Published: Tue, January 16, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Nintendo Announces Mario Tennis Aces for Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Announces Mario Tennis Aces for Nintendo Switch

There's no denying that the Switch had an incredible year thanks to major first-party exclusives like Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, both of which played a major role in the Switch's success. As was seen when Bandai Namco Entertainment saw impressive sales of over half a million units for the Nintendo Switch port of its 2017 game, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.

The newest playable character in Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is the leader of the bunch humself - Donkey Kong.

The Nintendo Switch has some serious momentum right now, setting a record as the fastest-selling video game system of all time moving over 4.8 milling units in just 10 months. You can even craft weapons out of your available supplies, which means a lot of tiny prisoners shanking tiny prison guards.

The remastered port will arrive for the Switch on May 25 worldwide.

Nintendo fans (and game fans in general) are as excited about the Switch as they have been about anything in ages. As anyone who played those games - or the brilliant Switch title Golf Story - knows, these sports story modes tend to be incredibly entertaining detours from the competitive play that are loaded with creative minigames. So, get ready to punish some angels and demons with melee attacks and gunplay. Nintendo didn't release DLC for most Wii U games but they are changing that with Nintendo Switch games.

Zoink Studio's incredibly gorgeous indie adventure title Fe, finally has a release date. So when the Switch - which looked like a potential disaster in the making - launched relatively smoothly with an exciting lineup of games, the community was taken aback.

Of course, that wasn't everything in the Nintendo Direct announcement. Fire Emblem series brings some of the best strategy games and since long, players have been waiting for a proper console game. The game will also feature touchscreen support for the consoles as well as a new interface. One day you'll reel in the big catch.

An older game that made use of the DS's initially innovative dual screens, The World Ends With You will please the passionate cult following with the Nintendo Switch version of the game The World Ends With You Final Remix.

Payday 2 is an action-packed, four-player co-op shooter that lets players don the masks of the original Payday crew - Dallas, Hoxton, Wolf and Chains - as they descend on Washington D.C. for an epic crime spree.

What do you think of EA's latest move to release more titles on the Nintendo Switch?

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