In the past, Nintendo Directs around E3 have focused on many different platforms. but if you're a 3DS or Labo fan, you may end up a little disappointed this year. We already know that Super Smash Bros. will be shown off heavily, but there's some mystery surrounding the rest of the line-up. Are you looking forward to Fortnite on Switch?
Fortnite is one of the most teased game for the Nintendo Switch.
The current leak may not seem to be from an authentic source, yet, another legitimate source from within the gaming industry did back up the coming of "Dragon Ball Fighter Z" to Nintendo's switch. That being said, the controllers appear to be officially licensed by Nintendo, which should mean that they will work on the Switch with no issues. E3 2018 will take place from June 12 to June 14. Though whether we'll be surprised or not still remains to be seen. Additionally, the title released for Wii U. We have to assume that the free-to-play game mode will make alongside the games single-player mode it wouldn't make sense if it didn't. It makes you wonder, was this pairing always in the stars?
The leak included a Korean rating of the game on the console. "The Nintendo Switch version of this title has not yet been rated by the ESRB".
Last week's unveiling of new Pokemon games sent shares surging 6.1% over Wednesday and Thursday. That would certainly turn some heads.
If you were hoping that Anthem was going to come to the Switch, you're going to be disappointed.
This particular file was issued by Nintendo of Australia, and it shows that the game will be targeting "multiple platforms". That Smash Bros info will center around the character selection, everyone from old favorites returning (hey there, Ice Climbers!) to brand new entries (Waluigi, it's about time!).
That's a rundown of what I think is coming next week at the 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo. We had a comprehensive version of Mario Kart 8, two easy contenders for game of the year in Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild and Super Mario Odyssey along with the popular Splatoon 2 and a straight up avalanche of mostly great indie games.
Elsewhere, updates on Metroid Prime 4 and the 2019 Pokémon RPG seem unlikely as they're still a ways off, though Bayonetta 3 is a safe bet for a spot in the limelight.
Raptors assistant Nurse promoted to head coach
Toronto fired Dwane Casey on May 11 after the team was swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference semifinal. The Toronto Raptors are hiring assistant Nick Nurse to become the franchise's new head coach, league sources told ESPN.
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With Nintendo themselves announcing that Smash is the focus of this year, it's pretty clear that we'll be seeing a lot of that. So pop these times into your diary and make sure you return to read all the big gaming news as it's revealed on the day.