Here’s everything Nintendo announced today. Nintendo just released a twenty eight minute Nintendo Direct Mini. Don’t know how 28 minutes is ‘mini,’ but, you know, it’s all right. It featured such announcements as an ARMS character heading to Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, the release date for Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, and so much more. Here’s a quick roundup. We now know the first character from Super Smash Brothers Ultimate’s new Fighters Pass will be a character from the Nintendo exclusive fighting game ARMS, although we don’t know which one. The fighter’s identity will be revealed in June. Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition will be released for Nintendo Switch on May 29. This is an updated version of the Wii game released in 2012. Here in North America. 2K has announced that BioShock: The Collection, Borderlands: Legendary Collection, and XCOM 2 Collection are all headed to the Nintendo Switch also on May 29. BioShock: The Collection contains all three BioShock games as well as DLC packs, including the fantastic Burial At Sea expansion for BioShock Infinite and the Minerva’s Den storyline for BioShock 2. The Borderlands Legacy Collection features the original Borderlands 2 and the Pre-Sequel as well as all add-on content. If you’re a fan of the series, you’ll know there’s a ton of downloadable content for Borderlands 2 in particular making this a very hefty offering. And the XCOM 2 collection features the base game along with the war of the chosen expansion pack. A new trailer was released for the JRPG Bravely Default 2 alongside the announcement that the game’s demo is available now. Still waiting on a release date, though. Nintendo released a few details about Pokemon Sword and Shield’s expansion pass, which will add the Isle of Armor and the Crown Tundra to the latest Pokemon adventure this year. The Isle of Armor will be released in June, and Nintendo revealed that trainers will earn the legendary Pokemon Kubfu. I think that’s how you say it. The Crown Tundra will be released this fall. Between April 1st and 12th, Animal Crossing: New Horizons residents can participate in Bunny Day in honor of Easter to find eggs hidden by the bunny visitor, Zipper, and craft exclusive items. The next event after Bunny Day will be Earth Day in late April. 2003’s Star Wars: Jedi Knight – Jedi Academy is now also available on Switch. Jedi Academy features the orginal’s campaign and a 16-player multiplayer mode. And 1999’s Star Wars Episode 1: Racer is headed to Switch later this year. Burnout Paradise Remastered will be crashing on to Nintendo Switch this year. The remaster was originally released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in 2018. And this is the updated version of the 2008 Burnout game. Catherine: Full Body will arrive on Nintendo switch on July 7th and the Panzer Dragoon remake is available now as a timed console exclusive on the Switch. A free update will be released for Ring Fit Adventure later today that will add a new rhythm game mode, an option to switch to female voice, and more. The rhythm mode features a few tracks from such games as Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2 and Breath of the Wild. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3’s new expansion pack will arrive on Nintendo switch today, and this new edition adds the Fantastic Four and Dr. Doom as playable characters and a new story campaign. And finally, King’s Bounty 2. A new sequel to the King’s Bounty series that began in 1990 is headed to Nintendo Switch with much more realistic graphics, a new character development system, and much more. Whew. OK, that was a lot. There are a couple more smaller announcements and release dates that Nintendo shared today, so head over to IGN.com to keep up on all that and be sure to stay tuned here for more gaming news.