While underwhelming on the whole, the E3 2018 Nintendo Direct was a fine demonstration of what makes the Switch such a runaway sales success: add pretty much any title to it and, voila, it's a whole new game. Ultimate, coming to Switch this December. Ultimate in Nintendo's E3 press conference. The mini-games look like a lot of fun and if you want a game to play with your friends, Super Mario Party could be ideal on the Nintendo Switch.
Crazy, high-energy mech action and cel-shaded visuals are the name of the game in Daemon X Machina, the new project from Marvelous and First Studio.
Is there anything you can say about Metroid Prime 4? The game should be available for free download right now at Nintendo's eShop. Ice Climbers are back alongside newcomers such as the Splatoon's Inklings. The focus is still on four-player antics, but this time around you can play some games across multiple Switch screens if you've got them handy.
That is probably the biggest change for Nintendo in this console generation, as so many third-party games (i.e. games not developed by Nintendo) are coming to the Switch, thanks to its impressive sales.More news: Andrew Garfield Dedicates His Tony Award to LGBTQ Community
Nearly every character has seen changes in the way they're used, from different sets of attacks to different designs, more customization options and other adjustments to improve the pace of the game, including a more natural progression system for obtaining new characters. Player hoping for a dramatic anime RPG will not be dissapointed in Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
During Nintendo's live stream presentation, they revealed that Fortnite would be making its way onto their Switch system today. Ultimate is heading to the Nintendo Switch on December 7.
It was leaked ahead of the E3 2018, but Overcooked 2 has been officially confirmed. Expect to play it August 7. From the new trailer, it seems that Super Mario Party has done away with the unusual everyone-travels-together-in-a-car premise and brought the game back to its individual dice-rolling roots. Well, we're still working on that one. You want to actually buy a new version of the console we made 28 years ago? All the existing DLC is included, as you fight your way through a decaying world full of memorable bugs both friend and foe. It comes in part from Kenichiro Tsukuda, one of the developers of Armored Core. Given how popular the Switch has been in the year since its launch, there's no reason to believe Nintendo will change anytime soon.