New Nintendo eShop Downloads for Week of 11/19: Hyrule Warriors

It's finally upon us. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity arrives this week to show us what Hyrule was like before Breath of the Wild, and allow us to destroy hundreds of enemies at once. More than that, we're also getting the Switch release of Art Sqool and Cake Bash, and the 3DS gets a few more titles.

New Nintendo eShop Downloads for Week of 11/19: Hyrule WarriorsEach week the Nintendo eShop library grows by a few dozen indie titles. This week is no exception, although we do have a pretty big title to usher in the latest batch of games. Beyond some solid entries and the much anticipated Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, there’s also a new demo and a couple of new drops on the Nintendo 3DS eShop.

Unless otherwise stated, all discussed content is available as of today, November 19th.

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity - Launch Trailer - Nintendo Switch

HYRULE WARRIORS: AGE OF CALAMITY

Calamity rises. The princess must seek out and bring together the Champions to fight. Everybody is young and hot now. It’s a new Zelda! Sort of. As a prequel to Breath of the Wild, this new entry takes a different gameplay approach and is instead an action title in the vein of Dynasty Warriors. Hack and slash your way through hundreds of enemies as Link, Princess Zelda, Impa, and all four Champions, and even take control of their gigantic Divine Beasts.

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity will be released on November 20th.

Hopefully easier to find in stock than Ring Fit Adventure.

Hopefully easier to find in stock than Ring Fit Adventure.

Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise Demo

Get fit, don’t get hit. Try out the demo for the newest Fitness Boxing 2 game, and even transfer your data over from the first title. Bring in a friend and workout to Sandstorm by Darude, because there’s no reason to pick a different song.

Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise will be released on December 4th, and the demo is available now.

There’s a total of 36 games dropping to the eShop this week, and that’s including the two for the Nintendo 3DS. For those of you still holding out hope for updates and new content for everybody’s previous favorite handheld, congratulations. For the rest of you, let us know what titles you picked up for the Nintendo Switch this week.

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