Final Fantasy Games, New Animal Crossing, and More Head to Switch

Laverne Mann
September 16, 2018

Isabelle from Animal Crossing has been revealed as a new character for Super Smash Bros.

There were plenty of surprises including announcements about Animal Crossing, a new Luigi's Mansion game, a raft of new 3DS released as well as a new online service.

We're just a few days away from the launch of Nintendo Switch Online. While Final Fantasy VIII is mysteriously being skipped over, the lineup thus far includes Final Fantasy VII, IX, X/X-2, XII, and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition, all of which are scheduled for 2019.

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Luigi's Mansion 3 is also in development. While you can download the games and play them offline like most other games, you have to go online at least once a week or the games will deactivate until you can reach a connection.

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The long-expected Deluxe treatment is finally coming to New Super Mario Bros. Save data backups have been a consistent request from Switch users since the console launched in March 2017. In addition to voice chat support, the app will also offer a second screen experience to view your in-game stats while you're playing. Games shown during the Direct included Ghosts 'n Goblins, Ice Climbers, and Dr. Mario. In terms of pricing, a 1-month membership costs £3.49 ($3.99); 3-months cost £6.99 ($7.99); and a 12-month membership costs £17.99 ($19.99).

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