Watch Today's Nintendo Direct Right Here

Watch Today's Nintendo Direct Right Here

Watch Today's Nintendo Direct Right Here

Dark Souls Remaster- May 25thThis was the big one.

Mario Tennis is one of those reliable mainstays that we always see on Nintendo consoles, and while its appeal has waned at times, Mario Tennis Aces looks like it has just the right stuff to get us excited about this swinging sport again.

Nintendo's recent Nintendo Direct Mini disappointed some folks by being short and skimpy on the details.

The game is coming on March 16 and our playable character Kirby will be going to get a new Artist ability.

Although Nintendo's chosen to remain tight-lipped about the matter, we're still hoping to finally get our hands on Virtual Console for Switch this year. It's a hide-and-seek situation, where you can spend your time either hiding or finding balloons across the many ridiculous worlds of "Super Mario Odyssey".

Nintendo's success with the Switch can be credited in part to the popularity of Mario and Zelda's signature character Link. The company has announced Mario Tennis Aces today, which is now in development for Switch and set to arrive this Spring.

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It was also revealed that Dark Souls Remastered would have a May 25 release date. This mini-game will be available after you finish the main game. They are glad to see that Nintendo tries to court developers and games that most of the people prefer.

Or it could just be Nintendo hiding things away behind the curtain, as it prepares to blindside us with more dazzling products. It'll be smashing down with split screen multiplayer in Spring 2018.

The presentation focused on announcing the new content that is and will be available for these two devices. The new update brings new costumes and a new minigame that features Luigi to Super Mario Odyssey.

Nintendo's slate of re-releases - including The World Ends with You and Tropical Freeze - will include new content. The World Ends with You, first released in North America in 2008 on Nintendo DS, is set in a highly stylized, modern-day Japan.

Kirby Star Allies is a traditional Kirby adventure that'll be coming exclusively to the Switch.

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

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