We’re so close to the next generation: but Nintendo doesn’t care!
For them, “next-gen” arrived three years ago, but truthfully, Nintendo kind of skates around the idea of “generations” anyway. They do what they do, they (generally) sell a ton of consoles and first-party software, then they do their own thing yet again. The Switch has been executing that strategy to aplomb with strong hardware and software sales.
Speaking of software, this week sees the release of Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin and Fuser on November 10. The third-party support for the Switch continues, while Nintendo itself is gearing up for a major release soon enough with Age of Calamity on November 20. Soon!
Here’s a full rundown of everything else:
- 8-Bit Farm
- Adventure Llama
- Arcade Archives 64th. STREET
- Battle Hunters
- Café Enchanté
- Car Driving School Simulator
- Chess Minimal
- Chicken Police – Paint it RED!
- Choices That Matter: And The Sun Went Out
- Dragon Lapis
- Fantasy Tavern Sextet -Vol.1 New World Days-
- Iris and the Giant
- L.O.L. Surprise! Remix: We Rule The World
- My Little Dog Adventure
- My Riding Stables 2: A New Adventure
- Outbreak The Nightmare Chronicles
- PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay
- Re:Turn – One Way Trip
- Red Rope: Don’t Fall Behind +
- Salad Bar Tycoon
- Seven Knights -Time Wanderer-
- Slots of the Season
- Speed 3: Grand Prix
- Tennis World Tour 2
- The Pew Pew Bundle Vol. 1
- Trail Boss BMX
- Tropico 6 – Nintendo Switch Edition
- What The Fork
- World Of Solitaire
The 3DS lives! It’s getting Bricks Defender 3.