Mario Tennis Aces has been announced for the Nintendo Switch, launching spring 2018.
Whether playing alone or with up to three friends, mixing up abilities to create new powers is a big part of the fun.
In a recent statement, the company confirmed they are looking increase the amount of games available from 150 to 280 by the end of 2018.
In March, we got The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - one of the best games of the year and quite possibly the best Zelda game ever made. The game will release on the Switch on May 4th. There's also going to be another new playable character called Funky Kong. The update also brings new outfits for Mario and filters for Snapshot mode. Luigi, Mario's brother, will host Balloon World. Most likely, 999-star power players will hide it in hard-to-reach areas. The full game will be released on February 9th in the American and European territories.
The Japanese tech giant said Switch owners will get new goodies from popular series like Super Mario and Dark Souls before July.
What do you think of EA's latest move to release more titles on the Nintendo Switch? Remastered, a remake of the original Dark Souls, will launch on Switch May 25.
That is Joy, a Japanese computer whiz that wears a custom LED light mask that changes her appearance as she sees fit. Wave 1, releasing on January 31 will introduce the new battle character Aegislash with the support set Mega Rayquaza and Mimikyu.
They also gave a date for Kirby Star Allies, which will be gracing the Nintendo Switch on March 16th. For example, mixing a water and ice ability will allow you to shoot icicle spears.
He also believes that this feature will be launched on Xbox One X, touting that it could arrive by late 2018. No gameplay was shown during the event, but Nintendo promises the game has been "beautifully remastered". It follows main character Adol, lost on a deserted island and recruiting other shipwrecked passengers to fight and survive.
This is apparently down to the lack of mainstream VR appeal right now, while 4K would be something for when more people adopt the technology. Players can join rhythmic battles using either Joy-Con controllers or the Nintendo Switch touch screen. Fe comes to Nintendo Switch February 16.
The port of the co-op heist shooter is making its way in February.
Indie game Fe uses music and songs to interact with its gloomy forest world.