Nintendo eShop Update Week 41

This week’s line-up of Nintendo eShop games coming to Japan including FIFA 21, The Survivalists, Magical Drop DX, and more.

Available this week

FIFA 21 Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition
Electronic Arts
¥5,600 (🇬🇧)
October 9, 2020

The latest FIFA game on Nintendo Switch offers nothing new in gameplay from last year’s release, other than it featuring the latest kits, clubs, and squads around the world, so it’s ultimately only for players who want up-to-date soccer stats.

The Survivalists
¥2,750 (🇬🇧)
October 9, 2020

The latest game from Team17 has you aiming to survive on a desert island where you and up to three friends can go out on adventures, gain loot, trade, and even train monkey companions to help out! The Survivalists demo is also out now.

G-MODE Archives 19 Magical Drop DX
¥500 (🇬🇧)
October 8, 2020

After the second and third title in the action puzzle game series already released as ACA NEOGEO versions, the mobile DX version of Magical Drop is also about to hit the Switch eShop and includes both a story mode as well as online rankings.

The Ramen Sensei
¥1,500 (🇬🇧)
October 8, 2020

Kairosoft’s 29th Switch release sees players compete to design the ultimate ramen dish from a vast assortment of noodles, soup, and toppings. Succeed at The Ramen Sensei and one day you might even have your own ramen theme park!

A HERO AND A GARDENRatalaika Games¥500
Adrenaline Rush – Miami DriveCool Small Games¥499
Arcade Archives ArabianHamster¥823
Astro Wings: Space WarToward¥1,000
Gravity Rider ZEROQubicGames¥500
I Am DeadAnnapurna Interactive¥2,100
JDM RacingNikita Alexeevich¥530
The Legend of NinjaPrison Games¥999
Neighbours back From HellTHQ Nordic Japan¥1,760
Sin Slayers: Enhanced EditionBlack Tower Games¥2,500
SpinchAkapura Games¥1,520
The Survivalists – Deluxe EditionTeam17¥2,850
West of DeadRaw Fury¥2,050

Coming soon

Medarot Classics Plus

Newly added games coming soon to Japan include the pictured Medarot Classics Plus (November 12) available in both Kabuto and Kuwagata versions, with each priced at ¥5,478. Also listed is Taisho×Alice HEADS & TAILS (October 29) priced at ¥5,000, along with Aikano~Yukizora no Triangle~ and Tonari ni Kanojo no Iru Shiawase~Curious Queen~ (both October 29) available at discounted prices of ¥2,860 and ¥2,200 respectively. All upcoming Japanese Switch releases are listed here.

Playable demos

Death Come True

This week’s demos are for the full motion video game Death Come True from IzanagiGames and the real-time strategy game Pikmin 3 Deluxe from Nintendo.

Downloadable content

Taiko no Tatsujin Nintendo Switch Version! × DEEMO

Taiko no Tatsujin Nintendo Switch Version! receives two lots of DLC this week with the pictured “DEEMO Pack” available for ¥550 and featuring five new songs. Also available is the “Late Night Anime Pack Vol.2” again for ¥550 and again including five songs. Lethal League Blaze added the “Dice” additional content for ¥450. Also recently available is the Autumn patchwork set in WorldNeverland – Elnea Kingdom for ¥440, the free 3000th Duel: The Wise Ones content update, and several purchases in Liege Dragon to make the game easier.

Sales highlights

Toki Tori

Current bargain basement games include Moto Rush GT (¥149), Tumblestone (¥149), Zangyou Akumu (¥100), Vesta (¥150), Dimension Drive (¥207), Woodle Tree Adventures Deluxe (¥102), V.O.I.D. (¥100), Hexologic (¥118), 10 Second Run RETURNS (¥100), Null Drifter (¥150), and the pictured Toki Tori (¥100). Visit this page for a full list of every game on sale.

Download ranking

Super Mario Sunshine
  1. Super Mario 3D All-Stars (Nintendo)
  2. Kirby Fighters 2 (Nintendo)
  3. Human: Fall Flat (Teyon Japan)
  4. Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate (Capcom)
  5. Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Nintendo)
  6. Monster Farm 2 (Koei Tecmo Games)
  7. Final Fantasy IX (Square-Enix)
  8. Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition (Square-Enix)
  9. Gear.Club Unlimited (3goo)
  10. Club House Games: 51 Worldwide Classics (Nintendo)

Notes: All prices listed are inclusive of tax and do not include discounts unless otherwise stated. Purchase your Nintendo eShop cards from here and find out how to play Japanese Switch games here.