Some of the best cheap eShop games on Nintendo Switch cost less than a fiver. Check out these awesome games if you’re looking for a great game on a budget.
Are you tired of how greedy Hearthstone feels? Maybe you’re sick of how RNG reliant it can be. Eternal features deep strategy on the same level with Magic: The Gathering in Hearthstone’s easy to parse format. The game is now free-to-play on Switch. Check out our guide on how to get 32 packs for free.
Looking for a new roguelike game to play on the Switch? Check out this list of some of the best roguelikes available on the platform.
Blasphemous is a masterful combination of Dark Souls-inspired gameplay with the sprawling world and lore we’ve come to expect in Metroidvania games.
An Indie World presentation gives us our first look at Cadence of Hyrule, the upcoming crossover between Crypt of the Necrodancer and The Legend of Zelda. Cadence of Hyrule is releasing next month.
Charming 8-bit Metroidvania Gato Roboto is hitting the Nintendo eShop this week. Take a cat on a robotic adventure through an alien world full of treacherous traps and use your feline instincts to survive and save your ship’s captain.
Monster Slayers is a roguelike deck-building game with eight player classes. Don’t let the game’s simple aesthetic fool you, it’s just as fun as the more well-known Slay the Spire.
Path To Mnemosyne is coming to Nintendo Switch on April 16. The unique puzzle adventure game takes place in a world of infinite zoom.
Guide a small sheep-cat through a world that can be changed with words. Solve complex puzzles by thinking outside the box. Baba Is Fun. Baba Is Puzzles. Baba Is You.
Several new games are available on the Nintendo eShop this week. Indie highlights include strange puzzler Baba Is You, Assault Android Cactus+, and Hard West.
Thea: The Awakening is a god-simulator mixed with a dash of 4X and survival with card-based combat. Not everything has to be solved with the edge of a blade, either.
Robothorium is a turn-based, tactical RPG that draws inspiration from games like XCOM and Darkest Dungeon. Lead your robots on a revolution by supporting one of five different factions.