April Nintendo Switch News Wrap-Up

April may not have been a big month for announcements, but a ton of classics, both old and new, saw release on the Switch.

Major Announcements

04/23 Doraemon:Story of Seasons

The popular anime is getting its own crossover game with Story of Seasons (The original creators of Harvest Moon) coming to North America in Fall 2019.

04/26 Persona 5 Scramble

Rumored to be the Switch port of Persona 5, it was instead revealed to be a new Warriors style game by Tecmo Koei’s Omega Force. No release date has been announced.

Big Releases

This was the kind of month where literally thousands of hours worth of games were released. Here are the most notable of the bunch.

04/09 Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy

04/17 Katana Zero

Check out our review here.

04/12 Nintendo Labo VR Kit/Starter Set

See the full breakdown here.

04/16 Final Fantasy X-X2 HD Remaster

04/17 Cuphead

The former Microsoft exclusive comes to Switch with a few upgrades, including a character select and secret bosses.

04/17 Joker and Stage Builder in Super Smash Bros Ultimate

The second DLC character comes with a new stage, tons of new songs, and a special DLC spirit board. The stage builder mode was included for free along with a way to share creations with other players.

04/23 Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen

04/23 Mortal Kombat 11

The first Mortal Kombat game to come to Nintendo platforms since the Wii!

04/25 Steamworld Quest: Hand Of Gilgamech

04/30 Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age

Other Gaming News

04/15 Reggie Leaves Nintendo

Living meme Reggie Fils-Aimé has officially retired from Nintendo, being replaced by Doug Bowser as president of Nintendo of America. His presence in Nintendo Directs and press conferences will be missed, and we wish him nothing but love on his future endeavors.

04/16 Xbox One S All-Digital Edition

The new edition of the Xbox One will be released at $250 and will not include a disc-drive, making this the first digital only console this generation.

Our Reviews

Check out everything we played this April, and look forward to all the games we’ll be reviewing this May as well.

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