Next week we are getting a new Nintendo Direct.
>Super Mario 3D All Stars will include Super Mario 64 Definitive Edition (a combination of the OG and DS games),
Super Mario Sunshine, and both Super Mario Galaxy games.
The collection is set to be released on Sunday, September 13th, 2020.
>Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is getting a season pass with additional racers and tracks. Funky Kong and K-Rool are the first two of 5 new racers.
>Paper Mario: The Origami King will bring back the partner system.
They will introduce new partners, as well as bring back fan favorites. Releases July 17, 2020.
>Super Mario 3D World Deluxe gets a seperate release and isn’t part of the Mario collection.
Two new bonus worlds and Yoshi as a playable character are the main appeal of this pack.
>Small teaser for Metroid Prime 4 gets dropped without actual gameplay.
Release new year with its own direct being planned early next year.
>Breath of the Wild 2 confirmed Zelda as a playable character next to Link who returns as the main protagonist.
Ganons resurrection covers the land in darkness changing the world enough to make it a fresh experience.
Zelda comes with her own items and abilities and while some dungeons can be cleared by either of them some are Link/Zelda only. Release 2021.
>Zelda Wind Waker and Twilight Princess make their way to the Switch and are available right after the Direct is over. Both are 30 USD each.
>The next Fire Emblem installment is in the works.
It’s a remake of Fire Emblem Awakening on the Three Houses engine with all new cutscenes and all previous DLCs included.
No releaes date.
>Pikmin 3 is getting a re-release as well later this year.
>There will be a Smash Direct on Mid June revealing the ARMS rep and the second character of the new season pass