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Nintendo Direct Conference Recap

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This week has been full of game announcements and it’s no surprise that the Nintendo Direct Conference brought fans plenty of exciting news. In case you missed out on the stream, find the highlights below.

The conference began with an announcement that Kazuya Mishima from Tekken will be joining Super Smash Bros Ultimate. 

Previously, we saw a trailer for Life Is Strange: True Colors on the Square Enix stream. Today we got another fresh glimpse of the new game as well as the remaster for previous titles in the series. 

SHIN MEGAMI TENSEI V received a release date of November 12. Additionally, fans got to see a gameplay trailer. 

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania will be available for Nintendo Switch in October.  

We can expect to see a remaster of Advance Wars 1 and 2 in early December.

A new Metroid titled was announced and is slated to launch October 8th.

Mario Party Superstars will be released on October 29th and will feature over 100 minigames from the entire franchise. Wario is back in a new Wario Ware game. Wario Ware: Get It Together releases on September 10.

Hyrule Warriors will get its first expansion on June 18th and Link takes to the sky in the new Breath of the Wild 2 trailer

Several games were announced to be coming to the Switch. Soon fans will be able to play Dragon Ball Z Kakarot (including a new DLC), Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 and 2, and Danganropa Decadence.

Many were hoping for a Switch Pro announcement, but unfortunately, we did not receive any news about it. Towards the end of the Nintendo Direct stream, it was revealed that other upcoming titles and projects will be announced in the near future. We can’t wait to see what they have in store for us then.

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