How you can watch all the games from this year’s Japanese Nintendo eShop
Today marks the end of the year for Japanese gamers, who have been stuck with a glut of new games that have just hit the market.
As of this writing, there are now over 50 titles in the Japanese eShop that are available for download and play, but they are all quite expensive.
While the games aren’t bad, the price tag for each game is pretty much a huge jump from last year’s offerings.
Some of these games include the upcoming release of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which will set a new record for highest-grossing Wii U game.
Nintendo has also confirmed that it will be releasing two new Wii U games, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash for Nintendo Switch, and the new Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.
The price for each of these titles is $59.99.
So what are you waiting for?
Grab your copy of Super Smash Brothers for Nintendo Nintendo 3ds and Super Mario Odyssey for Nintendo Wii U, and play them for free.
There’s also a new title, Super Mario Maker for Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DS Lite, for which you can purchase a physical copy for $9.99 USD.
That’s a pretty sweet deal, but if you’re still in the market for a Wii U gaming rig, the Nintendo eSport Tracker is an affordable way to get some great titles and content.
Check out the full list of Nintendo eSports games, including new ones, below.