Nintendo Reveals a Dozen Big Games for Its Switch Console

Nintendo Reveals a Dozen Big Games for Its Switch Console

Nintendo Reveals a Dozen Big Games for Its Switch Console

It's a trilogy that is industry defining, and Japan is getting a suitably stunning box set to celebrate just that.

The Payday 2 port for Nintendo Switch now has a release date of 27th February. Switch players will enjoy a new widescreen presentation as well.

Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze (May 4) - Yet another Wii U port making its way to the Switch, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is set to land on the new console in May this year. The Direct also showed off new copy abilities for Kirby including Artist and Spider, and a 4-player co-op ability called the Friend Train, which allows all players to team up.

Dark Souls rewards and encourages obsession, and it's had plenty of super expensive merchandise before now.

Payday 2 will have full touch-screen support to make menu navigation easier than ever, while HD Rumble will let players feel everything from explosions to weapon recoil in their hands.

"Dark Souls" originally released back in 2011 for the PS3 and Xbox 360 and was critically acclaimed for its punishing but fair combat, atmospheric world, hands-off approach to storytelling, and great music.

Nintendo Reveals a Dozen Big Games for Its Switch Console

Wave 1 will launch on January 31 and includes Aegislash as a battle Pokemon as well as Rayquaza and Mimikyu as support Pokemon. Although it is not a new entry into the series, the remaster will bring a lot of updates and quality of life changes for the current generation of consoles. The "Japanese computer whiz" named Joy will be available first on Switch.

Ys VIII, the latest game in the long-running action RPG series is coming to the Switch this Summer.

The World Ends With You came out over ten years ago in 2007.

Fe an indie game which is being developed under the EA Originals banner which gives a developing platform for the indie developers.

While I'll probably end up replaying Dark Souls: Remastered on PC to get the maximum effect of the redone art, it's nice to know that Nintendo is looking to court games and developers generally preferred by more hardcore types.

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