In Balloon World, players will be able to hide balloons within stages. To find out more, you can head over to the post! The multiplayer component will also use dedicated servers and allow for up to six people to participate at once. Players worldwide will be ranked online. FE will release on the 16th of February. Celeste the pixel platformer will also be coming to the Switch. This includes a few new games as well as ports from older Wii U titles.
Wave 1 releases January 31st and will add Aegislash as a playable fighter along with Mimikyu and Mega Rayquaza as supports.
Accessing the new DLC characters for "Pokken Tournament DX" will require the purchase of the Deluxe Battle Pack, which is available now. They also note that it will release in May.
JOY is a computer whiz from Japan who has a changing LED mask, hacker perks, and her own weapons.
Nintendo's packing everything it can into the Switch re-release of the Zelda-themed brawler Hyrule Warriors.
Dark Souls Remastered is the headline act, but there were also release dates for Kirby Star Allies, and Mario Tennis Aces. However, this version will not include HDR support or new assets. This version of the game will take all the content from both the Wii U and 3DS versions of the game and bring it together.
The Switch is getting a bevy of new games that should appeal to a broad variety of players, Nintendo announced today in one of its "Direct" videos. But before we get into all of that, check out the Mario Tennis Aces portion of the Direct below at around the 4:35 mark. Printed item encyclopedias for each of the three games are included, too, as well as ten art sheets and a special frame to put them in. The user, Puertorock77, presumed that given that Greenberg didn't state that Xbox had won December, it means either the PS4 or Nintendo Switch won.
Earlier this morning, Nintendo held a shorter-than-usual Direct Mini broadcast that announced a bunch of games for the Nintendo Switch. Case in point: Nintendo France's managing director stressed the EA will most likely "double down" on the Switch this year with the 2018 World Cup on its way.