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September’s Nintendo Direct Was a Mixed Bag

Heavy Hitters The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – We got a scant 20 seconds of new footage and the new official title for Breath of the Wild’s sequel. A very short glimpse of the aerial gameplay was shown, but not anything we didn’t know already. The big news is a slight delay ...

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The Latest February Nintendo Direct Was Awesome

Even without any Breath of the Wild 2 coverage, this Nintendo Direct was a treat. This is the first Direct after a 5-month hiatus, so there’s a lot to show here. The presentation appealed to classic Nintendo fans with new showcases of Kirby and Splatoon 3, and RPG fans, giving us a plethora of...

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Nintendo Direct – September 23, 2021

Earlier today, the latest Nintendo Direct landed, revealing a bunch of upcoming titles, remasters, expansions, and some surprises for Switch owners – especially Nintendo Switch Online subscribers. Check out today’s Nintendo Direct below: The Nintendo Direct had a nice mix of announced content an...

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E3 Day 4 2021 – Nintendo, Yooreka Studio, Bandai Namco, GameSpot, Awards Show

<-E3 2021 Day3 Yesterday was a bit rough… E3 Day 4 2021 (Tuesday, June 15th) If you’d like to watch the full presentation, you can check it out here. E3 Day 4 Broadcast Pre-show Coming soon to a shopping channel near you, these vacuous twats again. One of them made an ass-to-mouth jok...

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Nintendo Direct – February 2021 Super Smash Bros. DLC Fighter Pyra/Mythra

A new challenger has appeared! Each new fighter announcement for Super Smash Brothers Ultimate is always an event unto itself. The level of anticipation that leads up to the official announcement for the next addition to the party fighter’s roster cannot be overstated. And usually, so long as ...

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Nintendo Direct – February 2021 Skyward Sword Remaster

Few video game series reach the same lauded status and notoriety that has become concomitant with Nintendo’s in-house IPs. Fewer still are as renowned as the Legend of Zelda franchise. 2021 is the 35th Anniversary year for the storied epic, and longtime Hyrule Historians have been speculating ...

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