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Nintendo Direct E3 2019 Round-Up

Nintendo opened its activities at E3 2019 by showcasing multiple Nintendo Switch games scheduled to launch in 2019 and beyond. During its Nintendo Direct presentation, Nintendo revealed new information for games, including Pokémon Sword and Pokémon ShieldLuigi’s Mansion 3The Legend of Zelda: Link’s AwakeningMARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black OrderFire Emblem: Three HousesAnimal Crossing: New HorizonsASTRAL CHAIN and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

The Nintendo Direct also revealed upcoming Nintendo Switch games, including The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition from CD PROJEKT RED, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics from BonusXP and En Masse Entertainment, CONTRA ROGUE CORPS from Konami and TRIALS of MANA from SQUARE ENIX.

Nintendo also revealed two new paid downloadable fighters coming to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate game: Hero from the DRAGON QUEST series to be available this summer, and Banjo-Kazooie for this fall. The Nintendo Direct presentation concluded with the reveal of the sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which is currently in development for Nintendo Switch.

“After more than two years on the market, Nintendo Switch has appealed to every kind of player with its ever-growing library of games, including notables like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildSuper Mario Odyssey and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate,” said Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser. “At E3 we’re giving fans a look at what’s in store for the rest of the year and beyond by demonstrating the widespread support for the system from both Nintendo and a wide range of indie and big-name development partners.”

Nintendo followed its presentation with a Nintendo Treehouse: Live segment that gave fans their first look at live gameplay of the new Pokémon games in development for Nintendo Switch. The games are scheduled to launch Nov. 15. Nintendo Treehouse: Live, which provides closer looks at Nintendo Switch games featured at E3, will continue with daily programming through Thursday. Wednesday and Thursday’s livestreams will start at 9 a.m. For the first time, Thursday’s show will be dedicated entirely to new indie games coming to Nintendo Switch.

Other details announced during the Nintendo Direct include:

