Nintendo have just wrapped up their E3 2018 Direct and as you’d expect it was filled to the brim with Super Smash Bros. for the Switch, which we now know as Ultimate. There were a few other announcements too, of course, including a shadow drop of Fornite for Switch.
Without further delay, let’s take a look at Nintendo’s big announcements and showings at E3.
“Nintendo lifted the lid of their most ambitious Super Smash Bros game, Super Smash Bros Ultimate and there was a lot of information to take in from the Direct. We’ve rounded up all the major stuff into one handy place.”
“The game is a fast paced action game from the mind of Kenichiro Tsukuda, who produced several Armored Core games for FromSoftware and Square Enix back in the day. The game sees players take their customisable mech suit on a variety of missions to thwart an enemy threat.”
“A new story mode, Torna will tell the delve into Jin’s history and the fall of his homeland, Torna, which existed 500 years before the events of Xenoblade Chronicles 2. The expansion will be the biggest one ever released for Xenoblade Chronicles 2…”
“It’s called Super Mario Party, and it’s inspired by the original Mario Party board game style and features new mini-games and play styles that make use of the unique functionality of the Joy-Con controllers. You know what that means, it’s a new game! Not a port!”
“Today, during their E3 2018 Nintendo Direct, it was announced that Mew will come with every purchased Poké Ball Plus. No further details were provided, but it’s safe to assume it could be a download voucher of some kind.”
“The sequel contains even more recipes, characters and kitchens to play around in when compared to the first game. Even better, the game is playable either local via the systems wireless or even online this time around.”