When a pre-recorded Nintendo Direct presentation dropped out of nowhere on the company's website yesterday, it immediately became one of the top trending stories of the day. In TV mode, it will run at 30 FPS in 1080p resolution. Square Enix's Project Octopath Traveler is sure to scratch the classic RPG itch of Switch owners this year, No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again will bring insanity that only Suda 51 is capable of and Inti Creates, the team behind Megaman 9 and 10, are bringing the 2D side-scroller Dragon Marked for Death to Nintendo's console as well.
We thought that Nintendo might continue this strategy into 2018, and sure enough, it will be. Luigi, Mario's brother, will host Balloon World. The second mode is Find It, where players will attempt to find balloons hidden by other players. A bona fide bumper year for sequels, the titles coming our way include two of the most highly anticipated follow-ups ever. Your prison escape antics will take you from the frosty Fort Tundra, to a train hurtling through the desert, and even to the final frontier. The "Japanese computer whiz" named Joy will be available first on Switch.
On Jan. 31, you're going to get Wave 1 that consists of the battle character Aegislash and the support set Mega Rayquaza and Mimikyu, while on March 23, you're going to get Wave 2 that comes with the battle character Blastoise and the support set Mew and Celebi.
New footage showed off Friend Abilities, which allow you to merge two copy abilities to create a new effect. For instance, you can combine water and ice and get Icicle Lance. Kirby also can hurl new friend hearts at enemies to win them over with love and add them to his party.
Since then, "mixed reality" has been pushed to be a more Windows-focused feature, which is yet to debut on Xbox One X. Feel the tension and adrenaline of one-on-one duels against deadly adversaries.
For those who don't know, YS VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA is an RPG for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC. Not to mention the astounding support it's been receiving from indie developers with the release of games like Steamworld Dig 2, Enter the Gungeon, and Yooka-Laylee. On Switch, it can be played using either the Joy-Con controllers or the touch screen. All of the games listed below are now available in the eShop unless otherwise noted. It features a unique art style that feels almost reminiscent of graffiti and is said to be inspired by Shibuya and its youth culture.
Celeste is a pixelated platformer that feels a bit like a mix between Towerfall and Super Meat Boy.
Another console exclusive (this time solely for the PS4) is Naughty Dog's The Last Of Us Part 2.
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