E3 2019 – Nintendo Rewind, All News and Trailers

After much anticipation, Nintendo revealed during E3 the next Super Smash Bros. Ultimate character that’ll join the roster as DLC. Dragon Quest Heroes are slated to be added to the game in Summer 2019, a set of characters who were among the many possibilities and rumors surrounding the question of who the next fighter might be. Nintendo gave its fans a first look at the new character during the presentation and showed off some of the new fighters’ moves.

This next DLC character will be the second post-launch characters that players will have to pay for if they want to play as the fighter, assuming you don’t already own the pass that gives access to all the characters. Joker from Persona 5 was the first paid post-launch character to be added with Piranha Plant released before that as a bonus for those who redeemed their code in time to get the fighter.

The Dragon Quest Heroes are scheduled to be added to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as DLC during Summer 2019.

– Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s Next DLC Character Revealed

– Luigi’s Mansion 3 Receives an In-Depth Trailer
During Nintendo’s E3 Direct, Luigi’s Manision was confirmed to release later this year.

We first saw Luigi’s Mansion 3 during a Nintendo Direct back in September of last year. Well, during Nintendo’s E3 direct, we got a new trailer of the game as well as 2019 a confirmation.

– The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening Release Date Revealed
Get ready to go back to The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening’s Koholint Island on September 20, 2019.

During the E3 2019 Nintendo Direct, a release date for The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening was revealed alongside a new trailer. You’ll return to Koholint Island on September 20, 2019.

– The Witcher 3 Confirmed for Nintendo Switch
Nintendo gave its fans a surprise announcement during its E3 presentation that pertained to yet another game that’s being ported over to the Nintendo Switch. CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher III will be coming to the Nintendo’s hybrid console. Its full title is The Witcher III: Wild Hunt Complete Edition, and it’ll be available for the Nintendo Switch some time in 2019.

– Contra Rogue Corps for Nintendo Switch Announced.
During today’s E3 2019 Nintendo Direct, Konami revealed a brand new Contra game. Titled Contra Rogue Corps this new frantic shooter is coming to Nintendo Switch sometime on September 24. Check out the reveal trailer below.

– No More Heroes 3 is Real and It’s Coming in 2020
After striking back earlier this year, Travis Touchdown is coming back with a proper third No More Heroes entry.

Suda51 has been teasing a No More Heroes announcement for months now and during today’s Nintendo Direct, we finally learned what the famed creator is making.

– Fire Emblem: Three Houses Revealed
Fire Emblem: Three Houses gets a brand new trailer showcasing the story and English voicework, as well as confirming the release date.

– Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6 Are Both Coming to Switch
Both Resident Evil 5 and 6 are hitting a Nintendo platform for the first time, coming to Nintendo Switch in Fall of 2019.

– Empire of Sin Unveiled by Romero Games
Fire Emblem: Three Houses gets a brand new trailer showcasing the story and English voicework, as well as confirming the release date.

– Animal Crossing Switch Trailer and Release Date Revealed
After a long time of waiting, Animal Crossing finally got a March 20, 2020 release date and brand new trailer for the Nintendo Switch.

Today at E3’s Nintendo Direct, Animal Crossing has finally received its long-awaited release date and a brand new trailer for the Switch. Animal Crossing for the Nintendo Switch will be coming March 20, 2020. This news will surely bring a lot of joy to fans who have been waiting over seven years for the first mainline entry in the series since 2012’s New Leaf which originally released on 3DS in 2012 – not to mention DualShocker’s editor Ryan who was ready to sell his soul.

– Banjo-Kazooie Confirmed for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC
It’s official: The bear and the bird are back at Nintendo! During Nintendo’s E3 Direct presentation, Nintendo announced two new additions to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster. The first was The Hero from Dragon Quest, and many fans thought that would be it. However, at the end of the presentation, Nintendo revealed a massive surprise. Much to the joy of fans around the world, it was announced that Banjo and Kazooie would be the third DLC character added to the Ultimate roster.

– New Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Trailer Released
The trailer below which was captured from the E3 stream shows all of these new character in one place.

– Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sequel In Development
Legend of Zelda had a big E3 coming, and it looks like the franchise is making bigger moves behind the scenes than we thought. During the conference’s massive Nintendo Direct, it was confirmed that a sequel is in development for Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Yes, you heard that right. Nintendo decided to swing out big with a direct sequel to one of the Nintendo Switch’s top-selling games, and Zelda fans are already losing their minds over the surprise reveal.

– Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games Revealed
During the E3 2019 Nintendo Direct, Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games 2020 for Nintendo Switch was revealed. You’ll be able to partake in all of your favorite Olympic events as Mario, Sonic, and the rest of both their respective crews this November.

– Daemon X Machina Gets September Release Date
Today, during Nintendo’s E3 2019 Direct we received a new trailer for MARVELOUS’ upcoming mech-based action title Daemon X Machina. Additionally, the game will be coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch on September 13. You can check out the trailer for yourself down below.

– Collection of Mana on Switch Will be Launching Today
Trials of Mana is the official western name of Seiken Densetsu 3, officially releasing outside Japan for the first time today.

Square Enix revealed Collection of Mana on Nintendo Switch is coming west, and the game will be available on June 6, in a few hours as I’m writing this. The announcement was made during the E3 2019 Nintendo Direct.

Collection of Mana includes Final Fantasy Adventure, also known as Seiken Densetsu 1, Secret of Mana, which is Seiken Densetsu 2, and Seiken Densetsu 3, which is now officially known as Trials of Mana.

Trials of Mana is the official localization of Seiken Densetsu 3, historically coming west for the first time after its exclusive Japan release in 1995.

Seiken Densetsu 3 is by far one of my favorite games on SNES, I love it even more than Chrono Trigger or Final Fantasy 6 to pick popular examples. Purely judging from a story standpoint, the only SNES games matching it, in my opinion, are Tactics Ogre, Fire Emblem 4 and Super Robot Wars 4.

– Pokemon Sword and Shield Debuts New Trailer
Pokemon Sword and Shield gets a brand trailer featuring the Water Gym and Gym Leader, Poke Ball details, and an upcoming demo.

Pokemon Sword and Shield, which has already gotten its own Nintendo Direct earlier this month, received more attention during the company’s E3 2019 Direct today. A new trailer debuted featuring the Water Gym and its Gym Leader Nessa. There will also be a demo launching, which will include a battle with her:

Poke Ball Plus can be used in conjunction with the game. When players take their Pokémon out for a stroll in the real world and spend some time with them, “something good might happen.” Most likely this effect is related to stat bonuses but the official details remain to be announced.

During the previous Direct, it was revealed that Pokemon Sword and Shield would be getting brand new Pokemon (no surprise there), Max Raid Battles, and two new Legendaries. A new area called the “Wild Area” premiered and it appears to be a massive, open space where players can encounter Pokemon in the overworld. To highlight the expansiveness, players can control the camera in this area. It is a fully dynamic world, with weather and location being determinants and variants for which types of Pokemon appear.

Of course the biggest reveal was the mechanic called “Dynamax,” where your Pokemon becomes huge with “incredible strength.” All moves turn into “Max Moves,” which are strong and may have additional effects in battle.

Pokemon Sword and Shield will be released for Nintendo Switch on November 15th.

Dragon Quest XI Definitive Edition Gets a New Trailer
Dragon Quest XI Definitive Edition drops on the Nintendo Switch September 27, 2019.

Posted: Wednesday 12 June 2019
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