shin megami tensei

Nintendo Switch Presentation Summary

Releasing March 3 in Japan, America, Canada, major European countries, Australia, and Hong Kong.

Suggested retail price: $299.99 USD // 29980 yen // check with retailer in Europe, Hong Kong, and Australia. Pre-orders available in Japan starting on January 21. Two (2) bundles available. Each bundle contains:

  • Switch
  • Switch dock
  • JoyCon (bundle: gray OR bundle: neon blue&red)
  • JoyCon straps
  • HDMI cable
  • AC adapter

Pro Controller for Switch bought separately.

Online service will be free at launch, but will become paid in the fall. Region lock is gone. Battery life dependent on what game is being played.

Announced games:

  • Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild [x] - on both Wii U and Switch, available on March 3 (launch day)
  • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe [x] - available April 28
  • 1 2 Switch [x] - set of minigames, available in March
  • Arms [x] - fighting game, available in Spring
  • Super Mario Odyssey [x] - coming out Holidays
  • Splatoon 2 [x] - available in Summer


  • Xenoblade 2 [x]
  • Fire Emblem: Warriors [x] - crossover between FE and Warriors series
  • Dragon Quest 10 & 11, Dragon Quest Heroes 1 & 2
  • Shin Megami Tensei (main series) - presumably SMTV
  • Octopath Traveler - new RPG series from Square Enix
  • Skyrim - port to Switch
  • UPDATE: Puyo Puyo Tetris [x]
  • UPDATE: Super Bomberman R [x]
  • UPDATE: Sonic Mania [x]


  • SEGA announced continuing partnership to make games with Nintendo.
  • EA Sports - FIFA game coming to Switch
  • Grasshopper speaker (Suda51) - said it’s easier to develop for Switch than the Wii U was so we’re likely to see more indie games in the future for Switch. REVISION: Suda51 is also working on a new No More Heroes game.
  • Full video here: [x]

Shin Megami Tensei for Nintendo Switch Trailer