Nintendo Download: GrimGrimoire OnceMore

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A great NIS game is coming back in style to usher in this week of the Nintendo eShop, and it’s none other than GrimGrimoire OnceMore. If the title didn’t clue you in, this is a new version of 2007’s GrimGrimoire (which, in classic Vanillaware/NIS fashion around that time, was a PS2 exclusive). It’s actually out on April 4, and we’ll have a review for you to peruse around launch time.

What’s on the horizon for the Nintendo Switch?

That’s it for this week really in terms of marquee releases.

So what’s next for Nintendo? Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp is out on April 21, but everyone is just sort of waiting for Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom to hit on May 12. Expect that entire month to be dominated by Zelda!

Nintendo Download: GrimGrimoire OnceMore Edition

  • A Light in the Dark
  • Air Hockey Arcade: Casual Board Game
  • Anyaroth: The Queen’s Tyranny
  • Arcade Archives BONZE ADVENTURE
  • Arcane Vale 
  • Assault Suits Valken DECLASSIFIED
  • Billy 101
  • Blade Assault 
  • Bone’s Cafe
  • BookyPets Legends
  • Boreal Tenebrae Deluxe
  • Bounce Journey
  • Crime Busters: Strike Area
  • Dashing Orange
  • Doodle World Deluxe
  • Dungeons & Dragons Bundle
  • Figment 1 + Figment 2
  • Formula Retro Racing: World Tour
  • IDEA
  • Kana Quest
  • Kitty Rainbow 
  • Like Dreamer
  • Magic World: Unravel the Magic
  • MiniCar Extreme Car Driving Racing (Truck, Suv, Sedan, Cars)
  • Nefasto’s Misadventure: Meeting Noeroze
  • Norn9: Var Commons
  • Orebody: Binder’s Tale
  • Panda’s Village
  • Papertris
  • Pocket Academy 3
  • Rafa’s World + Axolotl + .cat Milk
  • Ratyboy Adventures
  • Road 96: Mile 0
  • Saga of Sins
  • Shukuchi Ninja
  • Squares and Numbers
  • Stones Keeper
  • SUBNET – Escape Room Adventure
  • The Hero with a Thousand Arms
  • The Last Worker
  • Ultimate Anime Jigsaw Puzzle
  • Voice of Cards Trilogy
  • Xiaomei and the Flame Dragon’s Fist
  • Yukiiro Sign

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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