Everything Announced at the E3 2017 Nintendo Spotlight

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Nintendo dropped some bombs on Tuesday morning at the E3 2017 Nintendo Spotlight. Here’s everything that was announced:

Super Mario Odyssey Gameplay

Super Mario Odyssey gameplay was shown on stage at the show. Thanks to his new hat, Cappy, Mario can now possess objects and characters within the game. Odyssey releases on October 27th 2017.

Rocket League Announced for Switch

Rocket League, an absolute behemoth of a game, is finally coming to Switch sometime in Holiday 2017. Cross-platform play will be available between Switch, PC, and Xbox One.

More Details Regarding Breath of the Wild DLC

After becoming the Nintendo Switch’s most significant game, Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been on the minds of fans for the past few months. Nintendo detailed the two Zelda DLC packs that are in development, the first of which will land on the platform on June 30.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Trailer

The Xenoblade sequel is apparently releasing during Holiday 2017. 

Game Freak Is Making A Pokémon RPG For Switch

Not exactly a shock, but exciting nonetheless. However, Nintendo stated that it may not release for more than a year.

New Kirby Game Announced

A new Kirby game is coming to Switch in 2018. This is another side scrolling adventure. A lot of people are HUNGRY for this one. (Get it?!)

Nintendo Stuns Audience with Metroid Prime 4 Announcement

You heard that right. It’s finally happened. Granted, Nintendo only showed a title card for Metroid Prime 4, but at least we know it’s in active development. 

Yoshi is Coming to the Nintendo Switch

There’s a new Yoshi game releasing in 2018 for the Nintendo Switch.

Metroid: Samus Returns Announced, New 3DS Game

This one was saved for their post-stage livestream. It’s a side-scrolling Metroid game for 3DS, described as a “reimagination” of Metroid II. It’ll be out on September 15.

Fire Emblem Warriors

A story trailer for FE: Warriors was shown. That’s about it.

With the end of Nintendo’s conference comes the close of the pre-E3 press conferences. Let us know what you think of Nintendo’s announcements and how they stack up against the company’s competitors.

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