Smash Bros Ultimate, Dark Souls Remastered + More: Hands on Nintendo Switch Gameplay

Smash Bros Ultimate was the star of the show but it wasn’t the only game we got to play at Nintendo UKVS this weekend. We managed to get hands on Nintendo Switch gameplay experience with Dark Souls Remastered, Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, Starlink: Battle for Atlas, Pokemon Lets Go Eevee & Pikachu, Killer Queen Black and FIFA 19.

The event was a blast as we got to witness some epic competitive play of Splatoon, Mario Tennis Aces and more.

Whats more we were allowed to share footage for all of these games with the exception of FIFA and Pokemon, check out our video below to see our gameplay footage and hear our thoughts. Let us know which games you are most looking forward to in the comments! Lets dive in to each of these games below:

Super Smash Bros Ultimate

Super Smash Bros Nintendo Switch

The latest in the much loved fighter series was on display and we got to experience playing it on a TV using an awesome GameCube style Smash Bros Controller. The first thing that struck us was the gorgeous graphics, the visuals really do stick out and with a full roster of every single Smash Bros character plus a bunch of new characters like Inkling we are in for a visual treat.

The next thing that stands out is the fast paced action on offer, the game feels a bit faster than previous iterations and this is highlighted with the fast paced recovery after performing a strong attack or being knocked back. Controls wise everything is tight and we can confirm that you can turn hazards on and off though we don’t know the granularity on offer. So far so good – this is shaping up to deliver against the enormous hype it’s receiving.

Super Smash Bros Ultimate is due to hit the Nintendo Switch on December 7th

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Dark Souls Remastered

dark souls remastered Nintendo switch

Its been a while in the making with rumours of delays but we got our hands on Dark Souls Remastered in handheld mode. Visually its a treat running at 720p (and 1080p when docked). We didn’t see any lag or delays and it played like a dream on the move. Dark Souls Remastered adds the previously released DLC, as well as an improved online experience where you can jump in with up to 6 friends and pairing up, has never been easier. The game was slated for release this summer so in order for that deadline to be met we are looking at an August release, fingers crossed!

 

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