October is over and the spooky season is over. Many people look forward to the holiday season. I spend time with my family and play lots of games with them if possible. But not us. A look back at October’s best eShop games. It’s eShop select time!
Last month was a pretty busy month for Nintendo, with both Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope and Bayonetta 3 crashing onto consoles at the end of the month. However, many small gems may have slipped off your finger. But don’t worry, that’s why we’re here!
October is definitely one of our quieter months for eshops, but we have quality high-profile releases and niche sequels full of monsters and monsters. special effectsCome on, that’s pretty awesome.
the publisher: woob software / Developer: woob software
Factorio has been popular on Steam for years. It entered early access in 2016 before the full version was released in 2020. Even with the slightly clunky Switch Control, it’s still great and addictive.
Even though the game is naturally suited for mouse and keyboard, Factorio feels perfect in handheld mode. Creating factory after factory, mining resources, building more factories and infrastructure, and expanding at an ever-growing rate is a relentlessly addicting experience. increase. It’s the ever perfect loop of getting rewards for more rewards. Plus, you can play with your friends.
Thinking of becoming a master factory builder? Read Our 8/10 review More praise for more details.
the publisher: humble game / Developer: lowes engine
Switch isn’t always the place to fix survival horror, but SignalisThe low-poly retro look, Resident Evil inspiration, and Ghost in the Shell vibe all combine to make this one of the best horror games I’ve ever played. And it’s on the eShop. Bloomy.
Equally tense and surreal, Signalis nails the feeling of being trapped. Resources are often scarce and you must rely on perseverance and strength to evade enemies. There is no health bar, so you have to keep an eye on Elster. So your eyes never leave the screen. There is a constant sense of dread that keeps you hooked and never lets go. It certainly wasn’t for us, but as a result, it made me a little scared to pick up the Switch again.
It got a 9/10 from us so why not find out why Signalis is so greatMore read our review.
the publisher: humble game / Developer: bounding box software
Oh, DoomOne of the most influential shooters so farSo when we say it Prodeus — which just hit the eShop in October following a last-minute delay — might just be one of the best Doom-inspired shooters we’ve played. It means something very special.
This is a boomer shooter in the vein of Doom. I love the retro 3D graphics, it’s pixelated and makes me feel nostalgic for old PCs. The game works perfectly on Switch with tight level design and great encounters. The music is an exquisite mix of dirty thrash metal and eerie ambience. Prodeus is confident in its vision, taking classic baby-boom shooter design, wrapping every inch of its excellence, and perfecting it.
If you like classic first-person shooters, you should definitely buy Prodeus from the eShop if you haven’t already.it got 9/10 from usIt must mean something.
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How the eShop Select Top 3 are determined: At the end of every month, the Nintendo Life staff votes for their favorite title from among the games selected by the editorial department. To qualify for this list, these games must have been released as digital-only Nintendo Switch eShop titles in that particular month and reviewed on Nintendo Life. Select eligible games based on review score.
Staff members are then asked to vote for the three games they believe deserve a spot at the top of the list. 1st choice is 3 points, 2nd choice is 2 points, 3rd choice is 1 point. These votes are tallied to create a top 3 list, with the overall winner taking home the top prize for the month.