WorldGaming E3 Conference Breakdown - Nintendo

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WorldGaming E3 Conference Breakdown – Nintendo

15 Jun , 2017  

Written By: Steve Vegvari
 
Xenoblade Chronicle X-2 – A new cinematic trailer for Monolith Soft studio’s Xenoblade Chronicle X-2. Showing off the band of sword-wielding characters. The game’s screen HUB was briefly shown, drawing elements from Zelda: Breath of The Wild.
Release window set for holiday 2017.
 
WorldGaming E3 Conference Breakdown - Nintendo
 
Kirby – Brand new Kirby gameplay debuted introducing the new powers players can use in this 4-play co-op adventure. Back to the side scrolling roots of the franchise. Players can now absorb enemies and use them as allies.
Release window is set for 2018.
 
WorldGaming E3 Conference Breakdown - Nintendo
 
Pokken Tournament DX – The arena fighting game from The Pokemon Company was briefly touched on.A deluxe version with new five Pokemon use in battle. Introducing 3v3 battles and local wireless gameplay. The real news was the announcement that Gamefreak is producing a brand new Pokemon RPG built for the Nintendo Switch. However, we will not see it for at least a year’s time.
Releasing September 22nd on Switch.
 
Metroid Prime 4 – Nothing by a title splash was revealed, promising audiences that the game is in development.
No release date set.
 
WorldGaming E3 Conference Breakdown - Nintendo
 
Yoshi – Gameplay of the new Yoshi side scroller with classic mechanics going all the way back to Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island. Bright and colour worlds to explore, while taking the animation direction from wool to a more cardboard-like backdrop.
Release window set for 2018.
 
WorldGaming E3 Conference Breakdown - Nintendo
 
Fire Emblem Warriors – Cinematic trailer for the new Fire Emblem game from Koei Tecmo’s long standing franchise. Warriors will deviate and give player more freedom by steering away from turn-based combat.
Release window set for October.
 
Zelda: Breath of The Wild: The Master Trials – The long awaited first piece of DLC for the acclaimed game. Trials of The Sword has players fighting waves of enemies.New masks were debuted for players to wear; such a Korok mask. Players can find the Korok Seeds a bit easier when using the new gear. Hero’s Path will allow players to see their steps on the game’s map. Master Mode will ramp up the difficulty of the core game, making enemies hit harder while taking more to go down.
Releasing June 30th.
 
Zelda: Breath of The Wild: The Champion’s Ballad– The name of the second slice of DLC was revealed. Seemingly revolving around the four champions featured in the story, it may lead to either be a prequel to the game or something else entirely.
No release date set.
 
WorldGaming E3 Conference Breakdown - Nintendo
 
Amiibo – The four champions from Zelda: The Breath of The Wild will be available as Amiibo figures with functionality to the core game, as well as what can be assumed a extended uses once The Champion’s Ballad debuts. A new set of Amiibos will also release in time for Mario Odyssey, featuring Mario, Peach and Bowser all dressed to the nines.
No release date set.
 
Rocket League – Psyonix’s massively successful game will make it’s way onto Switch. With Nintendo only customizations, players will be able to compete cross-platform with Xbox and PlayStation 4 players, and take advantage of the wireless local multiplayer.
No release date set.
 
WorldGaming E3 Conference Breakdown - Nintendo
 
Mario Odyssey – Mario closed out the Spotlight show. From the Mesozoic Era to Bowser’s wedding; Mario is literally going everywhere in the new 3D Mario for Switch. The footage showcased large, diverse levels to explore with no time restraints. The added ability to transform into many different enemies and items is an interesting twist. Taking a page out of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Mario Odyssey will give players the ability to go into painted 2D platforming areas. Overall, this game looks 100% bananas in all the best ways.
Releasing October 27th on Switch.
 
WorldGaming E3 Conference Breakdown - Nintendo

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