PokÃ©mon Unite and Cris Tales headline this week’s lineup of new releases to the Nintendo Switch online store.
It’s fair to say that last year’s reveal of Pokemon unite did not excite some fans. Those who have a feeling of unjustified right for the most part. Still, we’re sure they’ll check out this new MOBA from TiMi Studios when it releases on Wednesday.
Pokemon unite doesn’t seem like an innovative entry in its genre, but it’s likely to find an audience despite the initial outcry. Player feedback on the recent Network Test beta has been cautiously optimistic.
Our Nintendo Switch pick of the week is Tales of Cries, the new action RPG expected from Dreams Uncorporated / Syck. If you’ve played the free eShop demo, you’ll know it’s an engaging game with a compelling story that draws on the studio’s Colombian heritage. The game’s energetic combat and time-manipulation mechanics make it a highlight of Switch this summer.
Other new Nintendo Switch versions include Cotton restart, Fatal Twelve, and Akiba’s journey: hellish and debriefing.
Here’s the full list of upcoming Switch games. We will update this post throughout the week with any late additions.
Nintendo Switch Online Store Releases: July 18-24, 2021
Sunday, July 18, 2021
Monday July 19, 2021
Tuesday, July 20, 2021
- Tales of Cries
- Akiba’s journey: hellish and debriefing
- Cotton restart!
- Maze of the mind
- Steam: Rails to Riches Complete Edition
Wednesday July 21, 2021
- MouseBot: escape from CatLab
- Fatal Twelve
- Pokemon unite
Thursday July 22, 2021
- #pinocchio, Super Dream Puzzles
- Aery – Calm mind
- Rabbit bounce
- Bishoujo Battle Mahjong Solitaire
- Last stop
- Adventures of Nyakamon
- Bombardier Terra
- Terra Lander
- Terra Lander II – Rockfall Rescue
- Wooden Block Escape Puzzles 3
- Timothy against aliens
- Xtreme Race 2
Friday 23 July 2021
- 112 Operator
- Sport pinball pack
- Hunters’ shooting camp
- Freddy Spaghetti 2
- Dininho Space Adventure
- Truck simulator 2
Saturday, July 24, 2021
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