Nintendo is promising major support for its upcoming Switch console.

At a reveal event in Japan, Nintendo rolled out a parade of developers who are making games for the Switch. Let It Die director Suda51, Bethesda boss Todd Howard, and others showed up to talk about what they are working on. Here’s a look at what you can expect to come alongside the Switch over the next year.

  • Fire Emblem Warriors: A Dynasty Warriors spinoff starring the characters from Nintendo’s fantasy strategy game.
  • Xenoblade Chronicles 2: The sequel to the Wii and 3DS exclusive Xenoblade games.
  • Minecraft: Another port of the block-building megahit.
  • Shin Megami Tensei: A new entry in Atlus’s long-running RPG series running on the Unreal graphics engine.
  • Super Bomberman R: An online version of the multiplayer bombing game.
  • Ultra Super Street Fighter 2: An updated version of the classic fighter
  • Dragonball Xenoverse 2: An action-adventure game that enables you to relive the events of the anime.
  • Has-Been Heroes: A rogue-like strategy adventure from developer Frozenbyte.
  • Puyo Puyo Tetris: An amazing combination of two beloved puzzle games.
  • Just Dance 2017: The next dancing game from Ubisoft.
  • Rayman Legends Definitive Edition: An updated version of the Ubisoft platformer.
  • Steep: Ubisoft’s extreme winter sports sim.
  • Skylanders Imaginators: The next entry in Activision’s interactive-toys franchise.
  • Redout: A futuristic racing game.
  • The Binding of Isaac+: Updated version of the indie rogue-like.
  • New game from Silicon Studios, the team that made Bravely Default.
  • FIFA from Electronic Arts.
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim from Bethesda.
  • A wrestling-inspired game from Suda51, maker of free-to-play PS4 game Let It Die.