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Mario Tennis Aces arrives on June 22

10 March 2018
Mario Tennis Aces arrives on June 22

Nintendo has a new tennis hero. The presentation will start today at 2 p.m. PT/ 5 p.m. ET. We might see more gameplay from upcoming ports like Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Dark Souls and Wolfenstein II.

A new Pikmin game has also been hinted at multiple times, but never officially announced.

We'll just have to watch the Direct for ourselves. This month's 30-minute presentation might have the answers you were looking for, at least, if the answers are not Metroid Prime or Pokemon. You can disable these new features by turning on simple rules.

WarioWare Gold is a brand new entry for the 3DS. This meter is charged by either keeping a volley going, or performing a trick shot. It's coming August 3rd. You can read the full description of the game below. Your Mii characters along with the Miis of friends will help you out.

Mario Tennis Aces releases for Switch on June 22. In addition, there were a few extra announcements made that fans will be interested in. The game is coming in 2019.

The Luigi's Mansion remake, originally on Gamecube, will be released in 2018. A broken racket will result in a K.O. You also have Zone speed, which will slow down time for a short while. The first two DLCs will be available at launch, and the third DLC, Bring the Cruch, will be available for purchase the same day as other platforms get the DLC. Free updates will come to the game adding Rick, Kine, Coo, Gooey, Marx, and more as playable characters. The game will be making a wump on the Nintendo Switch July 10.

Taking after its rather successful Wii days, it looks like Mario Tennis Aces will make use of the motion controls within the Joy-Con. It's coming this summer. Online multiplayer will also allow for up to four people to play form across the world.

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is a top down action game that has Travis Touchdown of No More Heroes fame exploring the world in a gaming console known as the Death Drive Mark II. The game and Solaire amiibo will be available May 25. The Solaire of Astoria will also get an Amiibo that will unlock a "praise the sun" gesture.

Nintendo's Mario Tennis Aces will feature the return of a story mode, where players will battle through various challenges in order to complete the story laid out before them.

However, you're not completely helpless if you're on the receiving end of a Zone Shot. If an opponent's racket takes an unblocked Special Shot, that's it, game over.

Rally your way to victory from June 22.

One of the games ready to be served up is Mario Tennis Aces. There will be an assist mode using a second player. You'll compete in one-vs-one bouts via the Nintendo Switch.

Get ready to hack and slash your way in Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition.

Arms is getting an online tournament for the U.S. and Canada. See below for a more compact list of what to expect. Also, Callie will now appear in Octo Canyon once certain conditions are met. The expansion will go into the deeper lore of the game.

Sushi Striker: Way of Sushido is a bubbly competitive candy crush slash grab as much as you can of sushi button masher, with quick puzzle style playing.