  • Pokémon Sword and Pokémon ShieldA new generation of Pokémon is coming to the Nintendo Switch system. Become a Pokémon Trainer, embark on a new journey in the new Galar region, and unravel the mystery behind the Legendary Pokémon Zacian and Zamazenta! Explore the Wild Area, a vast expanse of land where the player can freely control the camera. And participate in Max Raid Battles in which players will face off against gigantic and super-strong Pokémon known as Dynamax Pokémon. The games launch Nov. 15.
  • Luigi’s Mansion 3: Luigi embarks on a dream vacation with Mario and friends. However, his dream quickly becomes a nightmare. With the assistance of Professor E. Gadd once again, the reluctant and cowardly hero Luigi traverses up and down a mysterious hotel with floors that are completely different from one another. Wield the upgraded Poltergust G-00 to slam and blow away the ghosts’ defenses, or summon Gooigi, an all-green doppelganger that can help Luigi overcome obstacles he can’t get past alone. ScareScraper mode can be played online* or locally with up to eight players on four Nintendo Switch systems (additional games required). The game is scheduled to launch in 2019.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening: Link has washed ashore on a mysterious island with strange and colorful inhabitants. To escape the island, Link must collect magical instruments and awaken the Wind Fish. Players explore a reimagined Koholint Island that’s been faithfully rebuilt in a new art style. Battle enemies, conquer numerous dungeons and uncover the hidden secrets of the island while encountering Super Mario enemies like Goombas, Chain Chomps and Piranha Plants. Players can also earn Chambers (Dungeon Rooms) and arrange them to complete objectives in the new Chamber Dungeon. Launching alongside the game will be a new Link amiibo figure that lets players put this adorable new art style in the palm of their hands. A special Dreamer Edition will come with the game and the Dreamer Art Book, which features concept art from the Nintendo Switch version of the game. The game and amiibo are each scheduled to launch Sept. 20.
  • Animal Crossing: New Horizons: Players embark on an ultra-exclusive Nook Inc. Deserted Island Getaway Package and enjoy a peaceful existence full of creativity, charm and the freedom to roll up their sleeves and make their new life whatever they want it to be. Players can collect resources they can craft into everything from creature comforts to handy tools as they set up a homestead they can decorate freely, both inside and out. The game is scheduled to launch March 20, 2020.
  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Two new paid downloadable fighters are coming to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate game: Hero from the DRAGON QUEST series to be available this summer, and Banjo-Kazooie for this fall. Hero represents the main character from several games in the DRAGON QUEST series. He can take the form of the protagonist from DRAGON QUEST XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age, DRAGON QUEST III: The Seeds of SalvationDRAGON QUEST IV: Chapters of the Chosen and DRAGON QUEST VIII: Journey of the Cursed King. Banjo the bear and his bird friend, Kazooie, star in a series of games that began on Nintendo 64. Although Banjo the bear was first introduced in Diddy Kong Racing for Nintendo 64, the kind-hearted character is best known for joining up with his wise-cracking bird sidekick Kazooie in the 1998 Nintendo 64 game Banjo-Kazooie. The beloved pair has remained inseparable since, working together using an arsenal of acrobatic and egg-shooting moves to defeat enemies, overcome obstacles and locate golden puzzle pieces.
  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate amiibo: New amiibo figures featuring characters from the fighting game are on their way. On Sept. 20, Nintendo is launching amiibo for Snake, Ivysaur and Squirtle. In November, amiibo of Incineroar, Simon and Chrom are due, followed by Dark Samus and Richter in 2020.
  • MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black Order: Assemble an ultimate team of Marvel Super Heroes from a huge cast including the Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, X-Men and more. Team up with friends** to prevent galactic devastation at the hands of the mad cosmic tyrant Thanos and his ruthless warmasters, The Black Order. Players can expand their ultimate alliance with the paid Expansion Pass, which includes upcoming DLC content from popular franchises like the Fantastic Four, X-Men and Marvel Knights. The game launches on July 19.
  • Fire Emblem: Three Houses: As a professor, players must lead students in their academic lives and in turn-based, tactical RPG battles wrought with strategic new twists to overcome. As the story unfolds, the choice of house at the Officers Academy will greatly affect where players stand when the great land of Fódlan becomes engulfed in war. After five years, former friends from the other classes must now face each other on the battlefield as bitter enemies. The game features the refined gameplay that the Fire Emblem franchise is known for. Players command a party of warriors to move and fight on a grid-based battlefield and, for the first time in the series history, assign battalions of troops to support individual units in battle. The game launches July 26.
  • ASTRAL CHAIN: In this new synergetic action game from PlatinumGames, humanity’s last chance against an interdimensional invasion is a sentient weapon called the Legion. As a rookie officer in an elite police task force, players will work together with their Legion to solve cases and save humankind. Players can change Legions on the fly to vary their style and unleash stylish combos. As they save the world from extradimensional invaders called chimeras, they’ll also interact with citizens, question suspects and team up with members of their task force to solve cases. The game is scheduled to launch Aug. 30.
  • DAEMON X MACHINA: Defend the planet and defeat corrupted A.I. controlled robots using your Arsenal, a fully customizable mechanized battle suit. Choose and equip your Arsenal with a multitude of weapons, obtain more from downed enemy Arsenals, and swap them on the fly to suit your strategy in the face of ever-changing threats that may bring the end of the world. The game is scheduled to launch Sept. 13.
