So, how did everyone enjoy today’s Nintendo Direct Mini? I thought it was pretty good, and I plan to pick up a few of the titles that were announced. However, as today is a Thursday, that means Nintendo fans have new games they can enjoy right now!

NINTENDO ESHOP RELEASES – 1/11/2018

So, Nintendo Switch owners can enjoy a free demo of Square Enix’s upcoming Dragon Quest Builders. Moreover, Pokémon Trainers can pre-purchase the Battle Pack DLC in Pokkén Tournament DX, as well as the Nintendo 3DS re-release of the Game Boy Color classic Pokémon Crystal Version.

Regarding indie output on the Switch, Furi and InnerSpace are the most interesting contemporary titles. Finally, Switch owners can enjoy the long awaited arrive of Super Meat Boy. Get that Dr. Fetus!

Here’s everything Nintendo released on the eShop this week:

Nintendo Switch

Games:

  • ACA NEOGEO Art of Fighting 2 (Hamster, $7.99)
  • Azkend 2: The World Beneath (10tons, $7.99)
  • Brawl (QubicGames, $9.99 – launches 1/12)
  • Draw a Stickman: EPIC 2 (Hitcents, $6.99)
  • Energy Balance (Evgeniy Kolpakov, $2.99 – launches 1/16)
  • Energy Invasion (Evgeniy Kolpakov, $2.99)
  • Furi (The Game Bakers, $19.99)
  • Gunhouse (Other Ocean Interactive, $14.99 – launches 1/15)
  • InnerSpace (Aspyr Media, $19.99 – launches 1/16)
  • Moorhuhn Knights & Castles (Young Fun Studio, $29.99)
  • The Escapists 2 (Team17, $19.99)
  • Nightmare Boy (Badland Games, $9.99 – launches 1/16)
  • OF MICE AND SAND -REVISED- (Arc System Works, $9.99)
  • Rally Racers (System 3 Software, $9.99)
  • Super Meat Boy (BlitWorks, $14.99)

DLC:

  • Pokkén Tournament DX Battle Pack (Nintendo/The Pokémon Company, $14.99)

Demoes:

  • Dragon Quest Builders (Square Enix, free)
  • Forma.8 (MixedBag Srl, free)

Nintendo 3DS

Games:

  • Operation COBRA (Bidement Entertainment, $2.99 – New Nintendo 3DS exclusive)

Wii U

Games:

  • Jolt: Family Robot Racer (Cooply Solutions, $5.99)

Nothing listed above catches your attention? Then check out what’s on sale. Hey, a lot of nice stuff is on sale, including the 3DS’s Fire Emblem and Professor Layton titles.