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Dark Souls Remastered Nintendo Direct

Dark Souls Remastered Nintendo Direct

The World Ends With You, Square Enix's classic Nintendo DS role-playing game, is heading to Nintendo Switch, Nintendo announced during today's mini Direct presentation.

This is just one in a slew of positive news coming for the Nintendo Switch console with it also having recently outsold both its competitors, Sony's PlayStation and Microsoft's Xbox One, in December past year in the United States. Whether we get a port of Treasure Tracker or we see Nintendo continue the series with a new release, one thing is for sure: It would be a shame to see the Captain Toad series begin and end on the Wii U.

The story mode will include a host of single-player missions and boss battles, as well as new gameplay tweaks.

Stay tuned to IGN for more as it's revealed. Which games are you most looking forward to on the Nintendo Switch? But Nintendo also announced that Donkey Kong will make his debut on Switch this year, with Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze releasing on May 4th. Many reports stats has cleared that no doubt Switch was the victor previous year who is the most selling console.

The initial announcement on the PlayStation Blog yesterday trumpeted a number of key enhancements for the title, including HDR Lighting and various other bits and bobs, such utilising assets from the Dark Souls III engine. The game will be available from April 24.

Similarly, three Switch titles - Super Mario Odyssey, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle and Pokkén Tournament DX - are receiving downloadable content. Odyssey's is free, and it will add a new "Balloon World" minigame to the package along with new Snapshot filters and outfits for Mario. The last game, called "Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash" was launched on the Wii U in late 2016, but received mixed reviews from critics due to a lack of content, which was considered unorthodox for an entry in the franchise. Nintendo will release the game in Spring 2018. NIS is also bringing a treasured JRPG series over, with Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana, which launches sometime this summer.

One of Nintendo's most prominent criticisms for Switch is its lack of versatility in regards to managing game save data.