ages Gain Ground – £5.99/$7.99
- Shadow Blade: Reload – £8.99
- She Remembered Caterpillars – £8.99/$11.99
- Snow Battle Princess Sayuki – £6.74/$15.00
- Warparty – £TBC/$24.99
- The World Next Door – £11.69/$14.99
- Ultrawings – £14.99/$19.99
- Uni – £TBC/$7.99
- Undead’s Building – £3.59/$5.99
Friday March 29, 2019
- Event Horizon – £2.69/$TBC
- The Princess Guide – £TBC/$TBC
- Yoshi’s Crafted World – £49.99/$59.99
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