Today’s Nintendo Direct was filled with news today and one of those news happens to be more ports will be coming to the Switch. The ports that were announced was Undertale, South Park: Fractured But Whole, Little Nightmares: Complete Edition, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, and Okami HD.

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole is a very interesting choice as Nintendo is more of a family-friendly gaming company. The port will be available on April 24th of this year. The game is an RPG game that based on the popular Comedy Central show and has seen success in the gaming industry.

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Captain Toad Treasure Tracker was one of the Wii U’s most beloved game so it shouldn’t be a surprise that we are seeing this being ported over to the Switch. This version though will feature Mario Odyessy levels and a 2 player mode. The port will be available on July 13th of this year.

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Okami HD is one of Capcom’s cult classics game that will be on the Switch this summer. No exact date was released but fans of the game should be excited for. The game contains wolf gods and gorgeous art.

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Another classic that players of the gamers will enjoy to pick up again. If you haven’t played this then maybe now is your chance to play it. No release date details were announced at the time. Undertale is an RPG in which the player plays as a human child who has fallen into the Underground, a large, secluded region underneath the surface of the Earth, separated by a magic barrier.

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The last game announced was Little Nightmares: The Complete Edition. This game will release on May 18th but is already on Xbox One, PS4, and Windows. The game is a side-scroller that has the player solves puzzles and also slinking in the shadows.

Are you excited by more ports coming to the Nintendo Switch? Are you going to pick any of these games up? Tweet us your thoughts on Twitter @superbromovies and @sbarcadecorner Johnathan Brin

 

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