MAFIA II: DEFINITIVE EDITION and SNK GALS' FIGHTERS on Switch Have Been Rated by Korean Ratings Board
It looks like South Korea's Game Rating and Administration Committee has accidentally (?) spoiled another potential surprise, this time basically confirming that 2K is working on a remastered version of 2K Czech's acclaimed Mafia II. Unfortunately, that's everything we know about Mafia II: Definitive Edition at the moment.
Considering that the publisher recently announced that The BioShock Collection, Borderlands Legendary Collection and XCOM 2 Collection are on the way to Nintendo Switch, chances are that Mafia II: Definitive Edition would also release on the Japanese company's console (as well as PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC).
Although Mafia II hit stores in August 2010, its Director's Cut launched in December 2011, featuring not only the award-winning base game, but also its three DLC packs — The Betrayal of Jimmy, Jimmy's Vendetta and Joe's Adventures — so it's safe to say that Mafia II: Definitive Edition is a new iteration of said Director's Cut.
Additionally, every publisher's most hated ratings board has revealed that Aicom's SNK Gals' Fighters will be available for Switch at some point in the future. The fighting video game was first released in January 2000.
Assassin's Creed: Rogue HD, Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered, and Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2: Campaign Remastered are only some of the titles that had been revealed by the aforementioned Game Rating and Administration Committee long before their publishers would even officially showcase these projects, so you can safely take both SNK Gals' Fighters on Switch and Mafia II: Definitive Edition for granted.