Like you may expect, Nintendo does little to short its users – especially when a Nintendo Direct airs. So far from the recent presentation, the firm continues to offer exciting announcements for Nintendo Switch. One of the biggest surprises comes in the form of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Remaster. After many years of fans demanding a re-release, Nintendo goes beyond for the game come next year in 2024.
Additionally, the firm also entertains the outcry for more representation of F-Zero. In that, Nintendo Switch Online receives F-Zero 99 on Thursday which integrates the battle royale-esque gameplay with the beloved SNES title. Even more, another same day release for the Nintendo Switch is Trombone Champ: using the Joy-Cons, players must complete rhythmic challenges to score playing a song with the trombone.
Elsewhere during the presentation, Nintendo also revealed that Nintendo DS & Nintendo Wii series Another Code is being adapted for Nintendo Switch with a two-game collection. You can watch the reveal trailer in the video below:
“Travel to the remote Blood Edward Island as Ashley, a 13 year old girl in search of her father in Another Code: Two Memories. Ashley receives a letter from her father who she believed to be dead, setting off a chain of mysteries and visions into the past. Investigate your surroundings and locales while solving puzzles to reveal the truth in this refreshed retelling of the original Trace Memory game for the Nintendo DS system.
“Experience Ashley’s full story, including the events of the first game’s sequel—Another Code: R – Journey into Lost Memories. Previously unreleased in North America, this second installment completes Ashley’s intriguing tale as she journeys to Lake Juliet two years after the events of the first game to uncover the hidden truth surrounding her mother.”
The description from the Nintendo eShop continues: “This collection includes fully enhanced versions of both original games, featuring overhauled visuals, fully explorable environments, new voice acting, puzzles, music, and more. Optional hint and navigation systems have been added to help players new to adventure games.”
What has you most excited for Another Code: Recollection?
Another Code: Recollection ships on January 19, 2024 for Nintendo Switch.