Nintendo is proving that Switch excitement is about more than low expectations

Nintendo Reveals a Dozen Big Games for Its Switch Console

Nintendo Reveals a Dozen Big Games for Its Switch Console

Andrew is IGN's executive editor of news and could never play everything coming to Switch even if time stopped for a year.

The deepest fan-pleaser cut has to be The World Ends With You, a quirky DS cult hit with a great soundtrack and great modern aesthetic. Along with that few new addition to the game include the ability to play co-op on the same screen as well as Breath of the Wild-themed costumes for Link and Zelda.

That is Joy, a Japanese computer whiz that wears a custom LED light mask that changes her appearance as she sees fit.

Wave 2, will be on March 23, will introduce the battle character Blastoise along with a support set of Mew and Celebi. The game will is released on March 16.

Check out the rest of the Nintendo announcements (with groan-worthy narrated clips) at the Direct page. Both waves can be purchased right now. No specific release date was mentioned, but it is currently planned for sometime during the year. The demo will take you through the first chapter of the game.

The wait between exclusive game launches has been more consistent in the first year of the Switch. The game will add a new playable character, Funky Kong, who has his own unique twist on the original's platforming gameplay.

The Mario Tennis franchise is coming to the Switch with a story mode.

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, an underrated gem on Wii U, will be the next game from Nintendo's last-gen library to make a comeback on the Switch.

Additionally, Switch owners will get to experience a brand new campaign chapter, detailing more of the overall story and giving gamers a complete overview of what's going on within the game's world.

Action-RPG Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana features rhythmic battles, large monsters, anime cutscenes, and base-building. The update will also add new outfits and Snapshot Mode filters.

Payday 2 will release in Europe and Australia on February 23rd, and in North America and South America on February 27th. Microsoft's Head of Xbox Games Marketing Aaron Greenberg cited the unpublished sales figures on Twitter earlier today.

EA announced that Fe will be released on Nintendo Switch on February 16. However, winning a match is done similarly to Playstation All Stars. Tag Team Frenzy has new moves called Dream Finishes, which seem to be the only way to defeat an opponent after most of their health is gone.

Mario+Rabbids is one of those weird crossovers that shouldn't work but somehow does. It's coming Spring 2018. Nintendo will bring some indies and classics, new updates to Odyssey and a new Mario Tennis game.

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