Final Remix announced for Switch

Posted January 12, 2018

Also announced were Super Mario Odyssey DLC, Mario Tennis Aces, The World Ends With You: Final Remix and Kirby Star Allies. A new fighter from SNK will release this summer on Switch. This spin-off fighting game includes only the women of the King of Fighters series and features up to two-on-two battles. He'll be swinging into the game this Spring via a new DLC pack. From Software's original Dark Souls experience is coming remastered for the Nintendo Switch. This is the same great game with an additional surf mode, and players will be able to play by themselves or locally with a friend in co-op mode.

Cooperative heist shooter Payday 2 is coming to Nintendo Switch, adding HD rumble and touchscreen controls.

The definitive version of Hyrule Warriors is coming to the Nintendo Switch. The game will also support 4K resolution and HDR lighting when playing on PS4 Pro, and likely Xbox One X.

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It seemed like it was only a matter of time before Nintendo served up another "Mario Tennis" game for its flock - and the timing is just right, especially now that the #Nintendo Switch is shaping up to be the company's most successful console to date [VIDEO].

Plus, the Nintendo Switch version of Payday 2 see a new playable character named Joy a Japanese computer whiz who wears a custom LED light mask that changes her appearance as she sees fit. Expect Fe in February 16.

As Nintendo mentions, this new game appears to be a return of sorts to the GBA's Mario Tennis: Power Tour, which featured a surprisingly-deep RPG-like story.

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The World Ends With You certainly isn't one of the most known IPs from Nintendo, but it nevertheless made a splash when it released for the DS in 2007.

Another platform for the Nintendo Switch sees you controlling Madeline as she takes on the unsafe Celeste Mountain. Find it on May 25, 2018. Nintendo never revealed there would be a Nintendo Direct on January 11th.

Players looking for more relaxed gameplay can try out the Dragon Quest Builders demo, live on the Nintendo eShop today.

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