For months, Nintendo fans have been anxiously awaiting another Direct live stream to see what the company has in store for 2018.
As warned, it is a "mini" Direct, so there are no major new game announcements, except for the already leaked Dark Souls Remastered - which they didn't say much about in the Direct but has just been confirmed for other consoles too.
One of Square Enix's biggest cult hits will celebrate its tenth anniversary with a Switch release.
The actioner will arrive on the hybrid console under the moniker of Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, and includes a wealth of DLC.
There are additional details on downloadable content for Super Mario Odyssey, Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle and Pokemon Tournament DX.
While it wasn't the hour-long affair that many Switch fans were hoping for, the January Direct showed that Nintendo isn't slowing down in the new year.
The game will feature four-player co-op that can be used to open up new paths for players and help overcome powerful enemies.
Nintendo adds that the action-RPG will also include a new epilogue - a sizeable new scenario that promises to get right to the heart of the story.