One more press conference before E3 2018 begins, and it’s the wild card. Sometimes Nintendo delivers megaton after megaton, sometimes it plays its cards close to its chest. What’s this year’s Direct—which Nintendo says focuses on Switch games for 2018—got in store? Smash, at least. Watch the Nintendo Direct here or…
E3 marches ever forward with Nintendo’s E3 Direct at 9am PT/12pm ET. We’ll certainly see more Super Smash Bros., and hopefully we’ll get a new bevy of games for the Switch.
We just got a whole bunch of awesome Nintendo Switch game announcements in today’s Nintendo Direct, but as usual, Japan got a little bit extra. Here are the announcements you didn’t see if you only watched the U.S. Direct.
Today, Nintendo officially announced that Super Smash Bros. is coming to Switch. Equally exciting: the original Luigi’s Mansion is getting a 3DS remake!
A sudden Nintendo Direct brings with it a handful of ports that you can play on the subway or while laying in bed. Here’s a list of all of the fresh ports making their way to the Switch.
Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story is getting a remake for the 3DS some time in 2019. It’ll also include new content Nintendo is calling “Bowser Jr.’s Journey.” Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga got a remake last year which was excellent, but Bowser’s Inside Story was an even better DS game, though 2019 is a ways out.
It’s time for some Nintendo news, as the company behind the red-hot Switch holds a Nintendo Direct to talk about what else is coming in 2018.
There will be a Nintendo Direct tomorrow at 5pm Eastern focused on 3DS and Switch games coming out this year. Nintendo adds that the entire thing should run about 30 minutes and will also include new information about Mario Tennis Aces. And who knows, maybe we’ll finally get Mother 3.
This morning, Nintendo dropped a 15 minute “Nintendo Direct Mini” out of nowhere, detailing some new games, ports, and DLC coming to the Switch in the first half of the year. The video, which was pre-recorded and came with no official advance notice, capped off a week of fans losing their minds waiting for the company…
Praise the Sun! A fully remastered version of Dark Souls is coming to the Nintendo Switch, allowing fans of the series to die suddenly to Capra Demon while traveling on the subway.
After days of hype and feverish anticipation, Nintendo this morning dropped a surprise Nintendo Direct mini. It won’t blow anyone away, but it’s got some unexpected port announcements (The World Ends With You!) and ends with a tease for Dark Souls remastered.
The next big Nintendo Direct starts at 6pm ET tonight. It’ll run around 45 minutes and be full of Switch and 3DS news. Watch here!
There’s a Nintendo Direct coming this Wednesday at 6pm ET. Keep an eye out for 3DS games, Switch games, and maybe even some third-party ports. (Looking at you, Bethesda.)
There will be a Nintendo Direct July 6 at 10am Eastern focusing on Splatoon 2 ahead of the game’s July 21 release. Nintendo says the stream will show off features new to the game.
The ARMS Nintendo Direct is starting at 6pm Eastern. You can watch right here.
There will be a Nintendo Direct tomorrow at 6pm Eastern, “exclusively focused on ARMS.” Nintendo adds that there’ll be a Splatoon 2 trailer at the end of the presentation. We’re not getting our hopes up for surprises this time.
Splatoon 2 will come packed with something called “Salmon Run,” which looks a bit like horde mode—with paint, of course. Up to four players will be able to team up to defeat waves of baddies and collect treasure. Splatoon 2 will launch on July 21st for the Nintendo Switch according to today’s Direct livestream.
There’s a new Nintendo Direct hitting Wednesday, April 12 at 6pm Eastern. Don’t get your hopes up too much, though—Nintendo says this one will focus “mainly on ARMS and Splatoon 2.”
An upcoming Nintendo Direct focused on 3DS games will take place this Thursday, September 1st at 10AM Eastern Time. Nintendo’s press release notes that “NX will not be discussed or revealed in this broadcast.”