Nintendo Download: Samba de Amigo: Party Central

Also, Blasphemous 2

Remember Samba de Amigo? No longer relegated to serving as a racing game cameo who was once prominently featured in a franchise of old: the monkey with attitude returns in Samba de Amigo: Party Central on Switch.

Sea of Stars is also out on August 29, and fascinatingly, serves as a prequel to Sabotage Studio’s wild 2018 project The Messenger. Blasphemous 2 (which we reviewed!) is out today, rounding out a pretty strong showing for the Switch eShop, with three brand new games this week. That explains why the rest of the lineup is smaller (relative to other weeks).

Nintendo Download: Samba de Amigo

  • Agatha Christie – Hercule Poirot: The London Case – Available Aug. 29
  • Alice Escaped!
  • Arcade Archives DARK ADVENTURE
  • Ashina: The Red Witch – Available Aug. 25
  • Crypto Miner Tycoon Simulator
  • Curse Crackers: For Whom the Belle Toils
  • Giant Wishes – Available Aug. 25
  • Golf: Hole in One – Available Aug. 29
  • Heart Chain Kitty: All Screwed Up – Available Aug. 28
  • Hello Engineer
  • Hidden Paws Bundle – Available Aug. 28
  • Little Devil: Foster Mayhem – Available Aug. 25
  • One-Two Combo Bundle: Punch Club Franchise
  • Plumber Bundle 3 in 1
  • Rhapsody: Marl Kingdom Chronicles – Available Aug. 29
  • Rocket Car : Ultimate Ball League Machines – Available Aug. 25
  • Shotgun King: The Final Checkmate
  • Sphereout – Available Aug. 29
  • Stack Ball Run!
  • The Bridge Curse: Road to Salvation – Available Aug. 30
  • The Nightmare: Serial Killers
  • Wildagotchi: Virtual Pet – Available Aug. 25
  • Word Search Puzzle: Find the Words!
  • Xtreme Sports
  • Zombie Outbreak: Survival in Ancient Egyptian

If you missed last week’s edition, here it is. For those who are interested, sales are going on for all platforms.

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