The next batch of weekly releases for the Switch eShop is here! As usual, there’s a huge list of titles coming to the platform, with both small and large releases to pique your interest. Take a look at the full list for North America for the week of Feb. 9th, 2023 below.

  • Metroid Prime Remastered
  • Blanc – Available Feb. 14
  • Alice in Wonderland – A jigsaw puzzle tale
  • Arcade Archives PHELIOS
  • Beat Them Up – Box Simulator – Boxing Battle Fight Combat for Nintendo Switch Ultimate 2023
  • Box Roulette Simulator – Boxing Battle Fight Combat for Nintendo Switch
  • Brightstone Mysteries: The Others
  • Bumblebee – Little Bee Adventure
  • Chasing Light
  • Crime Map: Spot the Hidden Differences
  • Forgotton Anne – Available Feb. 13
  • Foxy’s Coin Hunt
  • Go! Go! PogoGirl – Available Feb. 10
  • Harvest Yuuka
  • Japanese Escape Games The Light and Mirror Room
  • Kart Crazy Race Simulator Game
  • Labyrinth of Galleria: The Moon Society – Available Feb. 14
  • Legion of Doom – Available Feb. 10
  • Looking for Aliens – Available Feb. 10
  • Match Ventures 2
  • Nadir: A Grimdark Deck Builder
  • NCL: USA Bowl
  • nPaint – Available Feb. 10
  • Perseverance: Complete Edition
  • Pocket Witch – Available Feb. 15
  • PowerWash Simulator
  • Ragdoll Rage: Heroes Arena – Available Feb. 10
  • Red Hands – 2 Player Games
  • Rhythm Sprout
  • Rob Riches
  • Samurai Warrior
  • Shark Attack: Fish Predator Ocean Sea Adventure Survival
  • Souls of Chronos – Available Feb. 14
  • Speedgunner Ultra – Available Feb. 10
  • Spy Bros. – Available Feb. 14
  • Street Racers
  • Swords & Bones Ultimate Edition
  • Ten Dates – Available Feb. 14
  • The Intership
  • Youmandriver – Available Feb. 10
[Nintendo PR]

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1+ y ago

I think I'm gonna get Metroid Prime since I haven't played it since the Gamecube era. But I'll probably wait until the cartridge version.

I hope it has gyro aiming.


1+ y ago


It has all sorts of gyro aiming options :)
(Though pointer has some edge cases that aren't great *if you want to use handheld mode, and individual joy-con functionality has a core issue that makes either the pro controller or the slide-in attachment a bit more ideal in some cases.)
The team worked really hard on them, so I hope you enjoy!

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Thanks for filling me in! I'm really happy to hear about this!

This is exactly what I wanted to know! Now I'll actually get this game =) Let's see if my backlog can keep me waiting for the physical release!

Thanks a huge fucking bunch, Mattdog!!!!