Nintendo Lands Some Back Spin With New Mario Tennis Aces Details

Nintendo Lands Some Back Spin With New Mario Tennis Aces Details

Nintendo Lands Some Back Spin With New Mario Tennis Aces Details

As expected Nintendo dropped the release date for Mario Tennis Aces on today's Nintendo Direct, and as previously leaked, the game will launch on June 22.

Players will be able to use the Joy-Cons and Pro Controller for standard controls but will also be able to swing the Joy-Cons and use motion controls should they choose.

Just about any kind of gamer these days will be able to get in on the action, with Tennis World Tour set to launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC simultaneously.

The release date for the upcoming Tennis World Tour has been revealed.

Although the Nintendo Switch is really where it's at, with an explosion of new titles to be released this year.

On top of this Captain Toad Treasure Hunter, with its block garden puzzle gaming and a featured rotate camera will enable a single player or a co-op mode, so one to two can dig for treasure.

In a special announcement, most remarkable announcement, it was also shown that Undertale will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch...eventually.

It's unclear whether this game will be a remix of the 2014 "Super Smash Bros." game or something completely different, as Mashable reported. While no information is available as to who you can play as, I think it's safe to say that fan favorites will be returning.

The broadcast also announced that Nintendo members can exchange gold points for games via

For the first time, a Crash Bandicoot will be playable on a Nintendo console with the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, which includes all three original Crash Bandicoot games remastered.

Get ready to hack and slash your way in Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition. In addition, an ARMS open invitational tournament will be held in the USA and Canada. The Splatoon squid kids will be in the new game.

Splatoon 2 will also be getting its first ever DLC, Octo Expansion. More details on the rank will come soon.

What's your take on the Nintendo Direct?

The direct left on a high note with a teaser for Super Smash Bros. on Nintendo Switch.

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