eShop news (Aug. 28): Unties / Son of a Witch

Today’s Nintendo eShop news: Unties bringing several games to the Nintendo Switch, but also…

  • Son of a Witch
  • Unto The End
  • FullBlaster
  • Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King
  • Feudal Alloy
  • Planet Alpha
  • Toki Tori 2+


Last week, Unties announced several games for the Nintendo Switch:

  • Chiki-Chiki Boxy Racers (Pocket; already available in Japan): out on August 30th, priced $9.99

  • 3rd eye (3rd eye Production Committee): out in 2019, price TBA

  • Necrosphere (Cat Nigiri): release date and price TBC

The following games also got a release/window:

  • Tokyo Dark -Remembrance- (Fall)

  • Battlloon (2019)
  • The Midnight Sanctuary (September 6th)

The Upcoming Games page has been updated with the new games and dates!

Source: 4Gamer

Son of a Witch

Last week, Bigosaur announced that Son of a Witch, their fantasy action roguelike, will be released on Nintendo Switch on September 4th. Here’s a trailer and some details:

Son of a Witch recalls the compulsive replay-ability of your favorite roguelikes but wraps it all in a charming package, making it a lot more welcoming to a wide range of gamers than your standard fare. But don’t let the cutesy graphics fool you: Son of a Witch offers deep mechanics that reward constant experimentation and learning. Son of a Witch boasts over 120 unique weapons and items to discover. Players will only find a small section of these in each run, meaning the game is completely different every single time you play. There are also 7 playable characters with wildly different skill sets and abilities, over 20 bosses to beat, and 30 pet animals to find.

  • Explore non-linear procedurally generated dungeons
  • Fight your way through random encounters with monsters and a selection of 24 bosses
  • Find shops, treasure rooms and challenge rooms
  • Complete NPC quests to unlock playable characters
  • Get help from one of 26 cute pet companions
  • Drink random potions to power up or increase the challenge
  • Identify and use powerful magic scrolls
  • Every weapon has some unique ability or attack type
  • Every item you find has its use or special mechanics
  • Single player and up to 4 player co-op
  • Three diferent play styles: melee beat’em up, magic shooter and archers sniping enemies from the distance
  • Permadeath. A new world is created every time you start the game, so it’s always fresh and interesting to explore

Finally, here’s some screenshots:

Son of a Witch (Switch – eShop) comes out on September 4th in Europe and North America. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Source: Bigosaur PR

Unto The End

Last week, Digital Uppercut announced that 2 Tons Studio’s Unto The End (a 2D cinematic combat-adventure game) was headed to the Nintendo Switch. Here’s some details about it:

Unto The End is a 2D cinematic combat-adventure, featuring a nuanced combat system and handcrafted encounters, which follows a father’s journey through an unforgiving wilderness to get back to his family.

  • Nuanced 2D Combat System: Read, react and counter enemy attacks, strike tactically with range weapons, and use opponents against each other as you fight in one-on-one and group battles. 
  • Handcrafted Encounters: The adventure unfolds through a series of carefully crafted multi-stage encounters, each featuring unique opponents with their own history and motivations. 
  • Unforgiving Landscapes: Journey through mountain passes and stark winter forests as you overcome environmental challenges and discover forgotten pathways through a merciless land. 

Unto The End (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.

Source: Digital Uppercut PR


Earlier this month, Ratalaika Games announced they were bringing UFO Crash Games’ FullBlast (a retro style vertical Shoot ‘em up) to the Nintendo Switch. Here’s a trailer and some details:

FullBlast is a retro style vertical Shoot ‘em up that will delight nostalgic players who have grown up playing SHMUPS on arcade machines.


Its graphics are inspired on titles from the 80’s and 90’s, but using current technology and visuals, so it may result also attractive for the new generation of players that could discover a genre largely untapped today. Regarding gameplay, FullBlast features classic SHMUP mechanics, this is not a bullet hell game, it is a fast-paced action game, but more like the old classics.


FullBlast features a story campaign of 12 random levels and, as usual in every game of this genre, mankind is at the verge of extinction due to an alien invasion and you’re the last hope to save the world. With no other choice but to take the control of your powerful fighter and upgrade your weapons to kill thousands of alien ships and creatures, humanity’s retaliation against the alien invaders, starts now!

  • Gorgeous 3D graphics
  • Story campaign of 12 levels
  • 2 player local co-op mode
  • Power-ups and power-downs (be careful of what you pick!!
  • 4 Mini bosses and 3 Mega bosses
  • 3 Difficulty levels
  • Heavy metal sound track
  • Mission system and leaderboards
  • Pro Controller support for Nintendo Switch

FullBlast (Switch – eShop) comes out in September in Europe and North America. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Source: Ratalaika Games PR

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King

Yesterday, FDG Entertainment announced that sales of Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King on Nintendo Switch have now surpassed those on Steam by a factor of 20.

Source: FDG Entertainment (Twitter)

Feudal Alloy

Here’s the latest video clips for Feudal Alloy:

And here’s the latest screenshot for the game, in German this time:

Feudal Alloy (Switch – eShop) comes out this Summer in Europe and North America.

Source: Attu Games (Twitter)

Planet Alpha

Here’s the latest video clip for Planet Alpha:

Planet Alpha (Switch – eShop) comes out on September 4th in Europe and North America.

Toki Tori 2+

Here’s the Japanese trailer for Toki Tori 2+:

Toki Tori 2+ (Switch – eShop) comes out on August 30th in Japan.


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