E3 2019: Nintendo Recap

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The main protagonist from Dragon Quest is the next character in Smash Bros.

And don’t forget Dragon Quest XI is coming soon.

Luigis Mansion 3, complete with new mechanics and an 8 player mode, build upon previous entries in the series and looks fantastic.

As a tie-in with the Dark Crystals Netflix series, Nintendo announced Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystals: Age of Resistance Tactics which is coming to multiple platforms.

Next we had a decent look at the upcoming The Legend of Zelda: Links Awakening which is set to release on September 20.

There’s a new Trials of Mana game and a collection of previous titles coming soon.

The rumours were true and The Witcher 3 is coming later this year. You have to assume this leads to Geralt being in Smash Bros at some point.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses, due to release on July 26, has a stunning visual style.

Resident Evil 5 & 6 are coming to Switch.

No More Heroes III is coming next year.

Contra Rogue Corps with local multiplayer will be out later this year.

Daemon X Machina looks action packed and much like several other games at the direct, is also coming out in September.

Panzer Dragoon is back with a quick teaser trailer.

Astral Chain continues to look insane.

Ultimate Alliance 3 showed off a range of new characters leading up to the July release date.

Cadence of Hyrule was pushed up a week and now comes out this week.

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 will come out in November.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons was pushed back to March 20th, 2020.

Nintendo has a sizzle reel of upcoming releases, including Spyro, Hollow Knight, Ni No Kuni, Minecraft Dungeons, Blades, My Friend Pedro, Doom Eternal, The Sinking City, Wolfentstien Youngblood, Dead by Daylight, Alien Isolation, Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest Builders 2, Stranger Things 3, Just Dance 2020, Catan, New Super Luckys Tale, Dauntless, and Super Mario Maker 2.

Banjo-Kazooie is finally confirmed for Smash Bros and will come later this year.

A Breath of the Wild sequel is confirmed to be in development, using the same art style as the original.

Nintendo is absolutely killing it with a tonne of games coming out in the second half of this year. This was a great showing by them and deserves to go down as the best conference (or the equivalent) of E3 2019.

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