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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:26pm 12/01/18 | 2 Comments
Well, less of a surprise than something Nintendo fans have been waiting for each and every day since the January 1. And early this morning a collective sigh across the Nintendo fan-base was felt around the world as Nintendo delivered a quick update on what's coming to the Switch in the first half of 2018. Including a number of announcements.

Turns out, quite a lot. With Dark Sould: Remastered, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Mario Tennis Aces, Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, Payday 2, and Kirby Star Allies leading the pack. With the only non-port of the bunch being Mario Tennis Aces, which will see the long-awaited return of a story mode to the series. That and the visually impressive Kirby Star Allies.



All titles are expected in the next few months with Kirby Star Allies kicking off the 2018 first-party offerings on March 16.



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Jez
Posted 02:28pm 12/1/18
Ha pretty cool games coming over. Personally though as an avid wiiu owner im anxious for more great original switch titles. Like what the hell is Retro studios working on? I need it. Whatever it is haha. But i guess its about time for me to jump on the souls wagon. A great chance for that with the remaster.
KostaAndreadis
Posted 02:52pm 12/1/18
yeah for non wii u fans this is especially cool... donkey kong country tropical freeze is an amazing old-school platformer...

Well, as Metroid Prime 4 is not being made at Retro that's the big question isn't it
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