Also, Rayman 3
The Switch keeps the hits coming week by week, even if they’re multi-platform releases at this point. It’s a fairly light offering with Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap and Fatal Fury, but the pace has been better than the Wii U and 3DS eShops comparatively around their launch.
3DS and Wii U are the big platforms though, with the former getting Breakout Defense, Urban Trial Freestyle 2, Ping Pong Trick Shot 2, and Don’t Crash Go. The Wii U will host the release of Booty Diver, Orbit, MOP: Operation Cleanup, Zombeer, Rayman 3, and Rayman Advance.