Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Tech | By Amelia Peters

Can Nintendo Switch Topple Sony's Playstation 4?

Can Nintendo Switch Topple Sony's Playstation 4?

After a day filled with long-standing rumors, teasing images and burning chibi-robos, the recently released mini-Nintendo Direct confirmed the existence of Dark Souls: Remastered.

Here's a fighting game where players can customize hardcore woman and beat each other down. And if you so choose, you can team up with a buddy by splitting Joy-Cons and playing on a single screen. But of course, the console's stunning numbers in other territories mean that it will get a constant stream of new games also in Japan, and new releases like Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT and especially Monster Hunter: World could prove to be big hits for the console.

Pokken Tournament DX is getting a new DLC Battle Pack, which will be released in two waves. Available through two "Waves", Wave 1 of the Battle Pack will include Aegislash and Support Pokemon Mega Rayquaza and Mimikyu. The second set will include Blastoise as a playable character and Mew and Celebi as support characters. Both waves can be purchased right now. The game will also include all downloadable content. The much-anticipated Switch multiplayer platformer Kirby Star Allies will land on store shelves on March 16. You'll also be able to use the controller's motion controls to "sing!"

There are free demos available on the Nintendo eShop for Kirby Battle Royale and Dragon Quest Builders.

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Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition - Spring 2018 Hyrule Warriors is coming to the Switch complete with all of the DLC from the 3DS and Wii U versions of the game as well as the ability to play co-op using split Joycon. Notable for both games is that they are exclusive to the Switch, unlike most blockbuster video game titles, which are mutliplatform. The first set will be released on January 31st.

Mario Tennis returns with an all-new entry on Nintendo Switch.

The game comes from Camelot, the longtime developer behind the Mario Tennis franchise. And this time the game adds the first story mode since the Mario Tennis game on Game Boy Advance, offering a new flavor of tennis gameplay, with a variety of missions and boss battles. But most important of all, The World Ends With You -Final Remix- adds a brand new scenario "that gets to the heart of the story".

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