Revive your childhood this year with simulation game of Yoshi on its new adventure. A paper craft game where each course offers both a main path and a hidden path that offers different views and surprises.
“Lead Yoshi on a brand new adventure that will turn everything you've come to expect from side-scrolling games upside down! Explore a great, big world decorated like a miniature diorama in a new art style for the franchise, where each side-scrolling stage has the traditional front side as well as a flip side with different views and surprises. Look for items throughout the stage as Yoshi makes his way to the goal. You can even join up with a friend!”
2. Dragon Quest XI
Dragon Quest XI was launched in Japan last year and has taken the market by storm. This year it will be launching for Nintendo Switch also.
The story of the game is about a 16 year old central character that grew up in a peaceful and beautiful town. One day in village’s coming of age ceremony he found out that he is a reincarnation of a hero that once saved the world. He is now tasked with a mission to do it again in the world of Lotozetasia. He is also united by friends for his journey to help him in his mission.
3. Bayonetta 3
Last of the series Bayonetta 3 is Platinum Games and Nintendo’s exclusive game. This is the second in series which is exclusively for Nintendo.
You will be no doubt will be punishing naughty angels and demons once again but this time in new world with bigger stages.
4. Pokémon Switch
Oh Yes! You heard it right your favourite Pokémon is coming to Nintendo Switch. Nintendo is developing Pokemon for Switch which will be releasing this year.
“With the Switch, we see it as a chance to create Pokémon that goes deeper and with a higher level of expression,” says Ishihara, Nintendo Director, in an interview with Bloomberg. “As a result, that makes it an extremely important platform. Right now we’re using 7 to 8 inch screens, but on a high-definition TV you can express a whole different world with graphics and sound.”
5. Metroid Prime 4
Nintendo’s biggest announcement at last year’s E3 was definitely Metroid Prime 4. It is said to be a part of sequel after Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. This is game is still in development but is intended to be released in 2018 and we can’t say whether Metroid Prime 4 will be have same gameplay as its predecessors.
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