Nintendo gave players a closer look at "Super Smash Bros.: Ultimate" for the Switch on Tuesday.
Nintendo has done a decent job of stymieing any potential leaks this year, and has only confirmed a single title for the live stream: Super Smash Bros. for Switch.
We're also expecting to see more information on other titles - possibly Nintendo Switch's first MegaTen game (Shin Megami Tensei V), maybe some more ports, and some Wii U classics making their way over, too.
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.
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. And the changes don't stop there.in an extensive walkthrough, Nintendo walked through major and minor tweaks to every character from Cloud, Ryu, Young Link, Bowser and beyond.
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.
Paris on lockdown as 'armed man takes hostages'
The attacker, who appeared to be brandishing a fake weapon, had doused his remaining two hostages in petrol, the source said. A man claiming to be armed with a bomb and revolver has taken three people hostage in Paris, police have said.