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This week’s Switch eShop charts are as follows:


1. Rocket League
2. Super Mario Odyssey
3. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
4. Stardew Valley
5. Xenoblade Chronicles 2
6. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
7. Overcooked: Special Edition
8. Zelda: Breath of the Wild
9. Uno
10. Battle Chef Brigade
11. I Am Setsuna
12. Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition
13. The Jackbox Party Pack 4
14. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
15. Sonic Mania
16. Snipperclips
17. Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap
18. Resident Evil Revelations 2
19. Resident Evil Revelations
20. Worms W.M.D

Source: Switch eShop


A few new games out came out this week on the various eShops. If you’re interested in checking out what’s new in screenshot form, take a look at the gallery below.

Slain: Back From Hell is landing on the Switch eShop next week. Get a look at some footage in the video below.

FDG Entertainment has confirmed that Blossom Tales will be available on Switch sometime this month. Although a specific date hasn’t been announced yet, we should have that news soon.

We also have a look at what the Switch icon looks like for Blossom Tales. It’s pictured above.

Here’s the news straight from FDG:

Thanks to m_t for the tip.

Mutant Mudds Collection is launching December 14 on Switch, developer Jools Watsham has announced.

Switch owners can begin pre-loading on December 7. By doing so, they can save 33%. Mutant Mudds Collection will normally cost $14.99 / £10.99 / €12.99, but can be pre-ordered for only $9.99 / £7.29 / €8.69.

Rogue Trooper Redux has received a new update. If you’ve downloaded the game, the new 1.01 patch can be applied.

We’ve posted the full patch notes below. Rebellion implemented a few improvements and fixes to different aspects of the game.

Creative Bytes is bringing Embers of Mirrim to Switch next week as an eShop download. Take a look at the video below for a look at it in action.

Cat Quest recently landed on Switch as an eShop download. It’s also available on a few other platforms as well.

At least on Switch, Cat Quest is doing very well. The Gentlebros CEO Desmond Wong says that the first two weeks of sales on the console have “definitely outpaced” both Steam and mobile.

Desmond also confirmed that Cat Quest is selling equally well in North America, Europe, and Japan on the eShop. It may be doing just a bit better in Japan, where it was the third best-selling Switch game on the eShop at one point.


Another third-party Switch game now supports video capture. Graceful Explosion Machine received its latest update today, adding in the functionality.

Make sure your game is updated to version 1.1.3. You should then be able to record footage like other supported Switch releases.


A listing on the North American Switch eShop reveals that Bleed is coming to Switch. Digerati will be publishing the game on December 14 for $14.99.

Bleed, an action-platformer in which you run, jump, and shoot your way through various levels, originally debuted in 2013. It has since started reaching new systems over the past few months, with Switch up next.

We have more information and a trailer below:

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