New video games, classics featured in Nintendo Direct
New video games, updates and even a movie have been unveiled in the latest Nintendo Direct held virtually recently.
September’s Nintendo Direct featured plenty of game titles coming out this year and next, mostly for the Switch platform, which will receive a new OLED model next month. The event also coincided with the 123rd anniversary of the founding of the Japanese video game company. Among the games featured in the Direct was Bayonetta 3. An action-adventure game developed by Platinum Games, the trailer played at the event ended the lack of updates since it was first revealed in 2017. This is the third installment of Bayonetta. series, which stars its eponymous protagonist, and is slated for release on Nintendo Switch in 2022. Other games that received updates on their release were Metroid Dread, which will be released on October 8, following the story after the events of Metroid Fusion in 2002 – the first Metroid title for Nintendo. Third-person shooter Splatoon 3 also revealed its release date in the trailer featured in Direct, while Square Enix’s Triangle Strategy has also set its release on the Switch platform after opening its demo plus. early this year. Both games are slated for 2022. Nintendo also announced its new online subscription level available through subscription. The subscription service offers games from the classic Nintendo 64 (N64) and Sega Genesis which will be ported to the Switch online store and will also list wireless controllers for each respective platform. Some of the N64 and Sega games to wear include Ocarina of Time, Super Mario 64, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, and Ecco the Dolphin. They also revealed in their showcase the games that will be released this year.
Mario Party Superstars features boards from the Nintendo 64 era, where both were revealed. Nintendo has revealed that there will be three more areas that will appear in the game, Woody Woods, Yoshi’s Tropical Island, and Horror Land. Its release date will be October 29, 2021. Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars which is a Yoko-Tarot card game created by Square Enix will be released on October 28, 2021. It’s a whole new kind of strategy game that is played with cards and on cards giving the player choices on what to do next. The game combines parts of Reigns, Gwent, Final Fantasy, and Hand of Fate. The second half of the Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity expansion will be released on October 29, 2021. Its second half, titled Guardian of Remembrance, will continue the story of the base game. Additionally, two new characters will be added to the game, Purah and Robbie from Breath of the Wild. Other games coming out this year are Disney Magical World 2 Enchanted Edition, Animal Crossing New Horizon in October, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic on November 11, Dying Light 2 Stay Human Platinum Edition on October 19, Castlevania Advanced Collection, Actraiser Renaissance , Delta Rune, Hot Wheels Unleashed September 30, and Surviving the Aftermath. In 2022, they will also release the following games: Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak, Disco Elysium The Final Cut Physical Version, Square Enix’s Chocobo GP, Kirby and the Forgotten Land, SA Dying Light 2 Stay Human Cloud Version on February 4, 2022, Triangle Strategy on March 4, 2022, Shadow Run Trilogy, Wreckfest and Rune Factory 5 on March 2022. The event also announced an upcoming Mario animated film, featuring the voices of celebrities Chris Pratt as Mario, Charlie Day in the role of Luigi, Anya Taylor-Joy as Peach, Jack Black as Bowser and Seth Rogen as Donkey Kong.
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