One of the classic games of Nintendo, "Super Smash Bros," is coming to Nintendo Switch with the addition of new characters. The launch trailer for the game showed Mario, Link, and characters from "Splatoon."

Nintendo dropped the teaser for "Super Smash Bros" in the latest Nintendo Direct and it will almost certainly be one of Nintendo's big releases this year. Nintendo did not give much information about the game in the trailer, as even the name is not finalized yet.

The announcement only said that "The Super Smash Bros. series is coming to Nintendo Switch," so we still don't know if it is going to be a remastered port from other Nintendo consoles or an entirely new game.

The announcement was made at the end of the Nintendo Direct presentation, after a bunch of announcements for other games.

There is a remastered version of dark souls coming to Switch. Fans will be given the opportunity to try it for free in the beta period. Alongside the game, a Dark Souls Amiibo called the "Solaire of Astora" Amiibo, will also be available for fans to buy which will be released on May 25. Scanning the Amiibo will allow players to perform the famous "praise the sun" emote.

WarioWare Gold

WarioWare is getting a bundled up collection of games that will include 300 microgames.

There will be new as well as classic games included in the bundle and is coming to 3DS on August 3.

Okami HD

A remastered version of Okami HD is coming to Switch. The Switch version will use the touchscreen as well as Joy-Con controllers. It will be released on the Nintendo Switch eShop this summer.


The indie masterpiece, "Undertale," will come to Switch, but there is no official date yet.

While fans are excited about the game, developers who use GameMaker Studio 2 for developing games and other similar games made with this engine have an opportunity to be ported to Nintendo Switch as well. This engine is similar to Unity but requires less programming knowledge and anyone with a creative mind can start developing games in no time.

'Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy'

In the Nintendo Direct briefing, Nintendo announced that the Activision's new "Crash Bandicoot," that was released on PlayStation 4 last year, will be coming to Nintendo Switch on July 10. Activision also confirmed that the game will also be coming to Xbox One and PC on the same date.The game will consist of the remastered version of the collection of the first three Crash games.

Some other games that were announced for 3DS and Switch are:

  • "Dillon's Dead Heat Breakers" | May 24
  • "Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey" | TBA 2019
  • "Luigi's Mansion" 3DS Remake | TBA 2018
  • "Sushi Striker: The Way of the Sushido" | June 8
  • "Ocotopath Traveler" | July 13
  • "Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes" | TBA 2018
  • "Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker" | July 13
  • "Little Nightmares: Complete Edition" | May 18
  • "South Park: The Fractured But Whole" | April 24
  • "ARMS US & Canada Online Open Tournament"
  • "Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition" | May 18
  • "Mario Tennis Aces" | June 22
  • "Splatoon 2" Ver. 3.0 | April 2018