Nintendo has had a stellar year with the Switch, and the E3 reveals are looking to not disappoint. Join us for the Nintendo E3 Conference where some expected reveals will be Super Smash Bros. for Switch, a new Metroid Prime game, and the recently announced Lets Go Pikachu! and Lets Go Eevee! Pokemon games. What else can we expect to see at this years announcement? Watch with us and follow along with the live updates below or follow along here
Daemon X Machina
Nintendo direct started with a video of some hefty mech gameplay with an excellent trailer featuring several different suits and enemies. Daemon X Machina set to release in 2019
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
The beloved Xeboblade RPG returns on switch with Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Torna the golden country september 2018
Pokemon Lets go Pikachui and Lets go Eevee
Reggie Fils Aime popped in to talk about the launching of Pokemon Lets go Pikachu and Lets go Eevee which takes place in the Kanto region. Players will always have their partners by their side, and you can catch and transfer pokemon from Pokemon go. By using the Pokeball plus, you can take your pokemon with you anywhere. Mew comes exclusively with every Pokeball Plus and is available November 16, 2018.
Super Mario Party
Super Mario Party is bouncing onto Switch October 5th, 2018. The trailer shows gameplay between two switches, and 4 players as kind of a psuedo game board. The trailer also showed several types of games that friends and family can get into, including cooking games, tricycle racing, and various types of battles that will keep an entire party entertained for hours.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Fire Emblem Three Houses shows cell shaded tactical gameplay with large armies being commanded by players and enemies alike. Players will take control of several Heroes that have their own skills that can be upgraded and expanded. High anime cut scenes were shown as well as a lot of in game game play that looks an appears to play extremely well. Fire Emblem: Three Houses is set to release in the Spring of 2019.
Fortnite – Switch
Fortnite is coming to the Nintendo Switch, as if we didn’t know, but what may shock everyone is that it is NOW AVAILABLE for download on the switch TODAY. The trailer for fortnite showed the various battle royale portions of the game, and the ability to play anywhere on the switch, with several controllers. Fortnite is free to play, and can be downloaded on the Nintendo Eshop today.
Overcooked 2 is the sequel to a frantic yet fun cooking game, and the newest iteration has some great new features like throwing ingredients at other players and kitchen arenas that can move and change your game. Players will be able to play multiplayer through a network connection or locally. Overcooked 2 from Team17 will be releasing this August.
Killer Queen Black
Killer Queen Black by Bumblebear games is a side scrolling multiplayer, action fighter, and the switch version will be the first iteration of the game to allow 2 teams of up to 4 to battle against each other. Look for Killer Queen Black later this year.
Team Cherry’s Hollow Knight is an action adventure game that is beautifully hand drawn, but is also a mysterious platformer slated to have endless hours of exploration for anyone daring enough to delve into its secrets. Hollow Knight is available today in the Nintendo E-shop.
Octopath traveler is coming exclusively to switch July 14th, and Nintendo showed a very short glimpse of a trailer. Square Enix did have some time to show a little more of what to expect from Octopath Traveler which seems to be a plucky little pixelated RPG.
Starlink – Battle for Atlas – Starfox Trailer
A very short clip was shown of the otherwise much anticipated game from Ubisoft.
Arena of valor
A MineCraft video was shown with a release date of June 21, 2018.
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Donkey Kong DLC
Just Dance 2019
Dragon Ball Fighter Z
Splatoon 2 expansion
Captain Toad Treasure Tracker
Fallout Shelter – Available Now
Monster Hunter Generations
The World Ends With You
Mario tennis aces
Super smash bros.
Nintendo had a HUGE Super Smash Brothers reveal, including every character that will be available, the different varients, the new levels, and MORE. Two new characters have also been announced, Ridley from the Metroid series and Inkling from Splatoon. Most characters have new final smashes and costumes, and there have been some gameplay changes, which includes dodging and blocking tweaks to ensure players are making the most of their abilities in battle. Check out the entire trailer below to see the immense information dump, it’s well worth it for SSB fans.