The Nintendo eShop has been updated with new games ripe for playing. This week’s roundup includes the highly anticipated Triangle Strategy. This Square Enix-developed title is a tactical RPG with over 20 playable characters. There are many tough decisions to be made along the way that impact your convictions and the story itself. If you’re on the fence about the game, you can check out our thoughts on the Triangle Strategy demo, also available now.

Other highlights this week include the arcade action of Gundorg: Dark Matters or the winemaking sim, Hundred Days. In Gundorg, you’ll battle through hordes of enemies in space. Hundred Days sees you run a new vineyard, controlling everything from harvest to sales.

There’s also a new demo to ramp up the excitement for Kirby’s upcoming adventure. The Kirby and the Forgotten Land demo can be played now ahead of the full game’s release on March 25. We’ll definitely be giving it a go this weekend.

For now, check out the full list of new releases below – which games will be making your playlist this week?

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  • TRIANGLE STRATEGY – Recruit over 20 playable characters with distinct skills, and command your party as Serenoa, heir of House Wolffort, in a tangled plot where your decisions make all the difference. Key choices you make will bolster one of three convictions – Utility, Morality, Liberty – which together make up Serenoa’s world view and influence how the story will unfold. When faced with truly momentous decisions, multiple characters will weigh in by casting their votes on the Scales of Conviction. In these moments, the allies and decisions you make can determine the fate of Norzelia itself. Play from the beginning through Chapter 3 – and experience your first Scales of Conviction vote – with the free Prologue Demo available now in Nintendo eShop. Your progress carries over to the full game, once purchased. TRIANGLE STRATEGY will be available on March 4.
  • Gunborg: Dark Matters – Gunborg: Dark Matters is an arcade-style, action-packed platformer in space, with smooth gameplay and a slick, ’80s synthwave soundtrack.  Armed with a fierce blade and a powerful shield, your challenge is to fight your way through a mad alien spaceship filled with nefarious creatures and capture the fearsome bosses defending it. Do you have what it takes to face constant threats while staying on your feet in the heat of combat? Can you keep your cool when chaos is descending upon you? Gunborg: Dark Matters will be available on March 4.
  • Hundred Days – Winemaking Simulator – In Hundred Days – Winemaking Simulator you will have complete control of a new winery. Choose which vines to grow, learn how to grow them and when to harvest, and then follow the entire winemaking process. You will decide on the type of wine you want to produce and sell to allow your company to expand. Just like in real life, every choice made, from the vineyard to the sales, will be able to influence the wine produced, both in quantity and quality. A quality wine will increase the reputation of your company worldwide and will allow you to grow better and faster.


  • Play the Kirby and the Forgotten Land Demo – In the Kirby and the Forgotten Land game on the Nintendo Switch system, you’ll join Kirby on an unforgettable journey in a mysterious world. The new demo out today includes three stages from the first world. You can test your mettle against the first boss, the fearsome Gorimondo of the Beast Pack. The demo will also let you sample some of Kirby’s abilities, including the new Mouthful Mode. With this latest addition to his repertoire, Kirby can inhale real-world objects to assume powerful transformations. Purchase the full game when it launches on March 25 to experience Kirby’s complete roster of abilities and transformations.

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