according to The collection of games available for the Nintendo Switch nearly doubled in size on Thursday as eight new games were added to the US eShop.
Each of the six Neo Geo games cost $7.99 and support up to two players, so if you’re desperate for more co-op (or competitive) Switch games, these might do the trick.
Don’t Miss : Two new Nintendo Switch bundles are now up for preorder at GameStopBlaster Master Zero ($9.99) is the most interesting addition of the bunch — a follow-up to the classic NES platformer from 1988.
Priced more like a full retail game, VOEZ features over 100 songs and three difficulty levels.
The final six titles are all ports of Neo Geo games: Nam-1975, The King of Fighters ‘98, Waku Waku 7, Shock Troopers, World Heroes Perfect and Metal Slug 3.
As it stated in Both of these events will heavily feature Mario in games like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for Nintendo Switch.
The Nintendo Switch games list is currently dominated by The Legend of Zelda, however, big new releases are planned for 2017.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is set to launch on April 28 on Nintendo Switch, however, the Japanese games giant has confirmed two events fans can play the game at.
If you’re headed to PAX East, definitely check out the Nintendo booth to get hands-on time with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
Both PAX East in Boston and Insomnia60 in Birmingham will include playable demos of the new racer.
Best Nintendo Switch games: Our favourite current and upcoming Switch games
As it stated in So without further ado, here are the Switch games we really can’t wait to our hands on.
After months of mystery, we can now buy the Nintendo Switch from various retailers in the UK.
It’s going to be “custom built for Nintendo Switch,” and EA is billing it as “the most immersive, social, and authentic sports game ever created for Nintendo players.”
Unlike those games however, this one doesn’t come bundled with any of the launch editions of the console, so you have to buy it separately – though for a slightly lower price than other Switch games have been so far.
Discover more of what we thought of the Switch’s best game in our Zelda review, or find out more and watch the incredible trailers in our Breath of the Wild news round-up.
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