Nintendo eShop Update – WarioWare: Get It Together!, NBA 2K22, Cruis’n Blast

There’s a really fun variety of new digital titles coming to the Nintendo eShop in the very near future for the Nintendo Switch.

Some of these highlights include WarioWare: Get It Together!, NBA 2K22, Cruis’n Blast, Ultra Age, BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites, Catlateral Damage: Remeowstered, Stranded Deep and many more.

Check out the full list below, and also check out the updated list from Nintendo’s Game Store, here.

This week’s Nintendo download includes the following content:

  • Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch
    • WarioWare: Unite! – Compete in over 200 fast and original microgames – lightning-fast games filled with frenetic fun. When Wario’s latest wacky business plan goes awry, he must use his style (and smell) to fix it. How? ‘Or’ What? By playing a twisted collection of microgames. For the first time, you can control Wario and other WarioWare, Inc. characters in their own chaotic games – solo or with friends! From assembling a robot to plucking armpit hair from a statue, get ready for a comedic microgame mashup. WarioWare: Unite! will be available on September 10.
    • NBA 2K22 – Now play in real NBA and WNBA environments against authentic teams and players, and put the whole universe of basketball in your hands. Build your own dream team in MyTEAM with the stars of today and the legends of yesterday. Live your own career journey in MyCAREER and experience your personal rise to the NBA. Develop your management skills as a powerful executive in MyGM and MyLEAGUE. Anyone, anywhere can play hoop in NBA 2K22. NBA 2K22 will be available on September 10.
    • Cruis’n Blast – The arcade hit Cruis’n Blast is coming to Nintendo Switch! Fight your way through nearly 30 over-the-top tracks. Get behind the wheel of 23 custom rides, from licensed supercars to monster trucks and unicorns. Up to four players can race together, so choose your favorite vehicle and hit the road. Cruis’n Blast will be available on September 14.
    • Ultra-age – Embark on a mission to save humanity from extinction. Ultra Age is a high-speed action game set in the distant future and follows the story of the young warrior Age. Use your blades to cut through robotic and mutant enemies, explore futuristic locations, and unravel a vast conspiracy regarding the fate of the planet.
  • Spotlight on digital
    • Super Mario Odyssey – On September 13, 1985, the very first Super Mario Bros. launched in Japan, sending players on a free-wheeling adventure through the Mushroom Kingdom. In the decades since, Mario has had his fair share of excitement, with quests that have taken him on wild escapades to exotic locales like Isle Delfino – and even to the far reaches of space! But nothing could quite prepare Mario for the epic adventure that awaited him in the Super Mario Odyssey game for the Nintendo Switch family of consoles. Join Mario and Cappy as they board an incredible airship and leave the Mushroom Kingdom. Explore exciting destinations like you’ve never seen in a Mario game before. From the sand dunes of the Sand Kingdom to New Donk City, full of skyscrapers, you can explore amazing new places at your leisure. Super Mario Odyssey is now available on Nintendo eShop.

Downloadable content:

  • A walk in the park with friends online – Enjoy PICO PARK’s new online game update when it launches later today! PICO PARK is a cooperative action puzzle game for two to eight players. The rules of the game are quite simple: collect all the keys, reach the goal and complete the level. But all 48 levels have special gadgets designed specifically for multiplayer. As you progress, you’ll have to think of new ways to cooperate with your friends.

Nintendo eShop sales:

  • Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

Also new this week in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch:

In addition to video games available at retail stores, Nintendo also offers a variety of content that people can download directly to their systems. Nintendo adds new games to the Nintendo eShop every week, which offers a variety of options for the Nintendo Switch family of consoles, the Wii U console, and the Nintendo 3DS family of consoles.

Timothy C. Mayo