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Here are all the important Nintendo releases from E3, with trailers

Written by Matti Vähäkainu (Google+) @ 15 Jun 2017 11:18 User comments (2)

Here are all the important Nintendo releases from E3, with trailers The world's leading video game conference E3, or Electronic Entertainment Expo, is currently going on in Los Angeles but we've already witnessed some of this years most important news. Amongst those was obviously Nintendo's press conference where it announced tons of new stuff especially for the new Switch console.
Let's take a look what they had to offer.

As said Nintendo focused on the new Switch console which can be used as a home console as well as a portable handheld console. Perhaps the most important of the releases was just a teaser. The company announced that it is working on a new Metroid title. Metroid Prime 4 will be available on Switch only but it is currently not known when this will happen.

Actually Nintendo announced two new Metroid games. The other one is called Metroid: Samus Returns which is a remake of an classic for 3DS.

Switch will get a tons of games, some of which are shown in the trailers below, later this year. These include a platformers Yoshi as well as Kirby 2 which lets you play co-op. Nintendo also announced the DLC for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, a new Pokémon game, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and Fire Emblem Warriors, all for Switch.

Super Mario Odyssey also finally got a release date, October 27, and the Japanese giant let us know that even Rocket League is coming to Switch.

Clearly the company is putting a lot of effort bringing many of the legendary Nintendo brands to Switch but also getting popular titles, that fit the Switch narrative, from other platforms.








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2 user comments

116.6.2017 11:25

I believe the Switch to have already failed and it just came out.

Mark my words, we'll revisit this in a year.

216.6.2017 19:26

How about a sneak peek at an assembly line. It seems Nintendo always has some kind of artificial shortage with their hardware.

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