Nintendo Direct Mini January 2018: Every Nintendo Switch Game Announced

Nintendo Direct Mini January 2018: Every Nintendo Switch Game Announced

This is a new paid DLC pack coming to the game this Spring. It's less than 15 minutes but packed with information about upcoming Switch games and DLC, as well as one major new game announcement. The Nintendo Switch version of the game will contain every map, all 29 playable characters and missions from both the Wii U and 3DS versions.

Nintendo is trying to bring more attention on titles released on previous systems that didn't receive enough play in the past.

Check out the reveal trailer for The World Ends With You - Final Remix below. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze arrives on Switch on May 4. The game will also include all downloadable content. It will be released in two waves.

AegisSlash and Mimikyu from Pokemon Sun and Moon, and Mega Rayquaza from Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will be coming to Pokken Tournament DX as part of the Battle Pack. From March 23rd Blastoise will be added as a playable Pokémon, while Mew and Celebi will be support Pokémon. Donkey Kong is entering the turn-based strategy game, with a new story to boot. No date for Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition has been set aside from a spring release window.

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Once you've beaten the game and picked up this free update, you'll be able to play a new mode called Luigi's Balloon World. The update will also include new outfits for Mario, like a Knight costume.

New titles being added to the Switch were the highlight of the presentation.

SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy was announced, it will feature an all-female ensemble.

After releasing on the PC, PS3, Xbox 360, PS4, and Xbox One, this co-operative multiplayer shooter graces the Nintendo Switch. With the introduction of well-known, proven multiplatform titles into the Nintendo catalog (such as Skyrim and Dark Souls) alongside proven franchises such as Zelda and Mario (both of which had performances that outshined even the most optimistic of Nintendo's projections) the old dog on the block clearly still has some bark. It's latest console, The Nintendo Switch, hit shelves in March 2017 and has sold 4.8 million units in the USA alone, shattering the previous record of 4 million set by the company in 2007 with the release of the Wii.

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