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September 2023 Nintendo Direct roundup: All the big announcements

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Nintendo delivered another packed Nintendo Direct showcase today, revealing many games coming to Nintendo Switch in 2023 and beyond. From classic masters to brand new entries in popular franchises, here are the most significant announcements from Nintendo Direct in September 2023.

Tomb Raider 1, 2, 3 Remastered

fans of the original Tomb Raider The trilogy has a lot to be excited about, like Tomb Raider 1-3 Remastered in a collection coming to Switch on February 14, 2024.

F-Zero 99

In a shocking but welcome surprise, Nintendo has confirmed that the latest leaks are true. In a retro racing treat for SNES fans, in the style of battle royale F-Zero 99 Available today exclusively to Nintendo Switch Online members and supports the SNES wireless controller.

Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door

Speaking of remakes, Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door is the next classic Nintendo title to get the HD treatment, launching sometime next year.

A remake of Mario vs. Donkey Kong

Nintendo surprised fans by announcing a remake of the Game Boy Advance puzzle platform Mario vs Donkey Kong. The remake is coming to Switch on February 16, 2024.

Princess Peach: Showtime

The previously teased lead role of Princess Peach has been revealed in the line-up Princess Peach: Showtime!, giving players more insight into her solo adventure. In the game, Princess Peach must save many stage acts who have fallen victim to an evil gang. Princess Peach: Showtime! Will be launched on March 22, 2024.

More announcements (Diving Dave, Splatoon 3 DLC, Super Mario RPG and more)

Kicking things off was a new gameplay trailer for Splatoon 3The upcoming expansion of extensionwhich should be launched next spring.

We also got a new and exciting look Remastered Super Mario RPG Ahead of its November 17th release date. Luigi’s Mansion 2 He’s also set to haunt Nintendo’s console again with its HD remaster coming next summer.

During the event, Ubisoft provided a new look at Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown. This 2D action platformer was announced in June. Today, Ubisoft Montpellier announced that it will be released on January 18, 2024.

New indie games like Dave the Diver and Trombone champion Confirmed for Switch, while Chasing horizons 2 You can play today. With so many classic and new experiences unveiled, Nintendo Switch owners have plenty of great games to look forward to.

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