Here is the list of games releasing.
The World Ends With You (2018) - This classic action RPG for the Nintendo DS is getting a re-release on the Switch, but there's no actual launch date just yet. There will be touch-screen functionality similarly to how the iOS version, though you can still play with a controller.
In February a free update is coming to Super Mario Odyssey adding a new multiplayer mode - Luigi's Balloon World - in which players hide and try to find balloons hidden in the game's large open world kingdoms. The Pokkén Tournament DX Battle Pack DLC is going on sale today for $14.99. The Deluxe Battle Pack will be a paid DLC and the content will be dropped in two waves. Wave 2, however, will add Blastoise as a playable fighter with support Pokemon, Mew and Celebi.
Whether another Direct happens or not, you can be sure to check in for updates on Nintendo's plans with OnlySP's Twitter and Facebook. Kirby Star Allies was announced at the E3 show past year. Another flagship character will land on Switch later this year, with Kirby Star Allies due to launch on March 16th. Co-op friends can also combine their abilities to produce new effects. The game will be available on March 16.
There are free demos available on the Nintendo eShop for Kirby Battle Royale and Dragon Quest Builders.
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As Nintendo makes every effort to leave the Wii U in its rear-view mirror, it seems to be slowly porting over every big release from the forgotten son of its library. Unfortunately, you will not be able to play as Luigi but you get to play a mini-game that features him called Luigi's Balloon World.
It's a ladies-only affair with SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy. Payday 2 is set to release on February 27th. This trailer shows off new creatures that you'll experience along with your journey and the songs you can use to control them.
Nintendo Switch gamers looking for blockbuster hits on their handheld may have to wait until 2019. Both of these games come from publisher EA. This is over 10 years on from its original release with characters last appearing in the 3DS edition of Kingdom Hearts. And Celeste from developer Matt Makes Games will be available on 25th January.
Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is also getting a port on the Switch adding to the ranks of games that are being brought over to the console from their Wii U origins. Younger, less experienced players will be tended to in this iteration of the side-scroller, with the lovable surfboard-riding Funky Kong scoring his own mode.