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Nintendo Switch games list update sees EIGHT new titles arrive, upcoming launch teased

March 11,2017 22:15

And while the Japanese games giant has a few other big releases coming up this year - Mario Kart 8, Splatoon 2 and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - there will still be a small collection to choose from. However, Nintendo also have a big collection of eShop ...and more »


NINTENDONew Nintendo Switch games have been released with more upcoming titles coming soonThe Nintendo Switch games list has some top titles included in it, the only problem is that there aren’t that many titles to buy right now.And while the Japanese games giant has a few other big releases coming up this year - Mario Kart 8, Splatoon 2 and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - there will still be a small collection to choose from.However, Nintendo also have a big collection of eShop titles coming out this year, a total of over 60 so far confirmed.Thursday, March 9 saw the release of eight new games, all via the Nintendo eShop, including:Blaster Master ZeroNam-1975The King of Fighters ‘98Waku Waku 7Metal Slug 3World Heroes PerfectShock TroopersVOEZIt should be noted that VOEZ is the first touchscreen-only game being released on the Nintendo Switch, although more are likely to launch in the future.The other six games are part of the ACA NEOGEO series on the eShop, which are all ports of the original NEOGEO games; costing around $7.99.Last week also saw the release of I AM SETSUNA on Nintendo Switch, the debut title from new Square Enix studio, Tokyo RPG Factory.It brings players classic-style JRPG adventure, “following the story of Setsuna, a young woman of incredible power and inner strength, on her journey of sacrifice to save the people of her land.  “With simple turn based controls and unique gameplay mechanics; the game merges the beloved nostalgic elements from the golden era of JRPGs with today’s technology allowing fans to play at home or on-the-go.”Speaking on the release of I AM SETSUNA for the Nintendo Switch, Game Director, Atsushi Hashimoto, said; “Tokyo RPG Factory is really excited to be playing a part in the Nintendo Switch launch day line-up. “The team has grown up loving the various great RPGs that Nintendo’s consoles continue to provide us, so it’s an honour to be here at the start of the Switch story. “We wish Nintendo all the best with the launch and hope that everyone takes the opportunity to experience the story of I AM SETSUNA on the new console.”Related articles
The Nintendo Switch games list is currently dominated by The Legend of Zelda, however, big new releases are planned for 2017.Mario Kart 8 Deluxe launches for Nintendo Switch on April 28, with the Japanese games giant confirming some new facts about the upcoming release.Mario Kart veterans can enjoy a more conventional playing style by using either a Joy-Con Grip or the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller for more precise controls. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will have 48 courses available from the start, as well as five speed classes, including 150cc Mirror Mode and ultra-fast 200cc mode. In addition, players will now be able to choose from 42 racers, including returning fan favourites King Boo, Dry Bones, and Bowser Jr.Gold Mario is also unlockable for those players who can complete all cups in 200cc. The Inkling Boy and Inkling Girl from Splatoon 2 are also being added, bringing new vehicle parts and the new Urchin Underpass course for battle mode, all based on the multiplayer shooter.Battle mode will have eight dedicated courses to choose from, including selections from previous titles such as Mario Kart 7. On top of Balloon Battle, both Bob-omb Blast and Shine Thief modes return from Mario Kart Double Dash!!, while Coin Runners makes a comeback from Mario Kart Wii. Battlers can also enjoy a brand new cops and robbers-style mode known as Renegade Roundup.

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