'The World Ends With You' Will Be Launching On The Nintendo Switch

'The World Ends With You' Will Be Launching On The Nintendo Switch

'The World Ends With You' Will Be Launching On The Nintendo Switch

The rumored Nintendo Direct has been confirmed and revealed in an update to the official Nintendo site.

You can check out the Dark Souls Remastered announcement trailer below. 1080 TenEighty was not mentioned, despite the trademark.

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The biggest news to come from the Nintendo Direct is that Dark Souls Remastered is coming to Nintendo Switch.

We also received an update about multiplayer, which is available locally and online.

The new game, like its predecessors, stars Kirby - a pink puff who can absorb powers from his enemies - as he progresses through a breezy, lightly challenging fantasy world. Donkey Kong is entering the turn-based strategy game, with a new story to boot.

More than a decade ago Square Enix and Jupiter Corporation released The World Ends With You on the Nintendo DS to wide acclaim from gamers and a lot of positive feedback even from game journalists. Fe release date for the Nintendo Switch is February 16.

The four-player co-op shooter will see players band together to execute elaborate heists and get paid.

Kirby: Star Allies will launch exclusively for the Switch on March 16th. Payday 2 was also announced for the Switch.

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition will also be coming to the Nintendo Switch this spring.

Nintendo announced at a new Nintendo Direct several cool video games coming to the Switch console. This new Story Mode will apparently offer "a variety of missions, boss battles and more".

Set to launch in Spring. It is a 2D platformer that has taken some influence from Breath of the Wild in that you are able to climb up any surface provided your stamina doesn't run out and you can essentially glide by using a series of air dashes.

Celeste is a hard 2D side scroller that features over 300 levels to master. the title will feature an assist mode and feature numerous hard trials for the platformer enthusiasts. Fe will be available on February 16 while Celeste will drop on January 25 for Nintendo Switch. In Hide It mode, players have a certain amount of time to hide a balloon. Players will compete in a balloon hiding contest, where they are tasked with hiding a balloon in a specific kingdom in under 30 seconds, and another player must find it within 30 seconds. Final Remix will include a new scenario, and is expected to release sometime 2018.

The battle pack can be bought as one set and costs $14.99. This month adds Aegislash as a new battle Pokémon and Mega Rayquaza and Mimikyu as support Pokémon. Wave 2, however, will add Blastoise as a playable fighter with support Pokemon, Mew and Celebi.

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