  • Cadence of Hyrule ~ Crypt of the NecroDancer Featuring The Legend of Zelda~: This rhythmic action-adventure game is set in the world of theLegend of Zelda series. Players can explore the randomly generated overworld, as well as dungeons that change for every player as they try to save Hyrule as Link or Princess Zelda. They can use items from the Legend of Zelda series, plus spells and weapons from the Crypt of the NecroDancer game. By keeping the beat with 25 remixed classic tunes from the Legend of Zelda series, players must outstep legendary enemies and bosses in rhythmic combat. The game launches in Nintendo eShop on June 13.
  • DRAGON QUEST XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition: The legendary and genre-defining role-playing series is back with the definitive version of this critically acclaimed game. Embark on grand and epic quest as the Luminary—the hero chosen by Yggdrasil, the world tree, to save the world of Erdrea from an evil fate. The Nintendo Switch version boasts all the sprawling content of the original game along with newly added character-specific stories, fully orchestrated field and battle music, additional monsters to ride, side-quests to journey into past DRAGON QUEST worlds, and the ability to change between HD and retro-inspired 16-bit visuals. Additional enhancements include the ability to speed up battle sequences and the choice of a Japanese or English voice track. The game is scheduled to launch Sept. 27.
  • DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2: Go on an adventure to build a fantasy world and defend it from the Children of Hargon. Play and experiment to unlock crafting and building recipes in this RPG adventure filled with exploration, questing and challenging battles. Build together with up to three other players via local wireless or online* on the Isle of Awakening. The Nintendo eShop demo is scheduled to launch June 27, and the full game is scheduled to launch July 12.
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition from CD PROJEKT RED:Winner of over 250 Game of the Year awards, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, open world adventure set in a dark fantasy universe, where you play as Geralt of Rivia, mercenary monster slayer. The Complete Edition contains every piece of downloadable content released for the game, including two massive story expansions: Hearts of Stone & Blood and Wine. It’s the perfect opportunity to enter this world for the first time or relive the adventure — on the go! The game is scheduled to launch this year.
  • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 from SEGA: Join Mario, Sonic and friends for their greatest adventure yet at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, exclusively on Nintendo Switch! Go for the gold medal as you compete in action-packed sports games, including four brand-new events to Tokyo 2020: Skateboarding, Karate, Surfing and Sport Climbing, as well as a large selection of classic events. The game is scheduled to launch in November.
  • The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics from BonusXP and En Masse Entertainment: The highly anticipated Netflix series The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics comes to life as a thrilling tactical strategy game! In The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics, fans can experience the fantasy world of Thra by playing through – and going beyond – the events of the series. Players will even encounter never-seen-before playable characters, stories and environments. The game is scheduled to launch in 2019.
  • TRIALS of MANA from SQUARE ENIX: TRIALS of MANA is a full HD remake of the third entry in the Mana series, originally released in Japan as Seiken Densetsu 3. The entire game has been fully rebuilt from the ground up with modern 3D graphics. The game is scheduled to launch in early 2020.
  • Collection of Mana from SQUARE ENIX: Collection of Mana brings the first three titles in the seminal Mana series to Nintendo Switch in an all-in-one package. The collection is an essential bundle for new fans who want to play the classics for the first time and nostalgia seekers who want to relive fond memories and high fantasy adventures on the go. The collection launches today!
  • CONTRA ROGUE CORPS from Konami: CONTRA ROGUE CORPS is an over-the-top run-and-gun franchise with fast-paced, ultra-violent combat. Offering both single- and multiplayer** options, CONTRA ROGUE CORPS is an incredible gameplay experience alone or with your friends. The game launches on Sept. 24.
  • No More Heroes 3 from Grasshopper Manufacture: Travis Touchdown returns to Santa Destroy after a 10-year absence. There he finds a huge artificial island metropolis floating in the sea, and a mysterious flying object hovering high above. The latest numbered entry in the No More Heroesseries… No More Heroes 3 is coming in 2020!
  • Empire of Sin from Paradox and Romero Games: Empire of Sin puts you at the heart of the ruthless criminal underworld of 1920s Prohibition-era Chicago. It’s up to you to hustle, charm and intimidate your way to the top of the pile and do whatever it takes to stay there. This character-driven noir-inspired game immerses players in the glitz and glamor of the roaring ’20s, all while they must work behind the scenes in the gritty underbelly of organized crime. The game is scheduled to launch in spring 2020.
  • Panzer Dragoon: Remake from Forever Entertainment: A new, remade version of the Panzer Dragoon game – true to the original, with improved graphics and controls, that suit modern gaming standards! On a far, lone planet, you encounter two dragons awakened from the ancient times. Armed with a deadly gun from the past, and the guidance of your armored blue dragon, you must fulfill your destiny and keep the Prototype Dragon from reaching the Tower, or die trying. The game is scheduled to launch this winter.
  • Resident Evil 5 from CAPCOM: While the Umbrella Corporation and its crop of lethal viruses have been destroyed and contained, a more dangerous threat has emerged. Somewhere in Africa, innocent villagers are transforming into aggressive and disturbing creatures. Featuring online* and couch co-op, players can experience this Resident Evil classic as either Chris Redfield or his partner, Sheva Alomar, as the duo work together to investigate and stop those responsible for the viral outbreak. The game is scheduled to launch this fall.
  • Resident Evil 6 from CAPCOM: Blending action and survival horror, Resident Evil 6 delivers an epic and dramatic horror experience. Resident Evilfavorites Leon S. Kennedy and Chris Redfield are joined by series newcomers to face a global level threat: the highly virulent C-virus. The game is scheduled to launch this fall.

