The latest Nintendo Direct was packed with reveals and announcements for some of Ninty's biggest franchises. Here's what we'll be playing this year.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses has been delayed until summer but we now have a solid release date. The famed RPG series will make its Switch debut on 26 July.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is bringing the franchise back to Nintendo after a ten year break. Players can assemble a team from the rosters of Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers, The Defenders and more as they take on Thanos and The Black Order.
Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition promises the most elaborate story (and title) yet, with all previously released DLC included amongst new features.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is getting an update with version 3.0 this spring. Challenge Pack 1, featuring Persona protagonist, Joker, will be available before April.
There's also some new Amiibo figures being released.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, a 2D side scroller and spiritual successor to Castlevania, can be expected sometime this summer.
Another title scheduled for a summer release is ARPG, Oninaki. As a Watcher, players will have the ability to travel between the Living World and the Beyond, severing the bonds that link the Lost to this world and sending them to the next.
PlatinumGames have a new action title coming exclusively to Switch. In Astral Chain you are part of a special task force, formed specially to tackle dangerous alien creatures which are arriving from another dimension.
Nintendo ended the Direct by announcing that classic Game Boy title, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, is being remastered for Switch.
There was more on show, with remasters, ports and demos to suit all tastes, as well as multi-platform releases. You can watch the presentation in full below.
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