It came out past year on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, and it's headed to Nintendo Switch this summer. I personally know at least two people who have been waiting to get a Switch specifically until the announcement of this game. Artist and Spider change-up Kirby's available move set, along with that there will be a way to mix and match abilities when playing with friends in Kirby's co-op mode. More details regarding those will be expected at E3 in June at the latest. It's coming this summer. That seems to be what this new story mode is going for, but it also seems that this particular mode might abandon the tennis academy setting of previous Mario Tennis stories in favor of something a little wackier. It'll be out on the 25th May 2018, although, it'll also be available on Xbox ONE and PS4.
Anime-minded fans got some nuggets, with a port of Ys VIII and the new title SNK Heroines, both courtesy of NIS America. One case in point is Tropical Freeze, which gained a loyal following thanks to its polished take on the classic side-scrolling franchise. The title is scheduled for a 4 May launch. Mario Tennis Aces will see all your favourite Mario heroes face each other on the court once again in a battle of serves, slices and volleys. Not quite Wimbledon, then. It'll be smashing down with split screen multiplayer in Spring 2018. This trailer shows off new creatures that you'll experience along with your journey and the songs you can use to control them. Fe is set to launch on the Nintendo Switch on February 16, 2018.
As for Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, this is pretty much the same game that came out on the Wii U, although this version includes all the content that both the Wii U and 3DS iterations had. According to the press release, ever since the product was officially launched on March 2, 2017, more than 4.8 million units have been sold in the United States alone.
The presentation focused on announcing the new content that is and will be available for these two devices.
One of the most unique action RPG's in Square Enix's back catalogue is coming to the Nintendo Switch. It follows the story Adol who is shipwrecked on a cursed deserted island with several other survivors who must create a new camp in order to survive. Otherwise, expect fan favourites like Athena, Leona and Mai to all be present and accounted for. This game will release this Summer.
Regarding third-parties, Electronic Arts' Nordic-themed Fe will come on February 16. The port launches February 27th and, if the multiplayer works smoothly in handheld mode, this could be an incredible fit for the platform. Celeste provided the Nindie presence with a pixelated platformer reminiscent of titles of yore.