Mario Tennis Aces launches this June on Nintendo Switch

Direct Leaks: Japanese retailer reveals Mario Tennis Aces characters, release dates and more

There is now a demo available on the Nintendo e-Shop.

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is another Nintendo Switch exclusive with a new gameplay trailer. The Wii U's stunted life cycle and limited appeal meant that not almost as many people got their hands on the latest entry in the popular franchise as would have if it came out on the Switch instead. Similar to other games like ARMS and Splatoon 2, you'll be able to preview the game through a special tournament that will become available prior to the game's launch. A much faster way to replenish it is to use a Trick Shot, which lets you jump to cover more ground, but also must be timed properly.

In addition to this, a listing went up for the yet-unannounced Sushi Striker: Way of the Sushido, for both Switch and 3DS. Not only that there will be online multiplayer tourneys, special outfits, and characters, and of course there will be a story mode. Jobs in battle were revealed, with secondary jobs having strategic use inside combat as well as outside. The game launches on July 13. The game has been out in Japan for a while, but the rest of the world will get it March 23rd. Majority also have a release date which is great news. The Solaire of Astoria will also get an Amiibo that will unlock a "praise the sun" gesture. The game is available sometime this year.

Playstyle categories were also revealed in the presentation. The redeeming of coins can be done through the e-shop or through the official Nintendo website.

Mario Tennis Aces releases on June 22, 2018 for Nintendo Switch. The still unnamed Yoshi game seems fairly certain, but it's possible that Metroid Prime 4 and the unnamed new Fire Emblem game will be left till E3 in June.

Mario Tennis enthusiasts were treated to a mammoth sized update at today's Nintendo Direct presentation. The zone shot is also a feature, which is a souped-up shot and can accumulate racket damage on the opponent. You'll be using the buttons as well as the stylus, tilt controls, and microphone. Failing to block three times will result in a racket break, which is an automatic forfeit. Another ability is Zone Speed, which works like bullet time, allowing you to get to balls you wouldn't normally be able to reach.