It's projected for a spring launch for Switch, which should give you plenty of time to warm up before you challenge your favorite Mario character to a match. The new trailer shows the gameplay and features we can expect from the upcoming game. Unfortunately, further details on this scenario have yet to be revealed, but it's possible it could take place after the events of the main game, or feature new characters for main character Neku to interact with. It's joined by support Pokémon Mega Rayquaza and Mimikyu.
Pokken Tournament DX will receive some new content through a DLC "Battle Pack". Fe will be heading to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC on 16th February 2018. Last year was very kind to Nintendo, thanks to the stellar release of the Switch and some great software to go with it, and this year looks like it could be even better. It's called Mario Tennis Aces and it's going to be the first Mario sports game for the Nintendo Switch since the console was launched. So while you're kicking back and relaxing at home you can toss your feet up and play with the wireless Joy-Cons, but while you're on the bus or commuting to work or school, you can whip out the tablet and use the touchscreen controls for the game's high-impact, fast-paced combat mechanics. Plus there's new costumes for Link and Zelda based on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. They also announced that the game will be releasing on March 16th.
In DLC news, Donkey Kong will be coming to the excellent strategic-shooter Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle as a new hero and with his own campaign set in a new world. Dark Souls: Remastered release date is May 25.
As the name suggests, this is an updated version of the action role-playing game classic. Not only does this game look hauntingly handsome, but it apparently uses Nintendo's HD rumble to help players "sing" along with other creatures in the game.