New Mario Tennis Game For Nintendo Switch Confirmed

New Mario Tennis Game For Nintendo Switch Confirmed

The game itself is going to be released later this year.

Mario Tennis Aces is coming to the Nintendo Switch this year. This wave will include the battle character Blastoise along with Mew and Celebi as a support set. Plus there's new costumes for Link and Zelda based on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Well, Nintendo is hoping to bring a much wider audience to The World Ends With You by re-releasing the game as the Final Remix on the Nintendo Switch.

Payday 2 - Dark Souls may be a surprisingly mature addition to Nintendo's library, but it's not quite as surprising as Payday 2.

As the name suggests, this is an updated version of the action role-playing game classic.

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Dark Souls: Remastered, out on May 25th, joins Skyrim and Doom as prominent third-party games getting new life on Nintendo's console.

The highly stylized visuals and Matrix-inspired story will likely appeal to people who like a mixture of odd games combined together, like Half-Second Hero, Jet Set Radio and Yakuza all combined into one.

On the Nindies side of the things, EA Originals title Fe, developed by Swedish studio Zoink, got a release date of February 16th, on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC, while Matt Makes Games' Celeste will launch on January 25th on PS4, Switch and PC. But with Aces promising the first story mode for the series since Mario Tennis for Game Boy Advance, it could be a return to glory for the franchise. Most games shown during the presentation were slated for a spring or summer release, though, so perhaps the game will be available within the next two quarters if development goes smoothly. Nintendo revealed some new content for Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battles that introduces Donkey Kong as a playable character.

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