Nintendo recently announced new exclusive third-party 3DS titles at Nintendo Direct, but the games will mostly be launched in Japan.
Up until now, new fighters for the new Smash Bros. games have been revealed as part of Nintendo Directs or other special events, but today they've got a live broadcast set up on the Smash Bros. site for a character announcement that they're hyping up as an event in itself. Show More Summary
In this morning's Japanese Nintendo Direct, Capcom revealed that Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will hit Japanese 3DS units everywhere on October 11th. Yep, this is the same game we will eventually get overseas come 2015. As is the case with all Monster Hunter expansions, new weapons, monsters, and areas are in tow. Show More Summary
Japan just had a third-party Nintendo Direct, and it decidedly focused on Final Fantasy Explorers at the start. Square Enix revealed that the game will be hitting Japan sometime this winter, which is a fairly quick release given that...Show More Summary
Square Enix announced it's bringing mulitplayer 3DS RPG Final Fantasy Explorers to Japan sometime this winter. The publisher showcased the upcoming game at the start of today's Japan-only Nintendo Direct broadcast, which you can replay here. First...
Fans of beat'em up games, rejoice! Maybe. In tonight's Nintendo Direct, game developer Hiroyuki Sonobe of ParityBit said they were working on "that game," without directly mentioning the title. Images that appeared to be from a new Kenka Bancho flashed on the screen and the words "Coming Soon." Read more...
During today's Nintendo Direct, there was a very brief snippet of a game shown, but no information was given out. It seems that the glimpse may have indicated that a new Kenka Bancho is on the way, but we'll have to wait for official confirmation on that. Link
Third-party focused digital event kicks off at midday UK / 4am PDT / 7am EDT. Nintendo of Japan is due to host a Nintendo Direct event today and you can watch it live via the video below.Click here to read the full article
E3 has come and gone, but the Nintendo Direct train is definitely up and running again in Japan. Today's stream is the second Direct broadcast in the country this month, hot on the heels of one dedicated to Level-5 RPG Yo-Kai Watch 2. Like the...
You can drop by here and check out the Japanese Nintendo Direct in just a couple of hours. We'll be covering the event live, so hopefully there will be some stand-out content to wake up for!
The Japan-only event will reveal the future of third-party games for the 3DS.
When Nintendo Directs drop, you can always expect some sort of news to follow. Whether it's by way of new developments from existing titles or new game announcements, Directs usually have at least one surprise up their sleeve. Tomorrow,...Show More Summary
Friday's digital showcase to focus on third-party publisher games for 3DS. Nintendo of Japan has announced a new Nintendo Direct event scheduled to take place on July 11. Click here to read the full article
Nintendo have just announced a Japanese Nintendo Direct that will air at 8pm Japanese local Time on the 11th of July and can be viewed here. It is going to focus on 3rd Party titles for the 3DS. Source: Nintendo
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I've always found Nintendo to be endearing, but that feeling has grown stronger ever since the company started doing its Nintendo Direct presentations and silly skits like this. We first met Fils-a-Mech earlier this year and he's back...Show More Summary
They appear to be taken from what was shown at the Nintendo Direct show this morning, but it’s still worthwhile looking at these glorious screenshots from Nintendo’s new vision for the Zelda series. More »
It wasn’t a conference. Not exactly. Technically it was just a regular old Nintendo Direct, but when it’s E3 time everything takes on a larger significance so I’m calling it an E3 presentation. Here are some of my thoughts on what we all just watched. More »
Nintendo skipped the traditional stage-based press conference this year at E3, but considering that allowed for a Robot Chicken-animated introduction and a Super Smash Bros.-inspired fistfight between Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime...
Nintendo ran its own E3 presentation in the wee hours of this morning, in the form of an extended Nintendo Direct. What did you miss? Loads of stuff! New Zelda, Smash Bros. info and what can only be described as a Nintendo-esque interpretation of the humble third person shooter. More »