Although a lot of the hype surrounding Dark Souls Remastered is around the fact you'll be able to play it on the portable Switch, the PS4, Xbox One, and PC versions look like being the bigger remasters. The game also supports better visuals and a faster frame rate on Microsoft and Sony's new consoles. Moreover, the Artorias of the Abyss DLC will be included in the remaster for free.
The DS version of the game utilized the console's unique features, such as shouting through the microphone, performing motions on the touchscreen, so it will be interesting to see what the Switch version of the game will be bringing to the table.
The leak comes from a Twitter user in Japan who claims to have spotted a listing in a local game store for Dark Souls Remastered with a release date of 24 May, 2018. Whether the company is planning to release a similar collection to other markets is not yet known, for now.
Dark Souls Remastered is playable with dynamic 4K resolution for those playing on PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox One X, and Steam.
Players looking for more relaxed gameplay can try out the Dragon Quest Builders demo, live on the Nintendo eShop today.
As for Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, this is pretty much the same game that came out on the Wii U, although this version includes all the content that both the Wii U and 3DS iterations had. The Switch is getting new titles in the guise of Mario Tennis Aces, set for a spring launch, Kirby Star Allies, which will land 16 March, and brawler SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy, slated for the summer.
It's easy to get disappointed that Nintendo didn't reveal a bunch of new games during this latest Direct, but I wouldn't freak out and start worrying that Nintendo is running out of ideas. This is definitely a unique way to experience the game as it will probably introduce more chaos to the mix.