At E3 this year, Nintendo showed us a slew of upcoming titles that will hit the Switch. Little did we know that Ubisoft were also making a great looking Mario game, with the XCOM meets Fire Emblem fun of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
The trailer, which closed out the presentation is set to a jaunty tune and showed off a couple new worlds with extremely cool and different art styles than the normal Mario fare. So sit tight, here's all the goodness we've learned today from Nintendo and the various websites around that tried the game. While the Master of Trials will be released on June 30, 2017, The Champions' Ballad will be unveilled sometime in the holiday season. "Super Mario Odyssey launches to Nintendo Switch on October 27, 2017". Nintendo also released a new trailer for the game, bringing Dinosaurs into the fray.
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The Nintendo Switch has been one of the most popular console's so far and with a partnership with Universal Studios Theme Parks it look like Nintendo with flying high again. I wouldn't put it much later than that since Nintendo doesn't like to announce things years ahead of schedule.
Pokemon While the reveal was more of a tease than a full reveal, Nintendo has stated that Game Freak is working on a "Core Pokemon RPG" for the Nintendo Switch. However, after watching the two new videos I do have to say that the game looks pretty solid. They will be Chrom and Tiki figures, which will both be compatible with the game upon its release. The feature will let a second player control Cappy, Mario's trusty new companion, letting you fend off enemies and (presumably) tell Mario what to transform into.