Nintendo Switch gets 4 new eShop games to download

The Switch is beginning off 2018 with four brand-new video games that are arriving on the eShop today. This is quite a small eShop upgrade compared with a few of the massive ones we received at the end of 2017, so the Change is beginning the year with more of a whisper than a bang. Nonetheless, if you're looking for a new game to play on your Change, you might desire to take a look at one of these 4 titles.The first video game arriving on the Switch eShop today is Rock 'n Racing Grand Prix. This$ 7.99 video game assures"reasonable driving physics"with some degree of cars and truck modification, however more or less appears to be a fairly straightforward indie racing title. The isometric viewpoint gives Rock n'Racing Grand Prix an RC Pro AM feel, which is absolutely a plus in my book.Switch owners can likewise look forward to Pic-a-Pix Deluxe, which is also$7.99. This is an image crossword game that boasts over 300 puzzles, and when taken with Picross S, it seems that the Change is developing into an appealing platform for the Picross enthusiast. Now we just require a Nintendo-themed Picross game and we're all set.We also have Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure Deluxe, which is somewhat more expensive than the rest at$ 15.99 and supports as much as six gamers in local co-op, allowing you to host 3v3(and even 5v1 )dodgeball matches. Rounding the list of brand-new Changevideo games today is ACA NEOGEO King of Monsters for $7.99, a port of the 1991 SNK title that has you fighting as Godzilla-sized beasts throughout Japan.If, on the other hand, you're using 3DS, there isn't a great deal for you today, but exactly what's brand-new is certainly huge. Nintendo has actually launched a demonstration variation of Kirby Fight Royale on the 3DS, offering you the opportunity to try the game prior to it introduces later on this month. While not a mainline Kirby title, it's tough to withstand that little puffball, so don't be amazed to see Kirby Battle Royale get some love from fans when it introduces on January 19.