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[Nintendo Direct] All the announcements from the big Switch show


No Mario Kart 9, a Wii Sports for the Switch, a new football game, the presentation of Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes or the video of Kirby and the Forgotten World, we tell you everything about this Nintendo Direct of February 9.

This Wednesday evening, for almost an hour, Nintendo organized its big announcement show around its Switch hybrid console. VGR mobilized to cover the event which was full of announcements and surprises. For those who want to know everything at a glance, here is the complete summary of the main information:

  • Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is announced with a release date!
  • At the end of Nintendo Direct, the publisher unveiled a little surprise, the formalization of a Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and even a release date associated with a video. The Monolith game to discover here.

  • A new Fire Emblem unveiled
  • His name is Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes and will take place in the universe of Fire Emblem: Three Houses. A exit window and a video are revealed. To discover here.

  • A release date for Advance Wars 1+2
  • Another ancient title brought up to date by Nintendo, Advance Wars 1+2 just got its release date. It was time, after a postponement since the end of last year. A new date and a video can be seen here.

  • No Man’s Sky is coming to Switch
  • The great space of the nugget released in 2016 will finally discover Nintendo’s hybrid console. No Man’s Sky is announced on Switch for summer 2022 with a new videowhich you can see here.

  • Mario returns to football in Mario Strikers
  • Rumors recently announced a return of the Nintendo mascot in baseball or another sport, it will finally be football. A return 15 years after the Wii opus and a video here.

  • The Mother Series in Nintendo Switch Online
  • The two books in the series Mother (EarthBound), released on NES and SNES, now join the Nintendo Switch Online catalog. More games in the emulator’s catalog, to discover in video here.

  • Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition Announced
  • One of the cult RPGs of the PlayStation era confirmed its return in remastered form during the show. An announcement and a release date revealed here.

  • Kirby and the Forgotten World shows gameplay
  • We were waiting for news from the little pink ball and we were treated to a few minutes of gameplay. New Kirby and the Forgotten World presents its semi-open world and the transformation into a car. While waiting for March 25, the video here.

  • A 2D remake for Live A Live
  • Released in Japan in 1994, the choral RPG Live A Live will be known worldwide next summer with a reworked version. Pictures can be seen here

  • Triangle Strategy, a demo of the prologue
  • A new playable demo of the tactical RPG Triangle Strategyeagerly awaited, can be downloaded from the Switch eShop, allowing you to discover the first three chapters of the game. We tell you about it here.

  • Wii Sports back on Switch
  • Obviously it won’t be Wii Sports, but Nintendo Switch Sports, with a similar concept. The goal will remain to have fun with family or friends with six different sports. Exit April 29.

  • No Mario Kart 9 but a slew of DLC for MK8
  • Contrary to rumors, MK9 will not see the light of day. Instead, a Crazy DLC is coming to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe with no less than 48 circuits from old episodes. Price: €24.99 in 6×8 circuits, on March 18, to discover here.

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