Mario Tennis Aces Announced For Nintendo Switch This Spring

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Thanks Nintendo for the latest announcements. They are glad to see that Nintendo tries to court developers and games that most of the people prefer. The game will be largely the same as the DS classic, but a new scenario has also been promised. This mini-game will be available after you finish the main game.

Nintendo surprised this morning with the release of a Nintendo Direct mini broadcast. So, get ready to punish some angels and demons with melee attacks and gunplay.

The most prominent news to come out of the Nintendo Direct Mini was arguably the announcement that Dark Souls Remastered would be coming to the Switch on May 25. The games that released for the 3DS and Wii U (Open and Ultra Smash) were both poorly received due to their lack of content, whereas the earlier games were critically acclaimed and typically featured a story mode. As of this writing, there's still no confirmation on how many players can join the matches. Well, now we have the release date: March 16, 2018.

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However, the rest of the direct was somewhat of a port palooza, with Nintendo revealing four ports. We've seen support from some pretty high profile developers like Bethesda with the release of Doom and Skyrim, and Capcom with Resident Evil Revelations on Switch.

Mario Tennis Aces, meanwhile, will be available on Nintendo Switch this spring.

Payday 2 was released back in 2013, and was a resounding success for publisher 505 Games.

Ports of two Wii U games have been announced - Hyrule Warriors and Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze.

Overkill Software's "Payday 2" is being ported for the Nintendo Switch and it will arrive for the console on February 27. What Nintendo did confirm is that the game is being developed by one of its long-time sports developers Camelot. The content packages include missions, maps, characters, and weapons. However, the demand for other streaming apps such as YouTube and Netflix remain prevalent amongst fans, and they're definitely still something we think Nintendo needs to address in 2018. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze arrives on Switch on May 4. And if you aren't looking for a challenge, you can slow down the gameplay or activate an invincibility mode. The update will also bring new costumes and filters for the camera, which is a nice touch for a freebie. This new character has some unique styles and abilities with a amusing twist in the platforming gameplay. It will also be coming with a timed-exclusive playable character who has the ability to hack through any system.