Helping Mario in his quest is Cappy, a ghost-like creature who has possessed the plumber's hat.
The trio of new amiibo includes Mario, Bowser, and Peach all in their finest clothes.with Mario sporting a white suit and white top hat with a red bowtie, Peach in a wedding dress and tiara, and Bowser in a white suit and white top hat. You can swing it in different directions with a flick of the controller's motion sensor.
The Sand kingdom had more of a traditional Mario feel with risky platforming and bullet bills and goombas trying to take the plumber out; there was a clear path for where Mario is expected to go; there were 2D portions filled with bullet bills to get to otherwise unreachable destinations; and Mario could capture Easter Island statue-esque Moe-eyes to see invisible platforms hovering over deadly quicksand. "There is no actual setting in a specific time period", says Motokura.
Here's the game in action. The game delivers an authentic and immersive football experience, allowing fans to play the world's game anytime, anywhere.
Here, the Mushroom Kingdom collides with Ubisoft's Rabbids in a chaotic turn-based RPG.
This staggeringly popular free-to-play game has already made a huge splash on other consoles, so it's a solid bet for a device that wants to shore up its multiplayer offerings. This game will be released August 29th, 2017.
The sheer scale of Mario Odyssey is also eye-catching.
Victor or nominee of more than 150 "Game of the Year" awards, Rocket League is a high-powered hybrid of arcade soccer and driving with rewarding physics-based gameplay.
Nintendo saved this surprise reveal for the Treehouse livestream.
As you might expect from a port to Nintendo's newest console, it'll feature a raft of Nintendo items as cosmetic exclusives.
And, that's not all for Metroid fans. Metroid Prime 4 is in development. Ultimate Team fans will get to participate in beloved features like Squad Building Challenges, Online and Offline Seasons, Tournaments, and Draft. Though Game Freak has largely abstained from producing console Pokemon games, it seems that the Switch has won them over, with The Pokemon Company's Tsunekazu Ishihara revealing that the game is now in development. Now we have an official release date, along with some sweet new gameplay footage. That's highly unlikely. But in reality, we aren't sure what Nintendo has in store. The company also announced two DLC packs for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The Champions' Ballad trailer revealed a sepia-toned Zelda alongside the four champions Daruk, Mipha, Revali and Urbosa, hinting at a possible return to Hyrule past. The Switch is an ideal platform for indie developers and Nintendo will need more than its first and second party genius if the console is to continue its remarkable run. And, in a nod to Link's Crossbow Training, Skyrim players on the Switch will be able to use their Joy-Cons to shoot arrows with motion control.
Koei Tecmo and Ninja Theory gave us a story trailer for Fire Emblem Warriors, a Muso-style spinoff title similar to Hyrule Warriors. Yoshi for Nintendo Switch swaps out the wool of Yoshi's Wooly World for paper. Holiday 2018 seems to be a reasonable earliest estimate for this one.
Snakebyte has also announced the Starter Kit Pro, which bundles together a few knickknacks to protect the Switch and make it easier to carry everything around.