Heaps of New Games and Ports Revealed for Switch

Dark Souls Remastered

Heaps of New Games and Ports Revealed for Switch

Known third-party exclusives that have yet to be given dates include Project Octopath Traveler and The World Ends With You: Final Remix from Square Enix, No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again and SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy. There is also a new local multiplayer mode called CRIME.NET Local Play, that will let you set up a local game and invite friends that share the same local network. Whether we get a port of Treasure Tracker or we see Nintendo continue the series with a new release, one thing is for sure: It would be a shame to see the Captain Toad series begin and end on the Wii U. "And this time the game adds the first story mode since the Mario Tennis game on Game Boy Advance, offering a new flavor of tennis gameplay, with a variety of missions and boss battles".

We can't wait to get our hands on this game when it releases for Nintendo Switch sometime in the spring. First off, Nintendo's 2014 Wii U hit Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is coming to the Switch on May 4.

Many gamers are looking forward to playing the new big games that Nintendo will bring on Switch. That's right: Even though Mario's brother didn't appear in the initial game, the taller sibling will show up in New Donk City, where he reveals Balloon World games for those who have already beaten the main story. The game will be available from April 24.

Nintendo has announced today, January 12, that a series of big games is ready to be launched this year for the Nintendo Switch console. The mini-game has two different modes the hide it mode and the find it mode.

The latest entry in the long-running, beloved side-scrolling franchise starring Kirby is arriving on the Nintendo Switch in short order: "Kirby Star Allies" launches on March 16.

FromSoftWare's infamously challenging action RPG will land on a Nintendo console for the first time in the form of Dark Souls Remastered on May 25.

Mario Tennis Aces (Spring 2018) - Nintendo continues to milk the Mario cash cow, promising a brand new tennis game based on the iconic moustachioed character. This update will upgrade the anime-inspired classic with HD-quality visuals and a new epilogue.

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