Nintendo Switch Games List Gets Three New Titles: Latest eShop Developments For Wii U and Nintendo 3DS

The Nintendo Switch games list has received three more titles this week. The news follows the latest eShop developments for consoles such as Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.

According to the latest additions to the Nintendo Switch games list, three new and most sought after titles are now added to the list. The new titles are available for all the fans worldwide. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has also been updated with the new Patch 1.1.1. the New update to Zelda: Breath of the Wild has reportedly fixed a major issue with the game.

The latest Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild update has reportedly fixed a major issue. Fans will now be able to enjoy the smooth gameplay without any glitches (Especially in Korok Forest). The new Zelda update will now be offering a pleasant gaming experience and better Frame Rates because of the latest update.

The three new title additions are the Neo Turf Masters, New Frontier Days: Founding Pioneers, and Othello. All of these games are available via the Nintendo eShop. You can have Neo Turf Masters for $8, New Frontier Days: Founding Masters for $10, and Othello for $5.

Another fantastic game is also going to be available for the Nintendo Switch games list in the next few days. This title is named as Has-Been Heroes. It’s an Action and Strategy game that was showcased at the Switch event in January. Upon the launch, the game will be available both Physically and Digitally for $20.

Another ACA NeoGeo title Metal Slug is also now available for all the Nintendo Switch fans via the eShop. With plenty of other great NeoGeo titles coming pout this week, Snake pass will also be available soon in the Nintendo eShop. As stated earlier, Has-Been Heroes is also going to make its debut on the Nintendo Switch this week.

So in a sense, Nintendo Switch fans are going to have a huge variety of different games to enjoy. All of these games will be available via the Nintendo eShop.

All the Wii U and Nintendo 3Ds fans will also be enjoying a number of new titles. These titles will also be available via the Nintendo eShop for both of the consoles.

For the Nintendo Wii U fans, Cube Life: Pixel Action Heroes is already available along with another blockbuster game Mutant Alien Moles of the Dead. Nintendo Wii U fans will have a number of more titles soon that are going to be available this week.

On Nintendo 3DS, Pick a Pix has now been available via the eShop. Six best titles for Nintendo 3DS also arrived this week. Some of the most anticipated Nintendo 3Ds titles are;

  • Urban Trial Freestyle 2
  • Go! Go! Kokopolo 3D
  • Super Destronaut 3D
  • Pinball Breakout
  • FIFTEEN

All of these titles are now available via the Nintendo eShop and fans can buy them at the most affordable rates worldwide.

Source: GameSpot

  • Christopher Wortman

    On one hand I am glad that they are taking their time to get good games out on the switch and not releasing buggy messes, but I feel that the Switch could have waited another month to get released. Zelda BOTW could have been released on Wii U right away and have that still be a launch title, or even a game you got with the system… I feel Nintendo is handling the Switch launch poorly.

    I mean sure they sold a ton, but you have the fence sitters seeing that there are no real games coming out just yet waiting and seeing. They did this before with the GameCube. You bought a gamecube, and had no games out for it, so it initially sold really well then flopped because by the time games came out for it people had moved onto other systems of the time like the Xbox and PS2, which already had a strong line of games out with regular releases.

    3DS games nobody cares about will not carry the system, and it feels like a vain attempt in keeping their current Switch owners engaged. It is still really early, and I am very excited to get my hands on the hardware, but with a Zelda game I already played on my Wii U, and no other games I care about coming out for over a year, I feel like my Wii U will get more usage. If Nintendo decides to kill Internet support early for the Wii U it will not make me buy a Switch any faster, but make me lose trust in the brand.

    Moreover with plastic scratchy screens, dead pixels, bad controllers that disconnect, I might as well wait a year for them to work out the bugs, and if they don’t release another version with a glass screen, a better LCD panel, and better controllers I will not be buying one at all. There are many other friends of mine who feel the same way. I feel this could be yet another gamecube, except that system was awesome and this one is terrible.

    • Alex Reis

      The system is awesome. I believe it will be more like thier handhelds, which got updates quite often (ds,dsi/lite, 3ds/xl). Most of these problems happen if you play it too long, or arn’t careful putting it in the dock. I’ve played 75+ hrs of zelda on mine and it’s had zero issues.

      Edit: just think if they ever update the joycons, you would be fine using your console and it would change the experience.

      Also most of the problems seem to be caused by that damn dock, I think they just need to fix that.

      • Christopher Wortman

        Quite right, thanks for the well thought out response. I should be able to play it as long as I want without any issues. Put your switch on a flat (clean) surface and look at it from the edge or side, you should be seeing a bulge or rocking from the heat warping the plastic.

        I feel the system should have been like 10mm thicker with better cooling, more battery, etc and it would not have these issues, gorilla glass for the screen, and a wire soldered into each joy con as an antenna, and sold it for $50 more, and people would still clamor over it.