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Super Smash Bros. is back!

Splatoon 2's Inklings are in Smash Bros, but we don't know much else

Splatoon 2 is getting major updates!

Splatoon 2's Octo Expansion is a new single-player mode!

Splatoon 2 3.0 in April!

ARMS US & Canada Online Open Tournament!

Mario Tennis Aces is coming this June!

Mario Tennis Aces

Motion controls, of course!

Mario Tennis Aces

Mario Tennis Aces: Online

Mario Tennis Aces

Kirby StarAllies is out on March 16 -- with a free update coming soon!

Classic Kirby characters in Star Allies

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Octopath Traveler: No longer just a project

Octopath Traveler

Octopath Traveler

Dark Souls: Remastered

Dark Souls: Remastered Amiibo!

Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy: July 10

Little Nightmares!

Little Nightmares: Complete Edition

Undertale is coming to Switch... eventually!

South Park: The Fractured, But Whole coming to Nintendo Switch

Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition launches on May 18!

Okami HD

Okami HD

Okami HD

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido for Switch

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker 3DS!

Luigi's Mansion remake for 3DS!

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey

Dillon’s Dead-Heat Breakers

Detective Pikachu: Still Adorable

Detective Pikachu Amiibo!

WarioWare Gold

Wario Ware Gold

You've probably already heard the good news -- Nintendo just announced that a Super Smash Bros. game is coming out for the Nintendo Switch in 2018!

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What's not clear, however, is if the Nintendo Switch version of Smash Bros. will be a new entry in the series, or an updated port of the version that came out on the Wii U and 3DS. All we know for sure is that it will have Mario, Link from the Legend of Zelda, and the boy and girl Inkling characters from Splatoon.

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Speaking of Splatoon 2, Smash Bros isn't the only thing Nintendo announced during its March 8 Direct livestream! The Inkling's own game is getting a major update.

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This summer, Splatoon 2 will be getting a new single-player campaign! The $19.99 Octo Expansion story mode will follow the adventure of an Octoling through a series of subterranean tests! Complete the challenges, and you'll be able to play as an Octoling character in online multiplayer!

It's also heavily retro themed -- check out that GameCube floating in the background!

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The game is also getting a big free update in April -- adding in three new levels (Camp Triggerfish, Piranha Pit and Wahoo World), as well as 100 pieces of gear and a new maximum rank for hard-core players: Rank X!

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That's not the only Nintendo multiplayer game getting some love either: On March 18, Nintendo will be hosting an online tournament for ARMS, its bizarre telescopic boxing game! Anyone with a copy of the game can play -- and players who don't already own ARMS can try it for free on March 31 in a new "Testpunch" event!

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Nintendo also shared a ton of details about its next sports title: Mario Tennis Aces, which will be available on June 22.

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The new version of Mario Tennis will have the traditional, simple controls we know and love -- but there are also a ton of special moves and advanced shots added in to give the game an extra layer of depth.

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Nostalgic for Wii Sports? No worries: Mario Tennis Aces will have a casual "Swing Mode" for laid-back gameplay with friends and family.

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Yes, of course you can play it on the go.

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Aces will have online multiplayer and tournament brackets, too!

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In Mario Tennis Aces, you can play as a Chain Chomp. I don't think anything else needs to be said.

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The next Kirby game is all about making friends -- letting the hungry pink fluffball team up with in-game enemies. That's pretty cool on its own, but Nintendo is sweetening the pot just a few weeks after release: On March 28th, a free update to the game will let Kirby team up with King DeDe, Metaknight and more!

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The update will even add characters from classic Kirby games, like Rick, Kine and Coo from Kirby's Dream Land 2 and Gooey from Kirby's Dream Land 3!

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Looking for something a bit more hard-core? Nintendo showed off a few minutes of footage from Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes -- which transports the titular hero into the video game world. There, he'll be able to play seven different games, including an action game, a racing game, a puzzle game and more. 

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For months, Square Enix's upcoming Switch RPG was known just as "Project Octopath Traveler." Today, the company dropped the "project" part and gave it a release date: July 13, 2018.

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Square Enix also announced four new classes for Octopath Traveler: merchant, apothecary, dancer and warrior.

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Each of these classes grants their own abilities -- and since each character can equip multiple jobs, it will give players the ability to customize their character to a certain degree.

