One of the most anticipated Nintendo Switch exclusive games for 2018 is a new Mario Tennis game that brings more competitiveness to the platform. Nintendo revealed this on, "Nintendo Direct Mini 1.11.2018". Here are six things Nintendo still needs to talk about this year. You can even drop in on missions that are partway through being executed if you're not up for planning out some intricate operation yourself. Will it pay off for EA or sales still be lackluster?
There's no set release date at the moment, but we'll be sure to keep you updated.
Kirby Star Allies comes to Nintendo Switch on March 16th, right around the corner.
The World Ends with You: Final Remix launches later this year for Nintendo Switch.
Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition is being ported over from the Wii U to the Switch with all of the previous DLC thrown in for good measure, along with The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild costumes for Link and Zelda. It's due out sometime this year.
The four-player co-op shooter will see players band together to execute elaborate heists and get paid.
The fact that the game is actually going to feature a story mode is a huge deal.
The Switch's success in December isn't exactly surprising, especially since the console was named the best-selling console of 2017.
In a recent interview, Nintendo of France announced that the game has sold 73,000 units on Switch in the region. Fe gave us another look at a attractive looking experience available next month.
Where's Metroid Prime 4, Pokemon, and Fire Emblem?
Other popular games on the platform include Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Splatoon 2 which are installed on more 50 percent and 20 percent, of the Nintendo Switch, sold in the US - respectively. More specifically, Metroid Prime 4, Pokemon, and Fire Emblem. It's less than 15 minutes but packed with information about upcoming Switch games and DLC, as well as one major new game announcement. Check out the latest trailer debuted at today's Nintendo Direct, below. Both Pokemon and Fire Emblem are in the exact same boat. We know that. But ads help us pay the bills.