Discussion in 'Games, Movies & Sports' started by AlexanderMBush, Aug 4, 2016.
We could still get news. Mario and Xenoblade were holiday games and were both revealed in January.
I bet next Direct is in March.
It's hella overrated but still very good.
I predict we'll see another Direct by the end of the month... but that it will be another Fire Emblem Direct. Announcing:
- A one-year anniversary event for Fire Emblem Heroes, including another free 5-Star unit (like what they did with the Choose Your Legends voting event) and several new characters/maps/etc.
- Fire Emblem Warriors gets brief updates on the DLC, including showing off the next DLC pack with new Shadow Dragon content. I feel like there's a veeeery small chance that they also announce some extra non-DLC characters coming in a free update, like how Hyrule Warriors added the villain characters in a free update post-launch.
- Fire Emblem Switch formal reveal, showing off all kinds of new mechanics, characters, art, etc. The game gets a general summer release window, as well as the confirmation of a special edition and several amiibo.
If this ends up true it sucks I’m not a FE fan. Oh well. I’ll have DK and possibly Hyrule Warriors and Dark Souls to play. I decided that I don’t want another huge game so Skyrim’s out for me.
Nintendo is revealing something new today, a new way to play, I wonder if this may involve the IR camera.
Also, I recently bought Resident Evil Revelations for Switch, I have the first one for WiiU as well, and was wondering if multiplayer works with both versions, or is it restricted to the same platform?
Well that was unexpected. I want 10.
In a strange way, it's the most Nintendo that Nintendo has ever done. And I give them respect for going farther than they have ever been on accessories.
It lies into that "It's so stupid it actually makes a lot of sense". And that it also somewhat brings VR to Nintendo Switch when you consider one of those games featured..
The guardian has an article....
This is going to be massive.
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