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Rumour: Nintendo Direct Could Be Rescheduled For 13th September At 3pm PDT

It seems as though the recent Nintendo Direct, which was canceled due to the tragic earthquake which struck part of Japan, could be rescheduled for Thursday the 13th of September 2018 at 3pm PDT. Nintendo has yet to announce a newly revised date for the presentation which should include some Yoshi’s Crafted World footage for the Nintendo Switch. The game is currently scheduled for release next year.

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    1. Possibly, but when they lose all power and internet and the next day see that they didn’t miss much anyway it won’t matter. Unless they reveal some prime 4 footage or something!!

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  1. Wonder with all the games being announced already if they will still spotlight them or if they will have something else to show. Kinda of a bummer if they spend time on what’s already been announced since we already seen the trailers and stuff. I guess what I’m trying to say is hopefully there are still some surprises in store besides a Smash character reveal (though that’s probably what I’m most looking forward to along with Yoshi gameplay 😋)

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  2. My advice for people tuning in for the Direct, don’t get your hopes up lest you wanna be disappointed so go in with zero expectations and you will not be disappointed.

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  3. Let’s be honest, aren’t most Nintendo Directs on Thursdays to begin with?

    Also, that’s right around when my area’s getting hit by a hurricane.

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    1. You’re absolutely right. Smash Bros information shouldn’t be any less than 45 mins. If it’s only 30 minutes of Smash stuff im going to lose my

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