A Huge Capcom Sale And A Classic Platformer In HD Come To Nintendo Eshop
In the wake of this morning’s Nintendo Direct Mini, four new games were surprise-launched--here's everything else slated to release this week.
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger fans will be excited for the release of the HD remaster on March 31, while the HD remaster was first released on Steam in 2016, it is finally coming to the Nintendo Switch after a long four years. The port of this GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox 3D platforming game is sure to bring back some of that early 2000s nostalgia for many of us, with countless hours of our childhoods devoted to finding those elusive thunder eggs.
One of the titles announced in this morning’s Direct was Bravely Default 2, with a demo available for download now on the Nintendo Eshop. Arms is free to play for a limited time for Nintendo Switch Online members too--jump in before April 6 to celebrate an Arms character being introduced to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in June.
Here is a full list of every Nintendo Switch game releasing this week on the Eshop:
- Giganotosaurus The Game
- Children of Zodiarcs
- One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4
- Saints Row IV: Re-elected
- Duck Souls+
- What The Box?
- The Complex
- Bubble Bobble 4 Friends
- Zombie Army Trilogy
- Operencia: The Stolen Sun
- Treachery in Beatdown City
- TY the Tasmanian Tiger HD
- Stones of the Revenant
- Totally Reliable Delivery Service
- Rascal Fight
- Pocket Harvest
- Junk Jack
- Horror Bundle Vol. 1
- MazM: Jekyll and Hyde
- Curious Expedition
- Lost Artifacts
- The Otterman Empire
Capcom is also running a sale on some of their biggest hits for the Nintendo Switch and 3DS this week, with big deals on major titles up for grabs.
- Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen - $19.99
- OKAMI HD - $11.99
- Resident Evil 4 - $19.99
- Mega Man 11 - $14.99
- Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (3DS) - $8.99
- Resident Evil Revelations (3DS) - $7.99
These deals will expire at 11:59 PM PT on March 30, so get these deals while you still can.
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