Check out this Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct featuring exciting new game info delivered by director Masahiro Sakurai.
0:06 – Castlevania’s Simon Belmont introduction cinematic
2:00 – Castlevania’s Richter Belmont introduction cinematic
2:56 – Masahiro Sakurai introduction
3:12 – Simon Belmont character info
4:14 – Dracula’s Castle stage introduction
4:49 – Castlevania stage music introduction
5:05 – Dracula 5:36 – Assist Trophy: Alucard
6:05 – Richter Belmont character info
6:49 – Echo fighter introduction: Chrom
7:35 – Echo fighter introduction: Dark Samus
8:17 – Echo fighter selection info
8:56 – Stages 10:16 – New Donk City Hall Stage
10:55 – Classic stages and stage updates
11:19 – Smash Bros. Stage Totals
12:19 – Stage morph
13:05 – My Music
15:21 – Rules
17:03 – Battle Modes
19:10 – New items
20:15 – New Pokémon
21:33 – New assist trophies
23:01 – Boss + Assist Trophy: Rathalos
23:40 – Main Menu
24:17 – Masahiro Sakurai Signoff
24:46 – King K. Rool introduction cinematic
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is available 12/7!
Arctic invaders have turned Donkey Kong Island into their personal frozen fortress, and it’s up to you to save the day when Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze launches on Nintendo Switch May 4th! Barrel-blast into this critically acclaimed adventure, complete with a banana-bunch of new features. Traverse islands packed with platforming perfection and nonstop action as the classic Kongs in the original game, or mix things up by playing the story as Funky Kong in the new Funky Mode!
The video above was released a couple of days ago by Blizzard on the company’s official Twitter and sparked rumnors that DIII could very well be on its way to Nintendos hybrid console.
Blizzard was fast with denying it, but sources told Eurogamer that it will indeed happen. It’s a port of the game and it’s unclear if the Reaper of Souls and Rise of the Necromancer expansions will be included.
“As of now, we do not have any current plans to announce Diablo for Switch,” a spokesperson told Eurogamer.
Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the iconic Street Fighter franchise with the ultimate tribute to its arcade legacy in the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection, coming to Nintendo Switch in May 2018. This content-rich all-in-one package highlights the series’ past in an anthology of 12 classic titles.
Release Date: May 2018
Nintendo Switch has succeeded to sell 10 million units within the first 9 months and aims to sell 34 million units worldwide until December 2018/January 2019, as the console is the fastest selling ever in Japan.
Nintendo announces in a press release that the same applies to the US, where 4,8 million units were sold in since its release back in March last year. Wii with its 4 million sold units under the same time period is now bypassed.
Fans across the country have experienced the joy of playing their favorite games at home or on the go. Now that many more people have received Nintendo Switch systems for the holidays, we look forward to bringing them fun new surprises in 2018 and beyond.
Nintendo has announced today that 10 million units of their hybrid-gaming console have been sold this year.
Keep in mind that 2017 has not passed yet and that Switch has been in retail for only 9 months, which makes these numbers even more amazing and a great achieved milestone for the japanese company.
The game is a Switch exclusive.