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All Nintendo Switch Game Releases for June 2018


All Nintendo Switch Game Releases for June 2018

Nintendo Switch Game Releases in June 2018

Even with E3 coming up so soon, Nintendo is still committed to releasing exciting new games for the Switch in June 2018. Switch owners have quite a lot to look forward to, and there’s basically something for everyone this month.

The big headlining title of this month is Mario Tennis Aces. As the title suggests, this is a game featuring Mario and friends playing tennis together. The game comes with an Adventure mode where you can go through rallies and play against bosses. It also features local and online multiplayer, making this yet another awesome party game you can take around with you.

In addition to that, Bethesda will also be releasing their port of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. The violent first-person shooter game was originally released for the other consoles and PC last year, but it’s still exciting to see such a massive game come to Nintendo’s hybrid console. Performance will undoubtedly take a dip, as we saw from Bethesda’s DOOM Switch port, but being able to play this on the go should appeal to a lot of fans.

We also know that Dark Souls Remastered will be coming to the Switch this summer. Bandai Namco has yet to give us an official release date, but who knows? Maybe they’ll surprise us with a June release.

You can check out the full list of Switch game releases for June 2018 down below.

  • June 5: The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker
  • June 5: Happy Birthdays
  • June 6: Shape of the World
  • June 8: Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido
  • June 15: LEGO The Incredibles
  • June 17: FLASHBACK
  • June 19: The Lost Child
  • June 21: Vegas Party
  • June 21: MUSYNX
  • June 22: Mario Tennis Aces
  • June 26: Lumines Remastered
  • June 29: Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy
  • June 29: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus


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