No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again: Everything We Know

SA game Semblance is coming to the Nintendo Switch

New Nintendo Switch video showcases upcoming indie titles

The latter is neatly propped up by independent developers, who have a widely popular, powerful handheld to start shipping their games to. During that stream, Nintendo showed off tons of games, including SteamWorld Dig 2, Overcooked, Yooka-Laylee, The Escapists 2 and Stardew Valley.

No More Heroes was one of the most freaky and unique games ever released for the Wii, and it's great to see Suda51 reviving the series as its 10th anniversary approaches. Here's the description of the game that was given to us. Nintendo have announced 20 of the new titles in a Nintendo Showcase video. Said developers have not been divulged, but the game's debut trailer does tease a crossover with Hotline Miami, the popular 2012 top-down shooter from Jonatan Söderström and Dennis Wedin. Without any further ado, here are the three most anticipated Nintendo Switch games. More indies were confirmed during today's Nintendos Summer Showcase presentation and one of them was No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again, which will also be exclusive for the console. You can download the unofficial update for one of the system's only games, Mario Tennis, for free. The game is even longer for those of you itching to find all secrets and unlockables (and there are plenty).

However, this brings its own problems, and Nintendo need to try and act sooner rather than later to improve the eShop.

It's fair to say that most people didn't see the Nintendo Switch coming.

Now in 2017 Nintendo is all-in on its Switch portable/home console hybrid, which has always been rumored to be getting some form of VR support.

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