This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following content:
- Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack
- Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards – In this colorful 3D platformer – the first and only Kirby game on Nintendo 64 and the Nintendo 64 – Nintendo Switch Online library! – players guide Kirby on an adventure across planet Ripple Star, using classic Copy Abilities to overcome obstacles and defeat enemies. You can even blast, bash and dash with friends in three separate four-player minigames – 100-Yard Hop, Bumper Crop Bump and Checkerboard Chase! Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards will arrive on Nintendo Switch by flying star for players with a Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Packmembership on May 20.
- Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch
- Touken Ranbu Warriors – This action game 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 from KOEI TECMO GAMES. The Touken Danshi, 15 blades incarnate who had been drifting aimlessly without a Saniwa master, are suddenly attacked by the History Retrograde Army. After the battle, they are assigned by the Government of the Time to undertake “onslaught investigations.” The masterless blades have no choice but to depart for the chaotic world of the Sengoku Era, whose history had already begun to be altered. Touken Ranbu Warriors and Touken Ranbu Warriors Digital Deluxe Edition will be available on May 24.
- DEADCRAFT – Welcome to DEADCRAFT, a new twist on the zombie survival-action genre! In a world ravaged by a deadly virus, the half-zombie Reid must survive not only by battling hordes of the undead with anything he can get his hands on – including axes and weedwhackers – but by also growing some zombie followers of his own. Choose your allies and enemies wisely as you try to make it through the apocalypse alive! DEADCRAFT and DEADCRAFT Deluxe Edition are available now in Nintendo eShop.
- Digital Spotlight
- Mario Golf: Super Rush – Practice your swing and hit the green with Mario and friends in Mario Golf: Super Rush! The Mario Golf: Super Rush game features several local* and online** multiplayer modes, including Speed Golf, which finds players teeing off at the same time, Standard Golf and the action-packed Battle Golf. Solo players can also enjoy the exciting single-player Golf Adventure and Solo Challenge modes. Simple motion or button controls make it easy for both new players and seasoned pros to drive and putt. For even more golf fun, keep an eye out this fall for the free Golf update to the Nintendo Switch Sports game! Mario Golf: Super Rush is available now in Nintendo eShop.
Nintendo eShop sales:
- Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
- Check out the full list of deals available this week at https://www.nintendo.com/store/sales-and-deals.
- Cool Off With Sporty Style – The Nintendo Switch Sports – Spocco Square Cooling Towel reward is coming! This new reward is inspired by Spocco Square, the sprawling sports complex where all the competitions are held in the Nintendo Switch Sports game. This sporty and stylish towel is handy for keeping your head in the game, wicking away sweat or cooling off during your next match! For more information, please visit https://my.nintendo.com.
- Discover the Sports of Spocco Square – View and learn about all six sports in the Nintendo Switch Sports game in this My Nintendo mission! Visit the Nintendo Switch Sports official site and tackle this mission to earn 100 My Nintendo Platinum Points.*** For more information, please visit https://nintendoswitchsports.nintendo.com/en/sports/.
Also new this week in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch:
- amazin’ George Remastered
- Amazing Superhero Squad – Available May 25
- Ampersat – Available May 20
- Arcade Archives FIGHTING HAWK
- Arcade Archives PRO TENNIS WORLD COURT
- Blow & Fly – Available May 25
- Construction Machines SIM: Bridges, buildings and constructor trucks simulator
- Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2/3 Bundle!!
- Cotton Fantasy – Available May 20
- Doctor Hospital: Hypocondriac Simulator
- Dog’s Donuts
- Equestrian Training
- Flatout Pixel Racing
- Flippin Kaktus
- Galacticon – Available May 22
- Goetia 2
- Guild of Dungeoneering Ultimate Edition
- Invasion Waves
- Isekai Bride Hunting
- Japanese NEKOSAMA Escape -The Mountain Cottage-
- Kiddy Memory
- Kid’s Art Coloring Book
- Let’s Get Fit
- Mahjong: Magic Casual Puzzle
- Maximillion Fortress
- Paradise Island Driver
- PigShip and the Giant Wolf – Available May 20
- Pixel Game Maker Series LAB
- Puzzle Collection – Available May 20
- Red White Yellow Stingray
- Salad Bar Tycoon Extended Edition
- SHMUP MANIA
- SNOW BROS. SPECIAL
- Source of Madness
- The Future You’ve Been Dreaming Of
- The Legend of the Dragonflame Highschool Collection – Available May 20
- The Rusty Sword: Vanguard Island
- There Will Be No Turkey This Christmas
- They Always Run
- Top Speed 2: Drag Rivals & Nitro Racing
- Source: Nintendo of America
I hate this website layout. Its cold and empty and having to click in and out of articles is archaic and uninspiring. I used to visit every day but now I frankly dont want to enage. I apologise that this isnt the “right” place to bring it up and has nothing to do with the article, but I can’t be bothered to hunt down an appropriate space.
I went for a grid-based layout (it was a grid based layout before, so not sure what you mean?) so you don’t have to scroll down through full written posts that you are not interested in.
I like the grid well enough. I find the frequent white-on-white with no borders slightly offputting. Like it feels like there’s supposed to be more design to the design and it just isn’t loading.
I don’t know if that’s an actual problem or if anyone else gets that sense. Just giving feedback.
If you click the crescent moon icon you can change the site theme to dark mode. I use it in dark mode :)
I honestly actually like it, especially with how you can go straight to comments to see what everyone’s up to or their opinions and views on the lastest info we get on here, its defintely alot easier to skip over sales or interviews from sakurai or reggie since that barely interests me.
Nothing wrong with the layout imo and the articles are very well written and informative. I usually couldn’t careless about the layout until your everyday random. I don’t think anyplace is appropriate to criticise these fine upstanding bloggers who bring us the most current and present news on a daily basis. Everyones a critic, i for one am the exception. Sure Nintendo fanboys might correct every detail including grammar and if they don’t already know they Google the correct answer, but I’ve come to expect it. I’ve come to expect that some random fanboy will analyze every detail and correct every thing.