Nintendo Reveals a Dozen Big Games for Its Switch Console

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(ThyBlackMan.com) Our list of exclusive games for Nintendo Switch is now bigger.

Check out today's Nintendo Direct above for information on Dark Souls: Remastered, The World Ends With You: Final Remix, Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition and Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, all for Nintendo Switch. There are going to be some DLS content for Pokken Tournament DX, Super Mario Odyssey and Mario + Rabbids.

There's a release date for Kirby Star Allies (16th March), and an announcement for Mario Tennis Aces. Fe will be heading to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC on 16th February 2018.

Free DLC will be heading to Super Mario Odyssey in the form of a mini-game called Balloon World. Mario Tennis Aces announced on Thursday as part of Nintendo's Direct Mini, and is slated to come to Switch this spring. The game will be released in Spring 2018.

The game launches later this year, though Nintendo did not detail a more specific release window.

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Nintendo claims that its "strong library of games" is one of the main reasons for the continuous momentum in the sales of the Nintendo Switch. As your crew progresses the jobs become bigger, better and more rewarding, using the money that you earn to customise your character with new skill sets and to kit them out with better guns and gear. You can also pre-order the game on Amazon US with a 20% discount for Prime members.

Remastered bundles in the Artorias of the Abyss DLC with the complete core game and puts it all on the portable screen of the Switch, providing a tough-as-nails obsession for the masochist in all of us.

Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze, originally released for Wii U, will include a "beginner-friendy" mode to balance out its infamously hard gameplay.

"This is further proof that Nintendo has momentum coming into 2018", said Ward. Sadly, it's not the 3D wonder that we've been holding out hope for, but it does at least bring the Kong to the Switch, introducing a brand new simple mode featuring Funky Kong and his seemingly indestructible surf board on the 4th May.

"In the case of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, it was already released on the Wii U", he pointed out.

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