Martes, 20 Noviembre, 2018

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe site now open in North America

Splatoon 2 Gets Release Date, New Co-op Game Mode Splatoon 2 Will Feature New Modes, Mechanics, and More
Manuel Armenta | 15 Abril, 2017, 17:26

In addition, Nintendo is supposedly going to reveal more information about another upcoming Mobile game named as Animal Crossing. It was previously pegged for a spring launch. Shifty, Nintendo Switch players will also be able to get their hands on Jackbox Party Pack 3. Playing with the Pro Controller will disable the motion control portion of the game's controls. These two new big games are "Splatoon 2" and "ARMS", and they will be shown on Nintendo's new Direct show. The cast includes everything from a young boy in a bright yellow robot suit to a girl with ribbons for arms.

The Switch is arguably a combination of everything good about the Wii and Nintendo 3DS all in one, bridging the gap between gaming consoles and handhelds. From daft party games, cute co-op to indie darlings, here are the best games now available for Nintendo Switch. Anyhoo, if you want to watch along with us to see what's next for Nint. The timing of this listing is suspicious, as it just so happens that Nintendo is hosting a Nintendo Direct live stream later today.

Alongside the game, Nintendo will release a new Pikmin Amiibo, which looks absolutely fantastic. But, the company could pull the trigger on a second set of 30th-anniversary amiibo for The Legend of Zelda for all we know (to give us a way to unlock more special costumes in Zelda: Breath of the Wild).

Currently, pricing details for the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe bundle are unknown, but hopefully it will be priced similarly to the current Nintendo NX, which costs around 300 dollars.

"News on #NintendoSwitch & #3DS games incoming!"

For video game fans who have not pre-ordered a Switch yet, there are still chances on launch day. "In order to achieve this goal, Nintendo is interested in receiving vulnerability information that researchers may discover regarding Nintendo's platforms".

What do you think? At this point, Nintendo has not come out to address the issue yet.

Jose Otero is an Editor at IGN and host of Nintendo Voice Chat.