Nintendo Teases Bayonetta 3, Kirby & More

Nintendo picks Bayonetta 3 Kirby May

Nintendo’s live presentation this morning revealed that, like PlayStation, many of its major upcoming exclusive titles will not be seen until 2022.

The biggest discovery was that Nintendo offers a new online subscription level that includes Nintendo 64 games and Sega Genesis / Mega Drive games. Special controllers for each system are also released.

Starting the N64 Games: Super Mario 64, Mario Kart 64, Star Fox 64, Yoshi’s Story, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Mario Tennis, Dr. Mario 64, Sin & Punishment, and WinBack. Post-start titles include: Banjo Kazooie, Pokemon Snap, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, Mario Golf, Paper Mario, and F-Zero X.

Beim Start de Genesis / Mega Drive Games: Castlevania Bloodlines, Contra Hard Corps, Dr Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine, Ecco the Dolphin, Golden Ax, Gunstar Heroes, Musha
Phantasy Star IV, Ristar, Shining Force, Shinobi III, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Streets of Rage 2, and Strider.

The company also announced “Kirby and the Forgotten Land” next spring, showed more of “Metroid Dread”, gameplay of “Bayonetta 3” and “Triangle Strategy”, and offered a look at the “Sunbreak” big expansion for “Monster Hunter Rise”.

Square Enix has announced “Chocobo GP” which is essentially “Mario Kart” but with “Final Fantasy” characters. Also confirmed is the “Castlevania Advance Collection” which is out today.

“Kidney” masterminds Yoko Taro and Yosuke Saito are making a card-based role-playing game titled “Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars” which will hit the Switch on October 28th.

No updates on “Breath of the Wild 2” or “Animal Crossing New Horizons” DLC will be released next month. Check out the different game trailers below:

Bayonetta 3

Kirby into that forgotten land

Splatoon 3: Return of mammals

Triangle strategy

Chocobo GP

Monster Hunter: Rise – Sunbreak

Castlevania Viraus Collection

Metroid fear

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Direct

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