Nintendo Switch Adds Five New Games This Week, Including Binding Of Isaac
The eShop expands a bit further.
Update: It turns out there's another game--NeoGeo title The King of Fighters '94--out on Switch today along with those mentioned below.
Switch owners looking for something new to play will soon have a few new options following the next update to the system's eShop.
Following its delay, The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ arrives tomorrow, March 17, for $40. This includes the base game and everything up through the Afterbirth+ expansion, which added a ton of new items, a new boss, a new chapter, and a lot more.
Also launching are Switch ports of several classic indie games. Human Resource Machine, Little Inferno, and World of Goo are all now available on the system for $10 each. These are listed on Nintendo's website as debuting today, March 16, although they don't appear to be live on the eShop just yet.
None of these may be especially recent--with the exception of Afterbirth+, which only debuted at the beginning of the year--but they are all solid games worth a look if you've missed them before.
The Switch's launch lineup was maligned for having little beyond The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Shovel Knight, and Snipperclips, though we have since seen Blaster Master Zero released. Nintendo has also teased what appears to be a quality lineup of indie games, some of which are coming soon.