Nintendo Switch Download News May 27th 2022
- Highlights this week include: Kao the Kangaroo (release), My Little Pony: A Maretime Bay Adventure (release) and Sonic Origins Digital Deluxe (pre-order)
Here are some of this week’s highlights
Kao the Kangaroo (Tate Multimedia)
Kao the Kangaroo is a beautiful 3D platformer jam-packed with fun, exploration, adventure, and mystery! Join Kao, the feisty furball, as he embarks on an unforgettable quest to uncover the secrets surrounding the disappearance of his father. He’ll traverse rich environments, filled with hazards, puzzles, and foes. Each turn uncovers another clue as well as revealing a secret world bubbling under the surface.
My Little Pony
Bring magic back to Equestria and play with the new generation of My Little Pony characters, in an adventure full of fun, fashion and good friends! Earth Pony Sunny wants to make the world a better place by hosting Maretime Bay Day, a forgotten celebration of friendship and magic. But some pony is out to spoil the celebration—and they’re stealing cakes, letting bunnies loose, and even spoiling Pipp’s paintings! Only you can help Sunny throw the most magical celebration Equestria has ever seen. Use your magic to put on fashion shows, find the cutest animals, fly with the Pegasi and more.
Touken Ranbu Warriors (Koei Tecmo Europe)
“Touken Ranbu Warriors” is an action game that is a collaboration between the “spirits of blades” simulation game “Touken Ranbu – online” presented by DMM Games and Nitro Plus, and the thrilling “1 vs. 1,000” Warriors series of Koei Tecmo Games. “Touken Ranbu” is in 3D at last. Witness the most beautiful graphics in the history of the Warriors series. The Touken Danshi characters, which will be familiar to fans of the source material, rush about the battlefield in 3D. In addition to the thrilling action you expect from the Warriors series, you can enjoy battles with a plentiful variety of animations, such as battling together with a partner and dueling. Experience battles with the Touken Danshi that are both fierce and beautiful.
Arcade Archives Flipull (Hamster)
“Flipull” is a puzzle game released by Taito in 1989. Match up blocks with the same pattern within the time limit to eliminate them! Bring the number of blocks on each stage below the clear condition limit to proceed to the next stage. The “Arcade Archives” series has faithfully reproduced many classic Arcade masterpieces. Players can change various game settings such as game difficulty, and also reproduce the atmosphere of arcade display settings at that time. Players can also compete against each other from all over the world with their high scores. Please enjoy the masterpiece that built a generation for video games.
About Nintendo eShop
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