Today, Nintendo held its latest Direct event, showcasing some of the new games arriving for its Nintendo 3DS and Switch consoles. For most of the event, the games announced were solid but nothing too impressive. That was until Nintendo dropped its epic one more thing of Super Smash Bros. for the Switch.
Super Smash Bros. was by far the biggest and most exciting announcement, but there were many more games announced today. Unfortunately, we didn’t get any updates for Pokémon, Metroid Prime 4 or Virtual Console for the Switch, but we’ll gladly take Super Smash Bros. in the meantime. The list of games for the 3DS and Switch is long and extensive, but we’ve broken down each game in a neat list down below along with their release dates.
Check out the list and let us know which game you are most excited about.
Detective Pikachu – March 13
Dillon’s Dead-Heat Breakers – May 24
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker* – June 13
WarrioWare Gold – August 3
Luigi’s Mansion – 2018
Mario and Luigi Bowser’s Inside Story – 2019
*also available for Switch
Kirby Star Allies – March 16
South Park: The Fractured But Whole – April 24
Little Nightmares Complete Edition – May 18
Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition – May 18
Dark Souls Remastered – May 15
Captain Toad Treasure Tracker* – June 13
Mario Tennis Aces – June 22
Crash Bandicoot N’sane trilogy – July 10
Octopath Traveler – July 13
Okami HD – Summer 2018
Splatoon 2: Octo (DLC) – Summer 2018
Super Smash Bros. – 2018
Undertale – Eventually
*also available for Nintendo 3DS