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The remake of From Software's iconic brawler is coming to Nintendo Switch on May 25 -- but if you're new to the franchise, and not sure if it's a fit for you, don't worry. The game will have a free network test later this year to let players try it before buying.

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If you already know what's up with Dark Souls, well then this Amiibo is for you. Praise the sun!

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It was almost poetic when Sonic the Hedgehog found his way to a Nintendo console, but Crash Bandicoot? That's just weird.

Still, you can't argue with a good port. Well, you won't be able to on July 10, at least.

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Speaking of ports from last year, the charming, yet creepy horror-themed puzzle platformer, Little Nightmares will be coming to Nintendo Switch in May.

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If Little Nightmares is too creepy for you, dig up a Pac-Man amiibo. It won't make it any less spooky, but at least it'll be...kind of cute?

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Undertale, the friendly RPG where nobody has to die -- is a perfect match for the Nintendo Switch. It's a delightful adventure with charm, excellent music and a ton of goofy humor.

And it's going to be on the Switch... eventually. Sadly, neither Nintendo or the game's creators were bold enough to say when. This year? Next? It's a mystery.

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Nintendo seems like a weird place for the world of South Park -- but it's not surprising these foul-mouthed RPGs are making their way to the portable console. They're actually surprisingly good!

South Park: The Fractured, But Whole launches on Nintendo Switch on April 24.

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Nintendo has already released Hyrule Warriors on the Wii U and 3DS -- but if you somehow missed both of those releases, the Definitive Edition for Nintendo Switch launches on May 18!

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For the longest time, Okami was the Nintendo Wii exclusive that everybody just had to play. Recently, it was given the HD treatment for modern consoles and PC gamers -- but weirdly, there was no word of the game returning to Nintendo. That changes this summer, when Okami HD comes home to the Nintendo Switch. 

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Okami got its start with the Nintendo Wii -- so it's only fitting to see the original game's motion controls preserved with the Nintendo Switch Joy-con controllers.

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If you don't like motion controls, Okami HD will make liberal use of the Switch's touchscreen, too.

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Last year's E3 was mostly about showing of Super Mario Odyssey -- but in-between romps through New Donk City, Nintendo paused to show off Sushi Striker: a frantic 3DS game about eating and throwing sushi.

It looked delicious -- and it still does -- but now we know the game is coming to the Nintendo Switch, too. Both versions will release on June 8.

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Super Mario 3D World was great -- but one of the best things about it was the Toad-themed mini-game levels. Those turned into the Wii U's Captain Toad, which didn't see much life outside of its home console. Thankfully, it's coming to the Switch on July 13!

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This mostly looks like a port, but the new version of Captain Toad will have a few new worlds based on Super Mario Odyssey. Welcome to New Donk City!

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Miss the stylus-powered touchscreen of the Wii U? No worries: Nintendo is porting Captain Toad to the 3DS, too -- which will also be out on July 13.

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The original Luigi's Mansion on GameCube was envisioned as a 3D game -- but the accessory that would have given it the illusion of depth never came out. That always felt like a lost piece of gaming history, but it's going to be a reality soon: Luigi's Mansion is being remade for 3DS later this year.

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Last year's remake of Mario & Luigi: SuperStar Saga for 3DS must have sold well, because Nintendo is doing it again. This time, it's bringing Bowser's Inside Story to the 3DS -- but it'll be awhile before you can relive this RPG: it won't hit the portable console until sometime in 2019.

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Name something cooler than a western, post-apocalyptic armadillo ranger.

Okay, you win. But Dillion's Dead-Heat Breakers looks pretty awesome anyway. It hits the 3DS on May 24 -- but there will be a free demo available on the eShop on May 10.

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What's better than Pikachu? How about a talking Pikachu in a detective hat that solves mysteries?

Do you really need to know anything else? Fine - the game launches on March 23 and is available for prepurchase now.

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Is a crime-solving Pikachu game not enough for you? Then how does an EXTRA LARGE Detective Pikachu Amiibo sound?

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WarioWare's bizarre, short mini-games are back, on the 3DS for the first time.

This new collection of bite-size experiences will launch on August 3 -- and comes with 300 different mini-games to master.

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You'll have to use button controls, the touchscreen and tilt the system to beat Wario's biggest collection of minigames.

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