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This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content:
- Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch
- One Finger Death Punch 2 – The world’s fastest brawler is back. Experience cinematic kung fu in the most epic stickman fighter ever made. Staying true to the original game, you play with only two buttons, using speed and precision to maintain control in a whirlwind of frenzied fighting. One Finger Death Punch 2 will be available on Feb. 26.
- Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection – The reploid in red’s stellar lineup of side-scrolling action games is now on the Nintendo Switch system! Mega Man Zero 1, 2, 3 and 4, as well as Mega Man ZX and ZX Advent, all appear in this collection, along with Casual Scenario Mode and a Save-Assist feature for those who would like to enjoy the story at their own pace. Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection will be available on Feb. 25.
- Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition – Set before the events of the original Devil May Cry game, this action classic sees Dante facing off against his twin brother, Vergil, who has designs on unlocking a gate to the demonic realm, to which Dante himself holds the key. This edition includes the ability to play as Vergil, and even includes extra bonus features exclusive to Nintendo Switch, such as local co-op for the game’s Bloody Palace mode, as well as on-the-fly combat style switching and weapon switching.
- Super Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online*
- Pop’n TwinBee – The sixth game in the TwinBee series, this vertically scrolling shooter takes place in a cute, poppy setting. TwinBee and WinBee hear that the great Dr. Murdock has lost his wits, so they set off to return him to his normal self. This game was originally released in Japan and Europe in 1993, but this will be its first release in the U.S. Pop’n TwinBee is available now.
- Smash – In Smash Tennis, the controls may be simple, but there’s plenty of room for skill! With strong shots, weak shots, lobs and eight different court types, you can develop all sorts of approaches, unlocking the deep strategies of tennis. This game was originally released in Japan in 1993 and Europe in 1994, but this will be its first release in the U.S. Smash Tennis is available now.
- Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online*
- Shadow of the Ninja – In the midst of disorder and oppression, two shadow warriors rise to the people’s cry for help. Choose to play as one of two ninja masters from the Iga clan as they infiltrate enemy front lines. Master tactics of stealth as you acquire additional weapons and power-ups in order to overthrow an evil emperor and destroy his wicked empire, solo or with a friend. Shadow of the Ninja is available now.
- Eliminator Boat Duel – In this powerboat racing game, get behind the wheel of one of the fastest machines on the water to earn boatloads of in-game cash. Drivers earn thousands of dollars for competing, and you’ll use your winnings to repair and upgrade your boat to push your competitive edge to its maximum. A little aggression goes a long way – just try not to get sunk yourself, or you’ll be swimming back to dry land. Eliminator Boat Duel is available now.
Also new this week in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch:
- A Sound Plan
- Arcade Archives SASUKE VS COMMANDER
- ARCADE FUZZ – Available Feb. 25
- Blood Breed – Available Feb. 21
- Blood will be Spilled
- Brief Battles – Available Feb. 21
- Ciel Fledge: A Daughter Raising Simulator – Available Feb. 21
- Corridor Z
- Dark Tower: RPG Dungeon Puzzle – Available Feb. 21
- Double Dragon & Kunio-kun: Retro Brawler Bundle
- Edgar – Bokbok in Boulzac – Available Feb. 26
- Ego Protocol: Remastered – Available Feb. 21
- Fishing Adventure – Available Feb. 21
- Go All Out!
- Hayfever – Available Feb. 25
- King Lucas – Available Feb. 21
- Knightin’+ – Available Feb. 21
- Last Encounter – Available Feb. 21
- Lines XL
- MathLand – Available Feb. 24
- Otherworldly – Available Feb. 21
- Project Starship
- Rune Factory 4 Special – Available Feb. 25
- SAMURAI SHODOWN – Available Feb. 25
- SEGA AGES Puyo Puyo 2
- Speed Dating for Ghosts
- Sudoku Relax 4 Winter Snow
- The Unholy Society – Available Feb. 25
- Tower of Babel – no mercy – Available Feb. 21
- Two Point Hospital – Available Feb. 25
- UBERMOSH:OMEGA – Available Feb. 21
- Uncharted Tides: Port Royal
- Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r]
- Vasilis – Available Feb. 26
- Vitamin Connection
Also new this week in Nintendo eShop on Wii U:
- Space Hunted: The Lost Levels
*Nintendo Switch Online membership (sold separately) and Nintendo Account required. Not available in all countries. Internet access required for online features.
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In addition to video games available at retail stores, Nintendo also offers a variety of content that people can download directly to their systems. Nintendo adds new games weekly to Nintendo eShop, which offers a variety of options for the Nintendo Switch console, the Wii U console and the Nintendo 3DS family of systems.
Nintendo eShop is a cash-based service that features a wide variety of content, including new and classic games, applications and demos. Users can add money to their account balances by using a credit card or purchasing a Nintendo eShop Card at a retail store and entering the code from the card. All funds from one card must be loaded in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, Wii U or the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, but can be used in any Nintendo eShop if the systems are linked to a single Nintendo Account.
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