Dark Souls: Remastered is coming to several new platforms

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Nintendo has announced today, January 12, that a series of big games is ready to be launched this year for the Nintendo Switch console.

The 2008 Nintendo DS title - later re-released on iOS in 2012 - will be updated with HD visuals for the Switch release, using both Joy-Con and touchscreen controls.

A new Nintendo Direct Mini dropped this morning, after weeks of long speculation, featuring new announcements detailing the next few months for the Switch.

In GameSpot's original Dark Souls review Kevin VanOrd awarded it a 9.5/10, describing it as "riveting".

The story mode will include a host of single-player missions and boss battles, as well as new gameplay tweaks.

Nintendo is yet to announce the exact release date of "Mario Tennis Aces".

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According to Forbes, Dark Souls: Remastered will have a similar password matchmaking system that Dark Souls III had. Fans hoped a port running on more powerful hardware would run better and add to the overall quality of the game. Once you talk to him, you can choose to hide a balloon or find one.

Payday 2 will have full touch-screen support to make menu navigation easier than ever, while HD Rumble will let players feel everything from explosions to weapon recoil in their hands. No doubt the PC version has also been created to run much better and the #Nintendo Switch version will run at 1080p/30fps when docked in TV mode. PC gamers will be able to run the game at native 4K at 60 fps; provided their rigs can handle the load. It will also include a "sizeable new scenario".

Another Wii U game, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, will come to Switch on May 4.

Furthermore, it is also possible for the gaming company to launch Dark Souls: Remastered. They are glad to see that Nintendo tries to court developers and games that most of the people prefer.

He later states in the interview that we should expect "more announcements on the Switch" and that the versatile and portable nature of the hybrid Nintendo Switch will be crucial to the success of the FIFA franchise, especially as the 2018 FIFA World Cup looms close as EA "doubles down" on marketing FIFA.