The official Nintendo UK website has produced an interesting feature showcasing the games you can expect to play this year on the Nintendo Switch. In the article the company reconfirms that both Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Fire Emblem Warriors will be arriving on the platform towards the end of 2017. If you’re interested you can read the article, here.

Thanks to Paidenthusiast for the tip!

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  1. I think the next logical step for the Fire Emblem series is a legit fighting game. How awesome would that be? Just imagine the roster. The only problem would be each character’s move set. How would you differentiate each character if you’ve got like 5 lance users and 10 sword users? How would their move set differ?

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  2. I’m gonna have to get an extra job to keep up with Nintendo this year lol. So many heavy hitters are releasing this year and I can’t wait…..especially for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 since I’m a huge RPG fanboy

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  3. If we are really getting Odyssey and Xenoblade this holiday on the Switch then I will be very satisfied. Even though nothing interests me before then (Arms, Mario Kart, Splatoon). I would still be pretty happy with two major games this holiday. And I can almost guarantee you that Nintendo has an unannounced game that still coming out this year. No way they have played all their cards yet.

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    • Yeah good point. Kimishima has already said that he expects for the Switch to sell like the Wii did so obviously he may be hinting at another huge 1st party title???…..Pokémon Stars perhaps??? a new mainline Animal Crossing title??? a major 3rd party exclusive no one will see coming??? E3 will be very interesting this year for Nintendo

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  4. As a Warriors fan, definitely hyped for Fire Emblem Warriors. Sad that I never got to play Hyrule Warriors. One day, I might get back to that. If I ever decide to get another Wii U, that is.

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