The #Nintendo Switch has become quite a popular console since it launched earlier this year. Many consumers are still trying to look for the console as the production value has been quite low. That said, those who do have the Switch are enjoying the system because of its portability features. While there aren’t that many #Games at the moment, the eShop continues to update with new games. Here are all of the new games that have arrived on the eShop for this #Week.

A slew of new games

According to BGR, there are a lot of new games that have come to the eShop this week. While “Stardew Valley” might be the priority on most people’s list, there are several other titles that are worth buying.

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Firstly, there’s “Axiom Verge” which is a 2D side-scrolling action-adventure game that takes heavy inspiration from games like “Castlevania” and “Metroid.” Other games include “Volgarr the Viking,” “Oxenfree,” “Tumblestone,” “ACA NEOGEO METAL SLUG X,” “Earth Atlantis,” “Ninja Shodown,” “Tumblestone,” “Tiny Barbarian DX,” and “Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle.”

It seems like more and more third-party developers are making games for the Switch. While there are still many games that should be ported over to the system, there’s no denying that the Switch’s library is steadily growing.

Upcoming games

Nintendo still has a few major titles in store before 2017 ends. First off, “Super Mario Odyssey” is slated to release this Oct. 27 and follows Mario on another adventure. This time, he must save Princess Peach from being forced to marry Bowser.

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He teams up with a unique hat named Cappy that he can use to take control of other living objects. The game also boasts an expansive open world that you can explore on your top hat ship. Collect Power Moons scattered across the land to power up your ship and travel to new kingdoms.

Fire Emblem Warriors” is also slated to release this month on Oct. 20. This crossover musou game brings together iconic heroes from the series for one grand adventure. While there isn’t any tactical turn-based combat, several core features like permadeath, support conversations, and a leveling system will be included in the game.

Finally, “Xenoblade Chronicles 2” will release on Dec. 1 and is a direct sequel to the 3DS game. The main story follows a young man named Rex who stumbles across a girl named Pyra. The two then team up to travel to Elysium which is located on top of the World-Tree. Strangely enough, Pyra claims that this mythical location is her home.