New 'Super Smash Bros.' game coming to Nintendo Switch this year

Pablo Tucker
March 10, 2018

Ultimately, regardless of what magic is cooked up inside Nintendo, all you need to know is that Super Smash Bros is coming to Switch, and it's happening in 2018.

The game includes playable versions of Nintendo's most iconic characters, including Mario, Fox (from Starfox), Link (from Legend of Zelda), Samus ( from Metroid), Yoshi, Pikachu, and loads more.

Luigi's Mansion was a launch title for the criminally underrated Nintendo GameCube.

The biggest announcement for 3DS owners, however, was that the WarioWare series is returning, bringing 300 micrograms to the handheld consoles. It brings over 100 pieces of gear, three new stages, and a high rank. The squid kids from Splatoon make a big splash in the trailer, and are soon shadowed by the presence of a many others. The Octo Expansion is launching this summer for $19.99. The bad news is that no other details were given (like whether or not it's going to be a sequel or a deluxe version or a port or 3DS compatible...) except that it will release sometime this year. Nintendo's not talking! We'll likely have to wait until this year's E3 to get more information.

This adventure game spin-off in the Pokemon universe is due for the Nintendo 3DS on March 23.

While the Switch does not feature region-locking and users should have no issue creating a Japanese account, the fact that it is exclusive to Japan means that the entire game will be in Japanese.

Two new protagonists were revealed for Octopath Traveler, the upcoming retro-styled RPG by Square Enix. Demo Available May 10.

A 2018 release window was provided. Three of the seven game types were confirmed - action, racing, and puzzle.

Yesterday's news of Undertale coming to Nintendo Switch was notable for more than just the fan-favorite game being ported to the platform.

Nintendo has had a huge 2017 with the launch of the Nintendo Switch, a hybrid home console/portable gaming machine that has literally took the world by storm. Unfortunately no release date was given.

Unexpectedly, the Pac-Man amiibo works with this macabre-looking game.

If you're in the mood for a raunchy, Mature-rated RPG, Ubisoft's South Park: The Fractured But Whole is set to release on April 24th for the Nintendo Switch. However, the company appear to be softening to the idea after announcing a tournament for their fighting game "Arms" although that is only taking place online. Do you feel the glut of remasters and remakes does more harm than good? Let us know down below!

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