Nintendo Download: No More Heroes 3

Nintendo Download: No More Heroes 3

Also, Spelunky 1+2

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This week on the eShop is jam-packed! First up we have No More Heroes 3, and beyond our recap of the series, you can bet we’ll have more on that launch going forward, so stay tuned.

Beyond Travis’ return (second or third return at this point depending on how you look at it), we also have the indomitable Spelunky series dropping on Switch. That’s literally Spelunky 1 and 2, which Nintendo notes “must be purchased separately on the Shop.” There’s no bundle or special dual release here, it’s just both of them dropping at once nice and neatly.

Oh, and don’t forget Baldo, that Ghibli-like adventure game that a bunch of people have been anticipating for a while, on top of the game KeyWe, and everything else below. But seriously, No More Heroes 3! This is going to be a pretty fun week for Switch owners.

  • Alveole
  • Arcade Archives VANDYKE
  • Cape’s Escape Game 3rd Room
  • Checkers for Kids
  • CRASH: Autodrive
  • Dark Thrones
  • DOOM Slayers Collection
  • Eternal Hope
  • Garden Paws
  • Green Phoenix
  • Hammer 2 Reloaded
  • Have a Blast
  • Hermitage: Strange Case Files
  • Inked: A Tale of Love
  • Instant Farmer
  • Jessika
  • Lamentum
  • Magnus Failure
  • May’s Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville
  • Monster Harvest
  • Night Flight
  • Off The Road Unleashed
  • One-Eyed Lee and the Dinner Party
  • Orbibot – Available Aug. 27
  • Pretty Girls Panic!
  • Prinny Presents NIS Classics Volume 1: Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle Remastered / Soul Nomad & the World Eaters
  • Ravva and the Cyclops Curse
  • Rustler
  • Secret Neighbor
  • Shark Pinball
  • Space Marshals 2
  • The Magnificent Trufflepigs
  • Thea 2: The Shattering
  • Titans Black Ops
  • Trash Sailors
  • Wildbus
  • Witch Hunter

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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