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This week’s Switch eShop charts are as follows:

Software

1. Splatoon 2
2. Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition
3. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
4. Overcooked: Special Edition
5. Snipperclips
6. Implosion – Never Lose Hope
7. Zelda: Breath of the Wild
8. Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove
9. Death Squared
10. ARMS
11. NBA Playgrounds
12. Mighty Gunvolt Burst
13. GoNNER
14. Kamiko
15. Oceanhorn
16. Blaster Master Zero
17. Puyo Puyo Tetris
18. Shantae: Half-Genie Hero
19. Levels+: Addictive Puzzle Game
20. ACA NeoGeo Metal Slug 2

Source: Switch eShop

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Namco Museum won’t be out until tomorrow in North America and Europe, but it is already available in Japan. Watch some footage below.

Ekoro has arrived in Mighty Gunvolt Burst as the latest DLC character. For a look at her in action, view the video below.

Infinite Minigolf was originally supposed to launch on the Switch eShop earlier this week. If you checked the store though, you may have noticed that it’s nowhere to be found.

Infinite Minigolf has been delayed, but thankfully, only be a few days. Zen Studios confirmed on Twitter that tomorrow is the new release date.


It’s unclear why Infinite Minigolf didn’t arrive on Switch earlier this week. We’ll just have to be happy with the fact that the delay is short.

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Chucklefish posted a brief update for Wargroove on the official blog today. For the latest overview, we’re given a brief introduction to biomes.

Biomes allow for variety with the same type of map. Even though the layout is the same, the environments are unique. Chucklefish says that the team has “been thinking about what sort of gameplay implications biomes should have, and we’ll share details once we have something more concrete.”

Here’s a look at some biomes:

Super Sidekicks is the newest NeoGame available for Switch via the eShop. Take a look at some footage below.

Action Henk developer RageSquid and publisher No More Robots have announced Descenders. The extreme downhill freeriding game should be on Switch sometime next year.

No More Robots says Descenders is “Skate on bikes”. It features procedurally generated worlds, a deep physics system, and a focus on point-scoring tricks.

You’ll be able to choose from one of three teams and earn exclusive gear based on your selection. At the end of each month, prizes will be handed out to the top team on the leaderboard.

Watch the first trailer for Descenders below.

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With Namco Museum officially hitting the Switch eShop tomorrow, Bandai Namco has published a launch trailer for the digital download. You can view it below.

Isometric adventure game Lumo is making its way to Switch. In a tweet sent out today, creator Garth Noyce showed the game running on the system.

Noyce later said that Lumo’s upcoming Switch release is “basically identical to the PS4 version. Including the post (bloom, ssao etc). Feels fantastic playing it handheld”.

We’ve included more details about Lumo as well as a trailer below.

Golf Story caught the attention of many Switch owners when it was announced in May. But since the reveal a few months ago, we haven’t seen much from the game. That will be changing soon.

Sidebar Games confirmed on Twitter that Golf Story remains on track for the summer. We’ll also be getting more news “soonish.”

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