It’s time for another Nintendo Download, and this week we have three featured games lead by Miitopia. We also have a set of five new SNES and NES games coming to Nintendo Switch Online next week.


Featured Games

Miitopia ($49.99) is only hours from launching on the Nintendo Switch at the time of this writing. Unlike most games, this one sees you stepping into your own mii shoes to embark on a great adventure. The Dark Lord has stolen many faces, and you must rescue them! Miitopia‘s mii creator is more powerful than ever, with new options like wigs and makeup, and you can give each mii personalities and jobs such as Chef, Pop Star, and Warrior.


Knockout City is also just hours away from launch as of this writing. This one is not available for pre-order so the price is not listed yet. Customize your character, team up, and battle it out in this hectic dodge ball game. Take out your foes with trick shots while dodging incoming attacks and take your team to glorious victory!


This week’s final major featured game is Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster ($49.99). Launching early next week on May 24th, it revives an ATLUS classic. A normal day in Tokyo soon becomes all but normal when an ethereal apocalypse is unleashed upon the world. A broken city finds itself besieged by a demonic revolution. It’s up to you to bring life, rebirth, or death, as your actions will decide who wins in the end.


Nintendo Switch Online

Nintendo announced a few days ago that five new SNES and NES games are coming to Nintendo Switch Online next week. The new set includes four games for the SNES and a single NES title. This new group of games will also mark a milestone for the service, bringing it to over 100 games in all. There will be a total of 104 titles in the Switch Online NES/SNES library once this update launches on May 26th.


New SNES Games

  • Caveman Ninja (also known as Joe & Mac)
  • Magical Drop2
  • Spanky’s Quest
  • Super Baseball Simulator 1.000


New NES Game

  • Ninja JaJaMaru-kun


Current Sales

The sales scene this week has just a bit of new stuff, and a few things we covered in the Nintendo Download last week or earlier are still going. These include the AniMAY Sale, the HITMAN 3 25% off sale, and the $10 off when you buy both Famicom Detective Club games offer.

New this week, is the Ori and the Will of the Wisps 50% off sale, running until May 29th at 11:59pm PT. We also have the new Kombat the Summer Sale from Warner Bros. Games, which goes until June 1st at 9:00am PT. This sale includes nine games:



New eShop Titles

We have a larger selection of new eShop games this week in the Nintendo Download:


























Visual Novels


Upcoming Games

The upcoming games in the next week start with RoboPhobik ($7.99 | $9.99) launching this weekend on May 22nd. Following it on May 24th is the launch of food-themed word search game Eat your letters ($4.19 | $5.99).

After that, the next three upcoming games will arrive on the 25th of May early next week. They include the action role playing title King of Seas ($19.99 | $24.99), the unforgiving oceanic survival action RPG Maneater ($39.99), and madcap couch co-op party game Very Very Valet ($24.99).

Finally, launching on May 26th, we have another trio of games. They are action RPG Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards ($19.99), mutant soap opera adventure Mutazione ($19.99), and the tricky skill-based game Skittles ($5.99). And no, that last one is not related to the candy.


That wraps up this Nintendo Download, with just one more left to go in May. Take care out there.

Michael Fontanini
Michael is a veteran gamer in his late 30s, who grew up around video games, with fond memories of the oldies like the NES, SNES, and N64 among others. He loves Nintendo, but also plays a lot of games on his PC. Michael also enjoys going for walks/bike rides, loves animals, and enjoys thunderstorms (and science in general). I love Nintendo but I also play a lot of game's on PC, many of which are on steam. My favorite Nintendo game's include Zelda, Metroid, and Smash Bros to name a few. On PC I love the Half-Life games, as well as most all of the Source Engine games just to name a few.