Hope you guys are in a strange mood, cause this is a odd Nintendo Download. Not the same as bad, mind you, but definitely odd. There’s two very eclectic featured titles, new content comes to Nintendo Switch Online, DLC for a well known fighter and more. But let’s start with two games I never thought I’d see back to back on a Nintendo console.

Nintendo Download | Minecraft Dungeons

Minecraft was PC only for so long that I’m still a bit confused when I see it on consoles. And I’m not even one of the people that plays it, but that doesn’t mean I don’t know about it. Today we’re getting something called Minecraft Dungeons. Honestly, this might be the first Minecraft game I play. It’s a dungeon crawler solo or with friends, and it reminds me a lot of Riverbond. Eerily so. But that doesn’t mean Minecraft Dungeons isn’t fun in its own right. The other game is one I can almost guarantee I’ll never play, and it’s called WHAT THE GOLF? Long story short, I don’t really care about sports, but I at least acknowledge the athleticism of most athletes. Not so in golf, the rich person’s sport. But if you like hitting tiny white balls with clubs, and want golf with silly physics and crazy mayhem, you might enjoy this. Hell, maybe I would too. But I’m not finding out anytime soon. Next up, let’s continue the Nintendo Download with the latest titles to grace Nintendo Switch Online.

Nintendo Download | What the Golf

Nintendo Switch Online

  • Wild Guns – The Kid gang and their army of robots have taken over! Blast your way through villainous outlaws, diabolical robots and towering, screen-filling bosses. Fortunately, you’ve got plenty of moves to help you survive the firepower headed your way. You’ll need a sharp eye and quick-on-the-draw reflexes to survive on your own. Or team up with a friend and go out blazing in two-player co-op.
  • Panel de Pon – As the stack of puzzle pieces rises, think fast to match panels and set off cascading chain reactions and combos. You’ll have to make strategic choices quickly to counteract the relentless competitor attacks from above. A selection of single-player and two-player modes and options provides escalating action and zippy fun. This title originally launched for the Super Famicom in 1995, but this is the first time this version of the game will be available in the U.S. Though this title was never translated into English, it may seem familiar!
  • Operation Logic Bomb – Agent Logan has been fitted with bioelectronic implants that grant him superior strength, reflexes and analytical abilities. He’s been charged with a mission to save the Subspace Particle Transfer Project. Now it’s up to him to infiltrate, neutralize the intruders and rescue the scientists in a top-down shooter with giant bosses and frenzied action that doesn’t let up.
  • Rygar – An old legend proclaimed, “When the peaceful land is covered with evil spirits, a brave soldier will be brought to life from the dead.” Luckily, Rygar, the mythical hero from Argus, has arrived in order to defeat the evil king Ligar and his army of dangerous beasts. Join forces with Rygar for a hybrid action-adventure game with a distinct blend of platforming and role-playing elements!

Nintendo Download | The Persistence

But that’s not all! Fans of fatalities might enjoy the following new DLC.

Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath – Continue the critically acclaimed Mortal Kombat 11 storyline in a new adventure. Fragile alliances are tested and the fate of two worlds hang in the balance. Now is the time to forge a new history. This DLC also includes three new playable fighters: Sheeva, Fujin and Robocop. New players can purchase the Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath Collection, which includes the base game and the Aftermath DLC. In the original Mortal Kombat 11 cinematic story, take on the role of Earthrealm’s protectors as a menacing new foe bends the forces of time, threatening to turn the tide and rewrite their own dark history.

Nintendo Download | Monster Prom: XXL

I hope you like discounts, cause it’s time for the Nintendo Download Game Guide sales. If you want classic fun, try Battle Princess Madelyn Royal Edition for $12.74; if you want three relaxing games in one bundle, try the Pen and Paper Games Bundle for $22.49; to get an action packed duo, try the Bleed Complete Bundle for $4.19; for retro adventure, try SEGA AGES Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for $5.99; for a weird hybrid, try Sinless for $4.99; for a really good discount on horror, try Agony for only $1.99; for a puzzling good time, try Samsara: Deluxe Edition for $4.99; for kinetic mayhem, try Mother Russia Bleeds for $0.99; to be a mechanical hero, try Ghost 1.0 for $3.99; or to hatch some fun, try Bomb Chicken for $7.49; for a new take on a classic story, try The Next Penelope for $1.99; and lastly, for more hedgehog fun, try Sonic Mania for $9.99. To see the other discounted games, just click here.

Nintendo Download | Skelly Selest Straimium Immortaly Double Pack

For digital games, there’s only one for next week – Ailment. The following are all ready to play during this week’s Nintendo Download. Retro fans can enjoy both Arcade Archives RADICAL RADIAL and Pushy and Pully in Blockland. For fun with friends, try Aqua Lungers. For a twist on tic tac toe, try Discmaster. Or to evolve an alien entity, try Luxar. For two different takes on monsters, try Monster Prom: XXL and Monstrum. Or for a compelling looking horror experience, try The Persistence. For a duo of crazy games, try Skelly Selest & Straimium Immortaly Double Pack. And finally, for two cool looking SHMUP games, try Fluxteria and Steel Rain.

Nintendo Download | Steel Rain

Considering this was a strange Nintendo Download, it was also a pretty busy one. Thanks as always for joining oprainfall for your weekly Nintendo Download. Have fun with some of these great games and be sure to tune in next week!

Nintendo Download | Pushy and Pully in Blockland

Josh Speer
Josh is a passionate gamer, finding time to clock in around 30-40 hours of gaming a week. He discovered Operation Rainfall while avidly following the localization of the Big 3 Wii RPGs. He enjoys SHMUPS, Platformers, RPGs, Roguelikes and the occasional Fighter. He’s also an unashamedly giant Mega Man fan, having played the series since he was eight. As Head Editor and Review Manager, he spends far too much time editing reviews and random articles. In his limited spare time he devours indies whole and anticipates the release of quirky, unpredictable and innovative games.