HomeNewsNintendo Download Highlights For March 2nd Alex Irish March 2, 2017 News Friday, March 3rd marks the end of one era and the dawning of an all-important new era. The Wii U’s final first party release is also the premier title of Nintendo’s all-new console, the Nintendo Switch. After four years of feverish anticipation, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is finally here. The Switch launch line-up continues with the eccentric party game 1-2-Switch, the return of Bomberman, and the latest Just Dance. Exclusive to the all-new Switch eShop is the co-op puzzler Snipperclips, Shovel Knight’s latest playable campaign (Specter of Torment) and the futuristic racer Fast RMX. I am Setsuna from Square Enix rounds out the downloadable pack. Just remember, all of the above will not go on sale until midnight tonight. For now, a new Story of Seasons lands on the 3DS and two Turbo Grafx-16 games return to the Wii U. Happy hunting for your new Switch console tomorrow if you’re getting one. Switch Retail The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Nintendo, $59.99 1-2-Switch, Nintendo, $49.99 Super Bomberman R, Konami, $49.99 Just Dance 2017, Ubisoft, $49.99 Switch eShop Snipperclips – Cut It Out Together, Nintendo, $19.99 Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove, Yacht Club Games, $24.99 Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment, Yacht Club Games, $9.99 Fast RMX, Shin’en Multimedia, $19.99 I am Setsuna, Square Enix, $39.99 Switch DLC The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass, Nintendo, $19.99 Wii U Retail The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Nintendo, $59.99 Wii U Virtual Console Dungeon Explorer, Konami, $5.99 Neutopia, Konami, $5.99 Wii U DLC The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass, Nintendo, $19.99 3DS Retail Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns, Marvelous USA/XSEED Games, $39.99 Share this post: No related posts. Breath of the Wild’s Prototype Resembled The Original Zelda20th Pokémon Movie’s Trailer Recreates Anime’s First EpisodeAbout The AuthorAlex IrishEditor-in-ChiefWhen he's not writing about or playing all the great Nintendo games, Alex Irish works by day at a local book emporium, and the rest of the time, he illustrates and writes online. His favorite video game franchise is Pokemon, but his favorite video game is Resident Evil 4. He also can tell you everything about animation history, from past to present.