Nintendo Direct Recap 1/11/18 - A Big Surprise That Everyone Saw Coming

Remigio Civitarese
Gennaio 14, 2018

Today, it happened. Nintendo posted a short Nintendo Direct Mini episode early this morning to quietly announce a new Mario Tennis game, Nintendo Switch versions of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (now with more Funky Kong!), Hyrule Warriors, DLC for Super Mario Odyssey and surprisingly, two mature titles: Payday 2 and Dark Souls Remastered. After completing the game you will need to find Luigi in the world to play Hide It mode where you can hide a balloon and then find another player's world. This is over 10 years on from its original release with characters last appearing in the 3DS edition of Kingdom Hearts. There will be a story mode added on top of the normal tournament gameplay with a variety of missions and boss battles. The Wii U's underratedDonkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is getting ported to the Switch, out on May 4th.

On the first-party side, Nintendo announced Kirby Star Allies will arrive for the Switch on March 16th, while the new title Mario Tennis Aces is slated for release sometime in the Spring. His new Artist ability lets him be a little more "creative" in his endeavors, and he can even become a spider with the new Spider ability, which allows him to trap enemies in sticky webs. The base game will soon be available for the Switch along with its downloadable content "Artorias of the Abyss".

The World Ends with You returns from its exile back on the original Nintendo DS (and seemingly abandoned mobile release) for The World Ends with You: Final Remix, all the way from 2008. It looks like a ton of fun, and hits the Nintendo Switch on January 25. The port will also feature local and online co-operative gaming with "full touch-screen support" for navigating the game's menu screen. This is certainly something to get hyped over.

In tandem with what we know is on the way, yesterday's Direct gave us a slightly clearer idea of what to expect on Switch in 2018. Fe will be available on February 16 while Celeste will drop on January 25 for Nintendo Switch. Players can romp through a darkly attractive Nordic forest to interact with the flora and fauna there. One particular video game, however, stands out - a sports video game of iconic video game character Super Mario.

The playable characters shown also have sporty new looks.

It's a great time to be a Switch owner, and the rest of the year is going to be rife with new releases. By using these abilities in co-op you're able to reach places you'd be unable to get to before.

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