Nintendo Switch eShop games and prices revealed

UPDATED: All 18 games available on launch day.

UPDATE: It's Switch launch day, and Nintendo's eShop is live with a total of 18 games to download. Here's the full rundown, with prices:

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Nintendo's Switch eShop.

Available now:

  • Zelda: Breath of the Wild (£59.99)
  • Snipperclips (£17.99)
  • 1-2 Switch (£39.99)
  • Super Bomberman R (£49.99)
  • Neo Geo Shock Troopers (£6.29)
  • Neo Geo World Heroes Perfect (£6.29)
  • Neo Geo King of Fighters '98 (£6.29)
  • Neo Geo Waku Waku 7 (£6.29)
  • Neo Geo Metal Slug 3 (£6.29)
  • Shovel Knight: Spectre of Torment (£8.99)
  • Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove (£22.49)
  • Othello (£4.49)
  • Voez (£18.99)
  • New Frontier Days: Founding Pioneers (£8.99)
  • Vroom in the Night Sky (£7.99)
  • Just Dance 2017 (£49.99)
  • Fast RMX (£16.99)
  • I Am Setsuna (£29.99)

Coming soon:

  • Blaster Master Zero - price TBD
  • Arms - price TBD
  • Mario Kart 8 - price TBD
  • Splatoon 2 - price TBD

If you want to see other titles on the way, our list of every confirmed Switch game including launch titles can help.

ORIGINAL STORY: Nintendo Switch's day one patch is now live and we can finally access the console's eShop.

It's pretty sparse - many of the Switch's launch day games are yet to show up. But what is there is a surprise.

Two Neo Geo games will be able to download tomorrow: Neo Geo Shock Trooper and Neo Geo World Heroes Perfect, both priced £6.29.

Nintendo has said its own Virtual Console will not be ready for the Nintendo Switch's launch.

While we're talking of surprising - Super Bomberman R is £50.

Here's all six games listed on the eShop with prices, if they yet have them.

  • Super Bomberman R - 2nd March - £49.99
  • Neo Geo Shock Trooper - 3rd March - £6.29
  • Neo Geo World Heroes Perfect - 3rd March £6.29
  • Arms - TBD
  • Mario Kart 8 - TBD
  • Splatoon 2 - TBD

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