Darkest Dungeon Will Stalk The Switch On January 18, 2018

Darkest Dungeon Will Stalk The Switch On January 18, 2018

Darkest Dungeon Will Stalk The Switch On January 18, 2018

This will be the first time Dark Souls will be given the remastered treatment, updating the game not only for the PC but for current generation consoles. It will cost $40 (around Rs. 2,550).

Pokken Tournament DX is getting a new DLC Battle Pack, which will be released in two waves.

The first Mario Tennis on the Nintendo Switch comes with its first Story Mode. There will be plenty to do in Mario Tennis Aces from missions to boss battles and more.

While Nintendo hasn't commented on its decisions as to which third party games to port to its system, looking at its track record reveals high-profile titles. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze arrives on Switch on May 4.

The Direct kicked off one of the surprises.

The World Ends with You, the Nintendo DS Classic, is coming to the Nintendo Switch. Switch players will enjoy a new widescreen presentation as well. Plus there's new costumes for Link and Zelda based on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It will be a paid DLC set to be released in spring 2018.


What games are you most excited for? This latest installment of a critically acclaimed series is coming to the Nintendo Switch this Summer.

Ys VIII Lacrimosa of DANA is an action RPG that tells the story of two souls split yet united by fate. The remastered Dark Souls will also come out on PS4, Xbox One and PC on the same date. There's local and online co-op, full touch-screen support, and HD rumble to enhance the feel of weapon recoil. Wave 1 arrives January 31 and Wave 2 arrives on March 23.

The previously announced Switch version of PAYDAY 2 will include a new character named Joy, and will release on February 27. You'll run, climb, and glide through its many mysteries and use motion controls of the Joy-Con to sing in tune with creatures and plants to unlock new abilities. Expect Fe in February 16. Celeste can climb anything on this unsafe mountain, and she'll have to to find her way to the top.

Indie platformer Celeste features pixelated graphics and an assist mode that lets you tweak the difficultly level.

Celeste comes from the developer of Towerfall, and is an indie action platformer coming to Switch on January 25.

Super Mario Odyssey will drop Luigi onto the top of a skyscraper in New Donk City, and if you find him you can play the new Balloon World mode.

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