Nintendo Download: Elder Scrolls: Blades

Also, Jay and Silent Bob: Mall Brawl

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This week has a few surprises, like Huntdown finally making an appearance on May 12, alongside of another shock: Elder Scrolls: Blades (which seems to have been delayed slightly).

Bethesda has been pretty mum about the latter for some time now in terms of when the Switch release would actually be happening, and now it’s buried at the very bottom of Nintendo’s weekly eShop lineup. Hopefully everything is above board, bug-wise!

Other headliners (as far as Nintendo is concerned) for this week are Void Bastards, SuperMash and Lonely Mountains: Downhill. Beyond that we’re back to a very strong week for the Switch eShop, with 36 new titles. Nintendo somehow is hitting that “30-40” mark in stride nearly every week.

Again, and I will not stop asking for this: we’re overdue for a Switch eShop overhaul. The amount of new features for the storefront have not kept up with the sheer number of games dumped on it.

  • Cloudbase Prime
  • Dark Burial
  • Feathery Ears
  • Finding Teddy 2 : Definitive Edition
  • Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted
  • Flatland Vol.1
  • Fledgling Heroes
  • Fury Unleashed
  • Gerritory
  • Ghost Files: Memory of a Crime
  • Gravity Rider Zero
  • Highrise Heroes: Word Challenge
  • Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms
  • Infinite – Beyond the Mind
  • Island Saver
  • Jay and Silent Bob: Mall Brawl
  • Jet Lancer
  • Megabyte Punch
  • Monochrome World
  • Our Two Bedroom Story
  • PONG Quest
  • Reed 2
  • Relic Hunters Zero: Remix
  • She Sees Red – Interactive Movie
  • Slayin 2
  • Spirit of the North
  • Super Mega Baseball 3
  • Task Force Kampas
  • Tennis Club Story
  • The Bullet: Time of Revenge
  • The Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game
  • The Elder Scrolls: Blades

    If you missed last week’s edition, here it is. For those who are interested, sales are going on for all platforms.

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