Nintendo finally pulls the curtain back on the Switch eShop

Nintendo finally pulls the curtain back on the Switch eShop

"I have many ideas, and I want to keep making games for a long time to come", said the game's creator Eric Barone, regarding its one-year anniversary.

With less than three days to go until Nintendo's home console/handheld hybrid gets into the hands of players, they saw it as the right time to inform us all about the range of indie games (affectionately termed "Nindies") that will grace the Switch during the launch window.

But now that PC will rollout the multiplayer update first, the question is, when will "Stardew Valley" be made available to Nintendo Switch?

Switch launches on Friday, in case you've been under a rock.

The new Link title is already earning some good review scores and is likely to be the system selling title Nintendo will have until the likes of Splatoon 2 and Mario Kart arrive.

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Sure, it's obvious, but given that we've achieved almost three hours of Zelda play on a mid-brightness level, would you be able to squeeze out one extra Shrine if you were playing it with a slightly dimmer screen? Following the poor third-party support of the Wii U, and a mediocre showing of current third-party support for the Switch, it's worth considering whether you'll be happy with your system largely being an exclusives machine.

When the Nintendo Switch was first announced back in October, I was pleasantly surprised to find myself actually interested in the console. Not of the console itself, but all the extras you need to shell out around it. Sure, the unwashed might consider it just another Metroidvania game, but they know not of what they speak. When docked, the system displays on HDTVs in up to 1080p, a comparable resolution to many games on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

The portability of the console is also a factor that could make Switch even more popular than the Wii. Though the look we get is brief, it's pretty clear that Nintendo has revamped the look and feel of the eShop for the launch of the Switch.

Switch has proper online features, just like a real grown up console. Currently, the Nintendo Switch has no option for bluetooth headphones and none of the controllers have audio-in, so you're left with no other option (besides some silly workarounds) to listen to your TV or surround sound regardless of your living conditions. We're even willing to let you have another crack at Star Fox, Nintendo.