The first Nintendo Direct of 2022 was jam packed with surprising revivals, updates, and greatly-anticipated sequels. Mario Strikers, Xenoblade Chronicles 3, Nintendo Switch Sports, and Chrono Cross are just a few to name.
The September 2021 Nintendo Direct actually happened and it delivered! Not only did we get news about 30 games, but we also found out when the next Super Smash Bros. Ultimate character would be revealed, we were teased about a new expansion pack for Nintendo Switch Online, we saw new controllers, we heard about the upcoming Mario movie, and we finally got more information about Bayonetta 3
That time of the year is finally here and Nintendo has finally announced the date of their E3 presentation–June 15,…
After what feels like forever, Nintendo has announced a new Nintendo Direct. Read on for all the details!
There have been constant rumors surrounding Nintendo Direct videos all year, but they were especially heating up this last week with industry experts saying we would get one as early as August 28. Either they were wrong or someone at Nintendo hit the publish button too early, because awoke to a surprise Partner Showcase this morning, August 26.
There has been talk about a Nintendo Direct presentation for several months. The last one we had was on September 4, 2019. Many expected one in January and also February. Now, here we are almost at the end of March with a surprise drop of a Nintendo Direct Mini with nearly 29 minutes of Nintendo Switch games coming this year (that is if the COVID-19 virus doesn’t delay anything).
On episode 183, we’ll share our impressions about The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening on Nintendo Switch and discuss a bit of the recent news surrounding Nintendo. For instance, what is Ring Fit Adventure, did we get a Switch Lite, how was year one of the Nintendo Switch Online service, and how did we celebrate Nintendo’s 130th anniversary? As usual, we’ll also interact with you all in the live chatroom throughout the show!
In episode 182, we’ll share our reactions to the big Nintendo Direct from September 4, 2019 and discuss a bit of the recent news surrounding Nintendo. As usual, we’ll also interact with you all in the live chatroom throughout the show.
So many games and more shown off today!! Check out the full list right here…
Nintendo just concluded their annual E3 Direct, so here’s every new game they announced for Switch with their release date/window…
Early this morning, we got seven action-packed minutes of Pokémon news about the newest RPG adventures in the main series.
The much rumored January 2019 edition of the Nintendo Direct never happened, even though many were hoping for it. Instead, we got a short video featuring indie titles and a few email press releases. So when it came to the rumors of a February Direct, many of us started wondering if this was a “Boy Who Cried Wolf” scenerio again. Fortunately, we were greated with an announcement yesterday that confirmed the video would go live on February 13. Let’s recap what was announced!
After a week its original air date, Nintendo went live with its latest Nintendo Direct video. We don’t quite know what was changed from the original video, but this was was packed with content.
UPDATE: Due to an earthquake in Japan, today’s Nintendo Direct will likely need to wait until next week or the week after. Here is an update we received from Nintendo this morning…
The latest Nintendo Direct has been announced and will remain highly focused on the upcoming Super Smash Bros. Ultimate scheduled to release later this year on December 7th, 2018. Many more details will be covered regarding this highly anticipated game.