Super Mario Maker 2 includes tons of new content for level building, including slopes and content from Super Mario 3D World. It will be the first Nintendo Switch Fire Emblem mainline game, so we can't wait to see what it has to offer.
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We're less than an hour away from tonight's Nintendo Direct, and things are starting to get exciting. A new Pokemon game is also supposedly on track for 2019. Metroid Prime 4 is in the works as well, but with development having been handed off to Retro Studios, who rebooted the project, it's safe to say we won't see a new Metroid for at least a year.
"From this perspective, we have determined that the current development status of [Metroid Prime 4] is very challenged, and we had to make a hard decision as a development team". That doesn't necessarily stop Nintendo from making a surprise 3DS announcement, but that seems unlikely given what the company has already said about the Direct.
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After a solid couple of months of speculation, the next Nintendo Direct is almost here.
Nintendo will be broadcasting the Direct on its Twitch channel as well, but don't expect to have any quality interactions with other viewers as Twitch chat will likely be moving at a ridiculous pace once the presentation starts.
What are your predictions for what the Nintendo Direct will bring? Head down to the comments section and let us know!
We wonder if, based on these comments, Nintendo is keen to get Metroid Prime Trilogy out on Switch sooner rather than later.