Nintendo Switch at E3 2018: Fortnite here now, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate arrives Dec. 7

CNET | 6/12/2018 | Scott Stein
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What does Nintendo do for a 2018 encore after last year's stupendous Switch debut year? Good question. So far, Nintendo's sophomore Switch year has been quieter, but Super Smash Bros. lurks in the wings as the next full-blast killer app for the system.

Another way to play Fortnite!

Fortnite - Switch - Surprise - Game - Switch

Fortnite is now available on the Switch: Surprise (or, did you expect it?), the biggest game of 2018 is now on Switch. Like, today. You can download it for free, as of 10 a.m. PT. It has cross-play with iOS, Xbox One, PC and Mac -- but not the PS4.


Smash - Character - Game

Every previous Smash character is in this game... ever.

Smash looks fantastic, but it also has a lot more going on than the already great 2014 Wii U version. It'll have every (yes, every) character ever in any Smash Bros. game, and a few new characters. It works with GameCube controllers. It's directed by Masahiro Sakurai. This looks insanely comprehensive. It looks like... over 60 characters?

Exclusives - Metroid - Enemy - Ridley - Splatoon

There are a few new exclusives, too: Metroid enemy Ridley, plus Splatoon characters.

What's this crazy flying mech game? Daemon X Machina is a completely new Nintendo game, a flying-mech title by Kenichiro Tsukuda, the producer of the Armored Core series. It has a lot of suit-upgrading, and isn't arriving until 2019, but it's a completely new announcement.

Xenoblade - Expansion - End - Flood - Switch

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 gets an expansion: it arrived at the end of a huge flood of 2017 Switch games, but the overlooked JRPG is getting new DLC that takes place 500 years earlier. Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country arrives Sept. 14.

Pokemon is coming in November.

Super - Mario - Party - Hits - Switch

Super Mario Party hits Switch Oct. 5 with two-system play: The party game's next iteration (how many have there been?) adds Joy-Con controls in minigames...
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