Some other third-party games on the way for Nintendo Switch include:

  • Dead by Daylight from Behaviour Interactive Inc. / Koch Media (Sept. 24)
  • Stranger Things 3: The Game from Netflix / BonusXP (July 4)
  • Spyro Reignited Trilogy from Activision Publishing, Inc. (Sept. 3)
  • Just Dance 2020 from Ubisoft (Nov. 5)
  • New Super Lucky’s Tale from Playful Studios (This Fall)
  • Minecraft: Dungeons from Mojang Studios (Spring 2020)
  • Ni No Kuni Remake: Wrath of the White Witch from LEVEL-5 / Engine Software (Sept. 20)
  • Catan from Asmodee Digital (June 20)
  • The Sinking City from Frogwares (This Fall)
  • Alien: Isolation from SEGA Europe Limited (2019)
  • Hollow Knight: Silksong from Team Cherry (Soon)
  • FINAL FANTASY: Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition from SQUARE ENIX, Inc. (This Winter)
  • Dauntless from Phoenix Labs (Q4)
  • Wolfenstein: Youngblood from Bethesda Softworks (July 26)
  • DOOM Eternal from Bethesda Softworks (Soon)
  • The Elder Scrolls: Blades from Bethesda Softworks (This Fall)

Nintendo’s booth will give attendees their first hands-on time with the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon ShieldLuigi’s Mansion 3 and The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening games. Fans who aren’t attending the show can check out MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black Order for themselves and be among the first in the country to play the game before it launches. Nintendo Early Access at Best Buy events are taking place this week at 80 U.S. Best Buy locations, and 10 Best Buy stores in Canada. People can visit select stores to play the game 3-8 p.m. local time on Wednesday, June 12, and noon-5 p.m. local time Saturday, June 15.

To celebrate E3 2019, Nintendo eShop is offering savings on select digital games. Between now and 11:59 p.m. PT on June 18, more than 60 Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS digital games are discounted 30%, 50% or even more. These include games in well-known franchises and indie games. My Nintendo members will also earn My Nintendo points on eligible purchases. The full list of sale items can be found in Nintendo eShop on the respective systems and at

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    1. People who dont give a fuck, why do they come to a Nintenfo sight to pluck? Is it because Sony games are out of luck? Now that sucks!! Hahahahahahanahahahahah

  2. Let’s be honest here, this E3 direct has to be one of the best so far I’ve seen from Nintendo.
    The games shown are all pretty good-looking and seems to play very nicely.
    The Dragon Quest Smash trailer was really epic while the Banjo one was pretty adorable. :]

      1. I don’t really like this whole “winning” E3 things and the console war but I have to say, Nintendo was by far the best.

    1. Pretty good looking? So many of the 3rd-party titles looked absolutely awful visually. Extremely bad framerates, low resoultion, just straight out bad.
      Nintendo’s own games looked really good though for sure, except for Fire Emblem with the weird ass choppy framerates in the cutscenes.

    2. The best part about this directx they killed it with a 3rd party franchise character for a fighting game.

      They didnt even show Bayonetta 3. They got that saved. But the fact they revealed Zelda sequal and dont have to pay $350 to play. Damnnnnnnnnnn

      How rare is that?

    3. Well personally I feel that the E3 2017 Direct still beats this one but damn the Banjo reveal was such a good moment in context of everything that happen with that ip.

  3. It was an overall OK direct if I put my biased love to Nintendo on the side. Was some cool surprises like NMH 3, Conta & BOTW sequel; but couldn’t find myself getting to hype for games I knew about. This doesn’t discredit them of still being good game; I was just looking for more especially on games really want more details on like bayo 3 etc etc.

  4. Banjo-Kazooie is the top highlight this Direct- against near-impossible odds, they made it in.

    Unfortunately, Luigi’s Mansion 3 is the only other game shown off that I’m really interested in. I’m into Sword/Shield, Mario Maker 2, and of course the Breath of the Wild sequel, but those weren’t really discussed. They burned me out with all the JRPGs in the beginning with Hero for Smash Ultimate (I could do without him, but I already bought the pack) and then actual Dragon Quest then Trials of Mana and the Mana collection.

    …Are we EVER going to get a new F-Zero? Nintendo has to know there’s demand for one.

    E3 2019: 5/10 (BK alone accounts for 3 of that).

        1. I dont know but it gets depressing every E3 when we never see him. We could have a least a CGI or something even if they dont want to show real gameplay….something

  5. The Animal Crossing delay really pierced my heart. I’m Glad they showed the game footage but ugh, it may take me a while to grieve. ;(((

