Yesterday was an exciting day for gamers all around the world, as E3 drew to an end with Nintendo's Showcase. This news was revealed in a brand new trailer for the game, which you can check out for yourself below.
Marvel at the giant space "4" that's part of the Metroid Prime 4 title. They won't be able to snatch more important collectibles, like Power Moons, however. The game has a 3D capability which makes the game's open world look very realistic.
After all Nintendo is making a new Metroid game. If you do give it a go, let us know in the comments what sort of things the new hat allows you to do in Super Mario 64.
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A new Yoshi game has been announced for Nintendo Switch. You can throw it at enemies to try and clear a path or you can throw it in front of you to use it as a platform to jump on to, to name just a couple.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2's release date has been confirmed. The second expansion, Champions of the Ballad, is scheduled for launch this holiday season. That said, we're sure taking to the sky is perfectly fun too, because who hasn't dreamed of becoming flying hat?
The Breath of the Wild DLC packs was detailed a bit, and all four guardians will get Amiibos.
With E3 in full swing, Nintendo has been showing off a slew of upcoming games - but arguably none are as anticipated as Super Mario Odyssey.
Sticking with the theme of single-word titles, here's what Yoshi looks like on Nintendo Switch. Then it's onto a montage of both cinematics and gameplay that shows us just how big a role hats will play in this game.