The most significant change in Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 for the Nintendo Switch is the frame rate of the two games.
If you've been hoping to get back into Worms W.M.D. on the Nintendo Switch then now might be the flawless time to do such a thing, as developer Team17 has officially released a brand new update for the game, and it adds a slew of new content. Instead, there were some discounts on old Wii U and 3DS games and maybe some wallpapers, but not much else. In an announcement by Nintendo, the company has stated that beginning in March, My Nintendo members will be able to put their My Nintendo coins (also called Gold Points) towards buying Switch games through the Nintendo eShop. For players hooked on Nintendo's mobile titles, like Animal Crossing Pocket Camp, Gold Points will also be made available for use through smart device applications. I wouldn't be surprised of Nintendo gave just a little more coins for digital purchases to push gamers towards the eShop-after all, Nintendo doesn't have to pay for cartridges, game boxes, and covers when you buy digitally.
As you can see from the graph below, the Switch's library has steadily rose week by week, with a number of new available games, while the Wii U and the Wii dawdled somewhere around a third of the way down. I'd love to be able to buy skins for my Switch's home screen or other digital rewards for it.
The points will be valid for one year from the month they were purchased.