July 6, 2017
Share

The best things from Nintendo’s Good News at E3 2017

Among the announcements made at E3, what got us was the huge wave Nintendo has coming for us soon. Oh, but where to begin?

More on Switch

Nintendo continues to build up their Switch world by adding new games and more to look forward to. Aside from Kirby, Rocket League, Fire Emblem Warriors, and Metroid Prime 4 launching on to Switch, here are some of the biggest highlights:

Pokemon

Photo courtesy of PCMag

Pokkén Tournament DX is coming to Switch and a new Pokemon RPG is in the works.

Xenoblade

This Wii role-playing game will be having a sequel released on Switch this coming holiday season. Xenoblade Chronicles 2 involves a new band of heroes on their journey to Elysium.

Super Mario Odyssey

A new trailer has been released and we can expect the game to be on Switch this October 27. Here, Super Mario is given new abilities, different from the usual features.

Yoshi

Of course where Super Mario is, Yoshi will follow. Our reptile friend is set to debut on Switch next year. One of the things to watch out for is the unique paper craft art direction of the game.

2 DLC Packs for Legend of Zelda

Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is getting 2 DLC packs. The first pack, to be released on June 30, contains new items including armors and outfits. Its difficulty level will give players a greater challenge when defeating enemies. A new Hero’s Path mode will also be introduced giving players the ability to see where they have been in the past 200 hours of gameplay. The second DLC pack, on the other hand, has yet to be released later on.

7 New amiibos

Photo courtesy of Polygon

4 new Legend of Zelda amiibos will be released while Super Mario Odyssey will have 3. Super Mario Odyssey’s amiibos are Mario, Princess Peach, and Bowser dressed in their wedding attires.

Photo courtesy of Polygon

For the new Zelda amiibos, they will be based on the Breath of the Wild characters. These are Daruk the Goron champion, the Rito champion Revali, the Gerudo champion Urbosa, and the Zora champion Mipha.

Metroid 2 on 3DS

Photo courtesy of Nintendo UK

This Gameboy classic has been remade with 3D animation and more brilliant colors. Metroid II: Return of Samus is set to be released on September 15 this year.

Are you as excited as us for Nintendo’s upcoming releases? Let us know below!