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Mario Tennis Aces arrives on June 22

Mario Tennis Aces arrives on June 22

Mario Tennis Aces will be released June 22 on Nintendo Switch, the company announced today during its latest Nintendo Direct presentation. You can either play with the controllers in horizontal modes or with motion controls that mimic real life tennis swings. As we approach the release date, Nintendo will have a pre-launch online tournament where you can experience 1v1 online tournaments before its release.

Dark Souls: Remastered got a little announcement with a network test that will have more info at a later date, as well as the reveal of the Solaire Amiibo. Included is a brand new story surrounding agent 8, an octoling who mysteriously wakes up with amnesia on a train platform.

Among added features to Mario Tennis Aces is the new Special Energy gauge that can be used to pull off a number of different moves. This will be the first paid DLC for the game and will feature a new story campaign.

On top of this Captain Toad Treasure Hunter, with its block garden puzzle gaming and a featured rotate camera will enable a single player or a co-op mode, so one to two can dig for treasure.

Sequel to the cult classics, No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2 on the Nintendo Wii sees a release on the Nintendo Switch. More characters will be available with free updates.

Also for older video gamers, Crash Bandicoot N.sane Trilogy, is a remake of all three Crash Bandicoot originals for the PlayStation, which will be released July 10th.

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, where you can mash and bash within The Legend of Zelda Universe, will be released May 18.

Arms is getting an online tournament for the U.S. and Canada. You will have several different surprises, as each play through of the game is different.

The broadcast also announced that Nintendo members can exchange gold points for games via my.nintendo.com. More details on the rank will come soon. The Splatoon squid kids will be in the new game.

Splatoon 2 got a lot of attention during the last stretch of the Nintendo Direct. Ver. "Super Smash Bros." is coming back.