Upcoming Nintendo Switch games and accessories for October and November 2021 – EzAnime.net
Wait, where did September go? Yes, that’s right, another month has flown by and it’s time to get stuck in the really juicy months of the year. In early October, we have the heavyweights of a new Metroid game and new Switch hardware, which would be more than enough to keep us busy in the summer months, but there’s a lot more to look forward to over the next few months. , including new and old Pokémon.
We’ve listed some of the upcoming highlights from the big Switch games slated for October and November below. Below those physical releases, you’ll also find a selection of other games launching starting in September, usually physical versions of previously digital-only Switch eShop games, plus a selection of Switch accessories and related peripherals available in the coming months.
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Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania – October 5 Metroid Dread – October 8 Nintendo Switch OLED Model – October 8 Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water – October 28 Mario Party Superstars – October 29 Shin Megami Tensei V – November 12 Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl – Nov 19 More Awesome Nintendo Switch Games Awesome Accessories For Your Switch
With content and courses from the first three games from Super Monkey Ball to Switch, Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania thrilled many super ape enthusiasts when it was officially announced at E3 2021. It’s coming to Switch soon, so there will definitely be Many. to keep fans busy once the 10th month of the year rolls around …
Metroid Dread, the fifth installment in the Metroid 2D franchise comes 19 years after Metroid Fusion on the Game Boy Advance, but from what we’ve seen so far, it will be worth the wait and more. Featuring a special edition and two new amiibo released alongside the new game, a joint development between Nintendo and Metroid – Samus Returns developer MercurySteam. – October 8th is shaping up to be red letter day for fans of the galaxy’s greatest bounty hunter.
Oh, and that day the Switch OLED model will also be released. With a beautiful (and larger) OLED screen compared to the other two Switch models, it also has twice the internal memory, a wider and stronger kickstand, ‘improved’ audio of some kind, and a new base to look for. (with a LAN slot) that will make the OLED Switch the premium model, especially for portable players.
Formerly a Wii U exclusive on the Fatal frame franchise (known as Project Zero in Europe), Koei Tecmo’s Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water was one of the few titles that actually made use of the Wii U’s core asymmetric gimmick. That, coupled with lukewarm critical reception, made a Switch port seems unlikely – we gave it a 2/10 chance of a Switch port in our roundup of Wii U games not yet on Switch.
However, the franchise has a devoted and loyal fan base, and Koei Tecmo has made the decision to rework the Gamepad elements and bring the game not only to Switch, but to other platforms as well. A very welcome surprise!
And finally, just in time for Halloween, we have Mario Party Superstars arriving in late October.
Mario Party Superstars, which updates five boards and 100 minigames from the first three Mario Party games on Nintendo 64, is the second entry in the series to grace the Switch after Super Mario Party. While some may call that over the top, these are incredibly popular party games and the minigames and smooth competition they contain make it hard not to have fun when it’s Mario Party time.
This Atlus Switch exclusive was first announced in 2017. We had to wait a while, although Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster arrived on May 25, so SMT fans on Switch have had something to chew on. last months until the new game arrives.
Announced as part of the February 2021 Pokémon Presents showcase celebrating the franchise’s 25th anniversary, Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl are Switch remakes of the DS entries that lacked the additional adjectives.
Fifteen years since the original Pokémon Diamond and Pearl brought Gen IV and the series to a non-Game Boy handheld, we’ll be able to relive our Sinnoh days on Switch through the lens of a series-exclusive chibi style (until now).
There’s also the Switch Lite Pokémon Dialga & Palkia Edition launching a couple of weeks earlier, on November 5, if you can’t get enough of the new Switch hardware.
More awesome Nintendo Switch games
In addition to the games highlighted above, there are many more Switch games that may be to your liking in October and beyond.
Amazing accessories for your switch
And finally, here is a selection of the best accessories for the Switch launching in October and beyond, for your consideration.
So that’s it for October and November, did we miss anything? Let us know with a comment and also let us know if you have reserved any of these goodies!