Nintendo Switch EShop Adds Five More Games

Lego City Undercover and more coming to the Switch eShop.


Update: Alpha Mission II and Vroom in the Night Sky have also been added to the eShop.

Original story follows.

Nintendo Switch's library has grown a little bigger this week, with the release of three more games to the Switch eShop.

The biggest of the three is Lego City Undercover (US $60 / £50), which launched for Wii U back in 2013 before coming to Nintendo Switch (as well as PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC) on April 4 (April 7 in Europe, April 12 in Australia). The game's file size comes in at 8.8 GB, and despite an earlier report, you won't need to download an extra 13 GB to play the game.

Next up is geometric shoot-'em-up Graceful Explosion Machine (US $13 / £10), which is out now--as is the third title, a demo for Just Dance 2017 (free).

We enjoyed Lego City Undercover on its original release--critic Kevin VanOrd said few games are as good at "making you feel so young at heart." For more, check out our full Lego City Undercover review.

New games keep coming for the Nintendo Switch: last week saw a trio of games--as did the previous week--while the week before that was headlined by the launch of The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+.

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