Nintendo Direct’s recent stream wrapped up today and it had so much to offer. It was a roughly 40-minute long live stream which Nintendo announced just yesterday. The stream focused on the forthcoming Nintendo Switch games that fans can expect to release by the end of this year as well as next year.
The past year has indeed been a massive one for video games across all platforms including Nintendo. And the platform clearly shows no intention of slowing down. This was evident even during today’s Nintendo Direct event. The platform made some huge announcements about new games coming to the Nintendo Switch.
They have new titles as well as several exciting remakes of classic Nintendo titles from the company’s extensive catalogue lined up for the coming year. Players who have subscribed to Nintendo’s Online service received some exclusive and special announcements too.
The next six or seven months on Nintendo Switch’s calendars look loaded with big and impressive releases. releases, so in case you missed any of them during the showcase, we’ve got you covered here. Some of the notable announcements made at Nintendo Direct included the launch of new single-player DLC in Splatoon 3: Sider Order coming in Spring 2024, the return of one of Nintendo’s secret greatest GBA games Mario vs Donkey Kong on Switch.
Similarly, a new gameplay trailer of Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown was revealed ahead of its January release. Nintendo also announced the opening of Nintendo Museum opening in Japan next March.
Another attention grabbing announcement was that of Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door. A remastered version RPG originally made by Intelligent Systems was announced. This remake will give the new generation an opportunity to experience this charming and nostalgic game. Reportedly, fans have been demanding its re-release for years now owing to its charming writing and strong RPG mechanics.
List of Games announced in Nintendo Direct
- Mario vs. Donkey Kong – February 16, 2024
- Prince of Persia The Lost Crown – January 18, 2024
- Horizon Chase 2 – September 14, 2023
- Super Crazy Rhythm Castle – November 14, 2023
- SPY x ANYA: Operation Memories – 2024
- Super Mario RPG – November 17, 2023
- Another Code Two Memories – early 2024
- Princess Peach Showtime! – March 22, 2024
- SaGa Emerald Beyond – 2024
- Tomb Raider I-III – February 14, 2024
- Detective Pikachu Returns – October 6, 2023
- Trombone Champ – September 14, 2023
- BATTLE CRUSH – Spring 2024
- War Tales – September 14, 2023
- Contra: Operation Galuga – early 2024
- Unicorn Overlord – March 8, 2024
- Luigi’s Mansion 2 HD – Summer 2024
- F-Zero 99 – September 14, 2023 (for active Nintendo Switch online members only)
- Bandle Tale: A League of Legends Story – 2024
- Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story – November 1, 2023
- Warioware Move It! – November 3, 2023
- Eiyuden Chronicle Hundred Heroes – April 23, 2024
- Eastward Octopia – Holiday 2023
- Wargroove 2 – October 5, 2023
- Dave the Diver – October 26, 2023
- Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Final Wave DLC – Holiday 2023
- Among Us – October 2023
- Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door – 2024
With such a promising line-up of games lined up for the coming months, Nintendo is making sure that fans stay glued to their devices. Besides these, players can also expect some unexpected releases from Nintendo between these releases.