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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 July 11th, 2024 below.

  • Anomaly Pools
  • Ballz – Available July 12
  • Bleach Brave Souls
  • B-PROJECT RYUSEI*FANTASIA – Available July 15
  • Busway Islands – Puzzle
  • Casino Tycoon Simulator – Available July 13
  • Danger Stunt Drive: Extreme Racing Simulator
  • Darkest Dungeon II – Available July 15
  • Deathchron – Available July 12
  • Deliver Us The Moon – Available July 16
  • DROS
  • Editor’s Hell – Newspaper Story
  • EGGCONSOLE POPFUL MAIL PC-8801mkIISR
  • Falling Number – Available July 13
  • Fantasy Saga Frenzy – Available July 12
  • Gluck
  • Hamster Playground
  • HoneyLand
  • Hot Lap Racing – Available July 16
  • Jetpack Race
  • Let’s Aim! Shooting Gallery
  • Let’s Journey
  • Let’s School – Available July 16
  • Lunch Box Ready – Available July 12
  • Moonshine Inc.
  • Muv-Luv Alternative Remastered
  • Muv-Luv Remastered
  • My Virtual Pet
  • Naheulbeuk’s Dungeon Master
  • Neckbreak
  • Night Reverie
  • Offroad Truck Simulator – Available July 12
  • OGRE TALE -鬼譚-
  • Over Horizon X Steel Empire – Available July 17
  • Parasol Stars – The Story of Bubble Bobble III
  • Primal Survivors
  • Princess Maker 2 Regeneration
  • Project Drift Japan Challenge – Available July 14
  • Prune & Milo
  • Puzzle Playground – Available July 14
  • Return To Abyss – Available July 16
  • Robin Hood: Shogun Samurai – Available July 13
  • RPM – Road Punk Mayhem – Available July 17
  • Shy Dogs Hidden Orchestra – Available July 12
  • siMarket Supermarket Simulator – Available July 12
  • Stories From The Outbreak – Available July 16
  • Sunlight Scream
  • Toon Roads : Superbike
  • Vac Attack – Available July 13
  • Vacuum Ball
  • WEJAM
[Nintendo PR]

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styster

9d ago

It's hard to pay attention to all these North American releases when I know that there's a batch of European masterpieces right around the corner...