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Starting off in a rather weird note for Nintendo, Daemon X Machina has been revealed, bringing another Japanese mecha themed title to the hybrid console. We caught glimpses of the new assist trophies and items but in the midst of battle it was hard to focus on anything other than staying alive. Invitational 2018 is the second major esports event that Nintendo is hosting at E3 2018.

The game releases August 7th.

It's the Nintendo Switch's second E3!

Ultimate, Fortite for Switch, Mew for Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu and Eevee, and others, we've posted those below as well.

And the appearance of the multiplayer smash hit Fortnite on the Switch - as a free download - shows that third-party developers are willing to jump on board too. However, the Switch still has the classic Nintendo problem of a shallow game catalog. Ultimate actually has a release date! "As for Metroid Prime 4, now they have a new story they want to tell; a new way to showcase the game and the characters in the Metroid universe in the best way they can".

If you'd like to get your hands on Super Smash Bros. As well, eight-player battles will be coming to the console. They both look exceptional, and the latter is available on the Nintendo eShop starting today. Another indie darling, Killer Queen Black, brings 8-player action and strategy platforming to the Switch this winter. Adventure is available today on the eShop, as is Bethesda's Fallout Shelter.

Octopath Traveler, the latest title from Square Enix, is finally nearly done.

Announced as part of Nintendo's E3 2018 Direct presentation, Overcooked 2 is real, and it's coming to Nintendo Switch. We have all of the details you need to view the Super Smash Bros. We picked Fox - a staple character from the beginnings of the franchise - while our partner and frenemies picked fan-favorite Snake and Ridley. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will feature every single playable character that has ever been introduced in previous games, along with a few new characters. Nintendo quietly telegraphed this move past year when a Switch firmware update added Gamecube controller support back in October.

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