Ten years following its initial release, The World Ends with You -Final Remix- is coming to the Nintendo Switch. The base game will soon be available for the Switch along with its downloadable content "Artorias of the Abyss".
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.
For those unfamiliar with the game, it follows Neku Sakuraba and his allies as they are foced to participate in a game that will decide their fate. The game received critical acclaim at release, making it one of the highest-rated DS games available. They've started well in 2018 with a January Mini Direct announcing The World Ends With You, Mario Tennis Aces, Hyrule Warriors, Dark Souls, and more. Payday 2 will also feature a new character, Joy, who is said to use their hacking abilities to make things easier for the team. Lavoué had a lot of good news to share about Nintendo's business has been performing in the country so far, and the main highlight are the sales of the Switch. The paid Battle Pack DLC for Pokkén Tournament DX will be split in half, the first arriving on January 31st and the second on March 23rd, with each introducing a new battle Pokémon (Aegislash and Blastoise, respectively) and supports.More news: Liverpool Enter Race To Sign Alexis Sanchez
Luigi joins Super Mario Odyssey - Sadly, Mario's taller, better looking and more agile brother isn't actually going to be playable in Super Mario Odyssey, but he will be bringing a new mini-game called Balloon World to each of the game's unique Kingdoms.
The game will feature local and online multiplayer, touch-screen controls, and HD rumble. The Switch is also getting a port of the action RPG Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana this summer, which came out on the PlayStation Vita in 2016.
"Payday 2" is available for the Switch on February 27.More news: England big test for Super Eagles hails Rohr
The playable characters shown also have sporty new looks. However, you can also control it with Joycons if you so desire, and enjoy all-new content created just for this version of the game.
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. This console generation, it seems like Nintendo is bypassing the fight against Sony and Microsoft altogether, and is instead offering a product that's attractive even if you already own one of its competitor's consoles. That also includes all of the premium DLC that was released. And Dark Souls on the Nintendo Switch?More news: Investors Spooked at Specter of Central Banks Halting Bond-Buying Spree