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Nintendo Switch's Upcoming Game Owlboy is an Acclaimed Platformer

20 May 2017, 02:50 | Jodi Jackson

Nintendo Switch's Upcoming Game Owlboy is an Acclaimed Platformer

Nintendo Switch's Upcoming Game Owlboy is an Acclaimed Platformer

Earlier this month, Emily Rodgers, who is famed in the industry for her insider knowledge of Nintendo releases, stated that there was a new Nintendo Switch game being worked on that combines the popularity of Super Mario with Ubisoft's crazed Rabbids characters.

Arms for Nintendo Switch lets you earn in-game prize money as you play various modes of the game.

Martinez also mentioned that Ubisoft intends to maintain its position as a leading third party publisher on Nintendo consoles before adding that the company "can't wait" to talk more about upcoming Switch games. Following are the launch characters for ARMS. In addition, the new Local Wireless mode will let eight players connect their Nintendo Switch consoles together and battle in a three-player match. Each ARM has its own element attribute, special attack, and weight. We'll be reporting on all the news from the press events that week, as well as bringing you previews from the show floor.

In other news, the "Fire Emblem Heroes" is now doing good, ranking in the top 10 of the highest grossing games list on the iOS App Store. So now you have more choices, which is always good. The 1 v 100 match will allow players to defeat 100 enemies in a match. Plus details on how online play will work, multiplayer and the rest of the roster of unique fighters.

Nintendo also mentioned that they will support ARMS in the future. The first is May 26 to 28, and the second is June 2 to 4. Thus far, it seems as if the Splatoon 2 Switch bundles will only be available in Europe and Japan when Splatoon 2 launches on July 21, 2017.

As a surprise end note to the Direct, Nintendo unveiled a trailer for Splatoon 2's single-player campaign. All users need to do is download the demo from the Switch eShop before the trial begins.

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