The highly anticipated port of Final Fantasy 7 is finally making its way to the Nintendo eShop this week, after last year’s Nintendo Direct announcement that several games in Square Enix’s RPG series would arrive to the Switch (though Final Fantasy 8 was snubbed yet again.) Final Fantasy 7 will be available to download on March 26.
Unravel 2, the adorable sequel to 2016’s Unravel, is coming to Switch on Friday, March 20. This time around there are two Yarnys to control — in either single player or co-op mode — with new, more complicated puzzles to solve.
Also joining the lineup is Blaster Master Zero 2, which was both revealed and released on March 21, in a surprise announcement during a Nindies Showcase. The sequel to 2017’s reboot of the Blaster Master franchise appears to pick up where the previous game left off, with protagonist Jason exploring outer space after defending Earth in Blaster Master Zero.
The full list of new additions to the Nintendo eShop this week is below.
- Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers — available March 26
- Air Conflicts: Secret Wars — available March 26
- Alien Cruise
- Apocryph: an old school shooter
- Arcade Archives Elevator Action
- Assault on Metaltron
- Azure Saga: Pathfinder Deluxe Edition
- Bargain Hunter
- Block-a-Pix Deluxe (full and demo versions)
- Croc’s World (demo) — Available March 22
- Doodle God : Evolution (demo) — Available March 22
- GALAK-Z: The Void: Deluxe Edition — Available March 26
- Gems of War — Available March 26
- Grand Prix Story (full and demo versions)
- Inventioneers — Available March 25
- Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists ~Ateliers of the New World~ — Available March 26
- Neon Caves — Available March 27
- OMG Zombies! — Available March 26
- Peasant Knight — Available March 22
- Reptilian Rebellion
- Rogue Bit
- Super Phantom Cat: Remake — Available March 27
- Sushi Time! — Available March 22
- The Princess Guide — Available March 26
- Windscape — Available March 27
- Witch & Hero
- Xenon Racer — Available March 26
- Horror Stories (3DS)