This week’s eShop roundup includes the classic first-person stylings of Quake II and the AI-themed gameplay of Bomb Rush Cyberfunk. Red Dead Redemption, which was highlighted last week, is also officially available, along with plenty of deals and special events to keep you busy for another week.

If you haven’t experienced Quake II, now’s your chance! This classic title is hitting the Switch for the first time, bringing updated HD support and a rocking soundtrack to support the sci-fi setting. Meanwhile, Bomb Ruch Cyberfunk involves graffiti artists, lost heads and inklings of artifical intelligence. Two different games that both sound very intriguing.

If you’re a mobile gamer who enjoys Fire Emblem, you’re in for a treat. Players of Fire Emblem Heroes can experience Round 7 of the special Choose Your Legends event, which brings top-ranking heroes from across the Fire Emblem series. Along with new story maps, there’s plenty to enjoy on this free-to-play title.

Check out the full list of new releases below. Which titles will be joining your download queue this week? Let us know your game of the week! And don’t forget to check out our latest episode of the Pure Nintendo Podcast for our latest thoughts on the latest Nintendo Switch games and news.

Nintendo Switch

  • Red Dead Redemption – When federal agents threaten his family, former outlaw John Marston is forced to hunt down the gang of criminals he once called friends. Experience Marston’s journey across the sprawling expanses of the American West and Mexico as he fights to bury his blood-stained past in this critically acclaimed adventure. Also included is Undead Nightmare, the groundbreaking horror story expansion that transforms the world of Red Dead Redemption into an apocalyptic fight for survival against a zombie horde. Featuring the complete single-player experiences of both games, Red Dead Redemption also includes bonus content from the Game of the Year Edition and more. Red Dead Redemption is available today.
  • Quake II – Originally developed in 1997, Quake II is a first-person shooter that built on its predecessor by introducing a new science-fiction narrative and setting. Experience the authentic, enhanced and complete version of Quake II, now with high-definition widescreen support, enhanced models and cinematics, improved enemy animations, the original heavy rock soundtrack and more. Quake II is available now.
  • Bomb Rush Cyberfunk – Red is a graffiti writer who lost his head and instead has an AI robohead. In search of his roots, he joins the Bomb Rush Crew, Tryce and Bel, who are aiming to go All City. Together they discover who it was that cut off his head and how deeply Red’s human side is linked to the graffiti world. Bomb Rush Cyberfunk is available on Aug 18.

Nintendo mobile

  • Chosen Legends Arrive in the Fire Emblem Heroes Game for Smart Devices! – Special versions of the top-ranking Heroes selected in the Choose Your Legends: Round 7 event have arrived in the Fire Emblem Heroes game as part of a 5★ summoning focus! Plus, there are new story maps in Book VII, Chapter 10: Light’s Fading – along with some limited-time quests, too. Please check the game for the full event schedule. Download the free-to-start Fire Emblem Heroes game for smart devices to get in on the tactical fun! For more information, visit the official site:

 Nintendo eShop sales

  • Save Up to 30% On Multiplayer Games! – Party up with awesome deals on select multiplayer games and DLC for the Nintendo Switch system! Get on these deals while you can— the sale ends Aug. 20 at 11:59 p.m. PT. Remember, you earn 5% in My Nintendo Gold Points for your purchases. You can then redeem your Gold Points toward the purchase of other eligible games, DLC, Nintendo Switch Online memberships and more. For more information and the full list of games available, visit
  • Maximum Games X Modus Games Publisher Sale – Save on great titles from Maximum Games and Modus Games! Get great deals on games like AfterimageTeslagrad 2 and more! This sale ends Aug. 28 at 11:59 p.m. PT. For more information and to see the full list of games, visit

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