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South Park, Crash Bandicoot, and Captain Toad Highlight the Ports Coming to Nintendo Switch

If you don't own a Nintendo Switch, Nintendo gave you a few more reasons, during their direct, in the form of the latest games porting to the mobile console!

The narrative that Nintendo isn't edgy is no more as the gaming giant has brought over several new games that raise that ESRB rating.  Prior to today's Direct, we knew about Dark Souls Remastered joining the Switch family, but the latest announcement is pushing the envelope off the table.  That's because Ubisoft is porting their uber-offensive RPG South Park: The Fractured But Whole to the Nintendo Switch, April 24, 2018!

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The South Park gang is back in an outrageously offensive superhero RPG adventure. And with Nintendo Switch, players can now drop into South Park anytime, anywhere. In addition to the main game, all of the game’s add-on content will be available for purchase. South Park: The Fractured But Whole launches for Nintendo Switch on April 24.

In what is the most surprising news, Nintendo's Direct was the first signal flare that the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is no longer a Playstation 4 exclusive and will be ported to Nintendo Switch on July 10, 2018.  It will also make its debut on Xbox One and PC on the same day, as well.

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Nintendo didn't have to go very far for the next port as they're bringing Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker to Nintendo Switch, after making its debut a couple of years ago on Wii U.  The difference with this game, from the old one, is that it will include Super Mario Odyssey-inspired levels!  This epic puzzle game will also include new features where anyone can play with a friend or family member by sharing a pair of Joy-Con controllers. While one player controls Captain Toad, the other can assist with things like turnip cover fire. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker will arrive July 13, 2018!

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The rest of the games that are on their way to Nintendo Switch are as follows:

  • Okami HD: The gorgeous and ethereal remake of classic action-adventure game Okami is coming to Nintendo Switch. In the Nintendo Switch version of the game, players can use the touch screen in Handheld Mode or the Joy-Con motion controls in TV or Tabletop Mode to control the Celestial Brush to defeat enemies and solve puzzles. Okami HDlaunches in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch this summer.
  • Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido: Originally announced for Nintendo 3DS at last year’s E3, Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido is also coming to Nintendo Switch! The action puzzle game finds players devouring conveyor-belt sushi, matching plates and then throwing them to defeat enemies. The basics are simple, but the gameplay is deep … and tasty! In the game’s multiplayer mode, players can even compete locally or online* against other players in intense matches. Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido launches for both Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS on June 8.
  • DARK SOULS: REMASTERED: The remake of the genre-defining and beloved original DARK SOULS game launches for Nintendo Switch on May 25. On the same day, an amiibo figure based on Solaire of Astora will also be released. By tapping this amiibo, the popular “Praise the Sun” gesture can be used with reckless abandon from the start of the game. (The gesture can also be obtained through regular gameplay.) Players who want to take the game for a spin can participate in a “network test.” The free network test launches in Nintendo eShop, and will allow players to download and play a part of DARK SOULS: REMASTERED before it launches to try out the gameplay and unique online features. More details about the network test will be revealed soon.
  • Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes: When Travis Touchdown wanders into the game world, he goes on a rampage of epic proportions. The latest title in the cult classic No More Heroes series contains a total of seven game titles, including an action game, racing game and puzzle game. By using another Joy-Con controller, two players can team up for co-op multiplayer action. Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes launches exclusively for Nintendo Switch this year.
  • Little Nightmares: Complete Edition: From award-winning developer Tarsier Studios comes Little Nightmares, a charmingly horrific puzzle-platforming adventure. The Complete Edition contains the two haunting tales of Six and The Runaway Kid in one package. You can even tap the PAC-MAN amiibo figure (sold separately) to unlock the Pakku Mask when playing. Little Nightmares: Complete Edition launches on May 18.
  • UNDERTALE: The million-selling role-playing game in which nobody has to die is headed to Nintendo Switch. Launch details will arrive at a later date.
  • Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition: The definitive edition (it’s in the title!) of Hyrule Warriors brings together dozens of characters from the Legend of Zelda series in an over-the-top action game. The game launches for Nintendo Switch on May 18.

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