Nintendo eShop Releases This Week: 2nd January 2020 (North America)

BATTOJUTSU Screenshot

This week’s Nintendo eShop releases for North America are in, delivering new games for Nintendo Switch – as well as plenty of discounts across all platforms.

Nintendo eShop Sales

Great deals this week! Check out the full list of deals available this week on Nintendo of America’s website.

Nintendo Switch Games

BATTOJUTSU, Caerux – $4.99
Simple Fighting Game. Player need to push buttons faster than the other players. The player can choose 3 difficulty level and Player can play  easily.

Blackmoor 2, Four Fats – $9.99 (available Monday 6th January)
Experience a platformer with genre-defining beat-em-up combat based on classics from the 90s. Journey through the world via story mode or traverse player-made dungeons with up to 4 players co-operative play! Or if you wish, challenge your friends to an old school style street fight in the VS mode!

Croc’s World 3, Sprakelsoft – $4.99
Croc’s World 3 is a really nice jump ‘n’ run with 60 incredible levels and many challenging enemies!

Link-a-Pix Deluxe, Lightwood Games – $7.99
Link-a-Pix is a clue-linking puzzle where every grid has a picture hidden inside. The aim is to reveal the picture by painting paths to link the clues. Connect pairs of clues which have the same colour and number. The number shows the length of the line which will connect them.

Nurse Love Addiction, DEGICA – $39.99
Follow Asuka Osachi; a ditzy girl training to be a nurse at Teito Nursing School. Experience her story as she and her classmates, discover love, medicine, and adulthood.

Nurse Love Syndrome, DEGICA – $39.99
In a fantasy Japan, where womanly love is the norm, and a nurse can heal others with a touch of her hands, enjoy the visual novel of womanly love and medicine.

Ultimate Racing 2D, Applimazing – $9.99 (available Monday 6th January)
Ultimate Racing 2D is the ultimate top-down racing game, with 35 racing classes, over 45 tracks, career mode, championship mode and local multiplayer.

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