eShop news (Feb. 15): My Time at Portia / Rotating Brave

Today’s Nintendo eShop news: latest trailer for My Time at Portia, but also…

  • Rotating Brave
  • Smashing the Battle
  • Klondike Solitaire
  • Wargroove
  • Pikuniku

My Time at Portia

Here’s the latest trailer for My Time at Portia, which focuses on relationships:

Build these relationships through getting to know your fellow Portians, giving gifts, playing rock, paper, scissors and taking part in festival events like cooking hot pots together or snowball fights during the Winter Solstice.

When it’s time for a date, Portia has plenty of options. How about a meal for two at The Round Table? Or you can impress your partner by popping balloons in the shooting gallery. More adventurous couples can take in the sights from horseback or go for a sunset cruise in a hot air balloon!

Starting to feel that love is in the air? Confess your feelings by giving your partner a heart knot and spark a romance that allows you to go on romantic dates, and if you choose, get married!

My Time at Portia (Switch – eShop) comes out this Spring in Europe and North America.

Rotating Brave

Cosen has announced that Rotating Brave will be released on February 21st in Europe and North America (same day as Japan). It will cost 4.99€ / $4.99.

Here’s an English trailer and some details:

An endless war with a foreign country. In order to claim victory and end this war, our country decided to use an ancient shrine which holds vast energy. We began to gather shrine maidens who could offer prayers to the shrine to harness its energy. My childhood friend was also selected as a shrine maiden and went far away to the ancient remnants. Soon after, the vast energy was unleashed from the shrine and it ran rampant. With no means of controlling the energy, the surroundings were brought to ruin as it destroyed both enemy and ally alike. I was on the battleground as a warrior at the time, but I somehow escaped danger and made it out unscathed. But my childhood friend is still at that shrine. Within the depths of the shrine, I’m shown memories of my past with her. Is that an effect of the energy? Or could it be…

“Rotating Brave” for the Nintendo Switch is an action game in which you control a pixel-art character and take on enemies while spinning. You start off holding the Nintendo Switch vertically. Then, as you progress from one stage to the next, you play while spinning the Nintendo Switch, sometimes holding the Nintendo Switch horizontally and sometimes holding it vertically.

・Don’t miss the shops where you can buy items and the recollection rooms where you can follow your memories in the stages.

・When you’re in a tough spot, activate your skills! You can unleash special comeback moves once your skill points have accumulated.

・Don’t give up at Game Over. Acquire bonus points and get ready for your next battle.

Rotating Brave (Switch – eShop) comes out on February 21st worldwide. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Smashing the Battle

Studio HG has announced that Smashing the Battle will be released next week on Nintendo Switch, on February 21st to be precise:

Smashing the Battle (Switch – eShop) comes out on February 21st worldwide. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Klondike Solitaire

Baltoro Games has announced another game for the Nintendo Switch: Klondike Solitaire, releasing on March 1st in Europe and North America. Here’s a trailer and some details:

Klondike is a game about cards, fun and relax. Take Nintendo Switch, use joycons or play in handheld mode and unlock new backgrounds, cards and music tracks. Our intention was made the game with the unique and elegant look. We offer two different scoring modes, various types of content and two cameras. Play it, win in it, and aim for a new high-score!

Klondike Solitaire (Switch – eShop) comes out on March 1st in Europe and North America. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!


Good news for Wargroove fans! The soundtrack is now available legally on the following services:


Heads up for those of you who fell in love with the music in Pikuniku: the original soundtrack is now available on Spotify!


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