    As for the rest, it was actually pretty good…
    –IDC about Smash DLC but Banjo was a pleasant surprise.
    –Link’s Awakening looks good, the style is growing on me and I’m more than likely going to buy it.
    –Luigi’s Mansion didn’t really interest me at first but I may have to consider it now.
    –Glad they didn’t spend too much time on PKMN, the clip was basically an AD for people to view the Treehouse
    –Was very worried that they were not going to show Animal Crossing because the direct was nearing 40 minutes, but thankfully, they did show stuff. It looks cool but I’m not sure if it will be a more traditional type of AC game though, it seems more like a survival type twist, I hope that does not limit the game’s possibilities… unless they were showing a different mode in the game… like that Deserted Island being a beefed up new ISLAND area, while having the traditional town mode too???
    –That BOTW2 tease was a such a great surprise, nobody expected that. When first viewing it everybody was saying it was DLC xD, I can’t wait for the game now. I’m sure Development will be quicker now that elements and assets are smartly being re used.
    –That’s all I can think of… If I forgot anything then it’s more than likely “forgettable” to me with not interests… Side note: I’m So glad no ports were showed, we needed some new stuff. :)
    –It sucks for people hoping for Bayo3, Pikmin4, MarioKart9 and other game footage/updates but I hope you found something to be happy about. xD

  6. OMG I AM SO HAPPY RN FOR GOOIGI! I’m a much bigger Gooigi fan than I should be (I was him for Holloween) and he’s finally back! Besides that, what an awesome Direct!

  7. My E3 Roundup:

    -Dragon Quest Hero in Smash Ultimate
    -Bowser Koopa and Doug Bowser
    -Luigi’s Mansion 3
    -The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics
    -The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening (Playmobil)
    -Trials of Mana
    -The Witcher: Wild Hunt
    -Fire Emblem: Three Houses
    -Resident Evil 5 and 6
    -No More Heroes III
    -Contra: Rogue Corps
    -Contra: Anniversary Collection
    -Daemon x Machina
    -Panzer Dragoon: Remake
    -Pokemon Sword and Shield – Pokeball Plus, and E3 Demo
    -Astral Chain
    -Empire of Sin
    -Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order
    -Cadence of Hyrule
    -Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo Olympic Games
    -Animal Crossing: New Horizons, also delay
    -Spyro: Reignited Trilogy, Hollow Knight: Silksong, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, Minecraft Dungeons, The Elder Scrolls: Blades, My Friend Pedro, Doom Eternal, The Sinking City, Wolfenstein Youngblood, Dead by Daylight, Alien Isolation, Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles, Dragon Quest Builders 2, Stranger Things 3: The Game (because print be impossible to read), Just Dance 2020, Catan, New Super Lucky’s Tale, Dauntless, Super Mario Maker 2
    -The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel

  8. Dragon quest Hero(es) for Smash and BotW sequel. Nintendo wins again. Oh, and we get Banjo for Smash too.

  9. Best Nintendo E3 Direct in a long while. As for who won E3, I don’t give a shit anymore. This console war crap is just bland, boring, and outdated. Support whoever you bloody want. Just don’t kiss a company’s ass like a shill or fanboy and you’re good.

    I can’t wait to have Demon x Machina and Astral Chain. Those games are gonna be sweeeeeeet!

    For my feelings on BotW 2 if anyone bothers to care, go check out the article that focuses on that reveal. Of course, TL;DR: I can’t wait for it, I want 2-player co-op since Zelda is traveling with Link, I think we’re getting Ganondorf, and I want Link and Zelda to be a couple as I’m tired of Nintendo beating around the bush. It’s a fantasy game. Give me a little romance, damn it!

    I’m sure some people are pissed at how anime-esque Fire Emblem: Three Houses is turning out. I at least felt like I was watching a trailer for a 3D animated anime, anyway. In any case, I’m now officially all in with FE:TH!

    I highly recommend Witcher 3. Hopefully it runs well on Switch.

    While the 2 new DLC fighters of DQ Hero and Banjo-Kazooie were cool, I’m not really excited. So far, it seems all of my excitement for Smash Ultimate was taken by the inclusion of Ridley, the return of the Ice Climbers, Ganondorf having the Ocarina of Time design, and Zelda having the LttP design (still wish we got the BotW Zelda design, too, as an alternate outfit but oh well; maybe in a future Smash game when Nintendo realizes DLC outfits for characters isn’t such a bad idea. I’d pay 20-30 bucks for a shit load of alternate outfits for characters.) The only thing that would send me back into excitement for Smash Ultimate would be either Sora or Crono as a playable character as DLC.

    If The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics game is exclusive to Switch…

  10. It was a pretty average Nintendo e3 in my opinion. Was very glad to see fire emblem three houses, animal crossing and Luigi’s mansion 3 gameplay, and the Zelda being teased at the end was really cool.

    I’m also glad to see astral chain/ more of marvel alliance. All of those games interest me.

    I guess the problem for me is, nothing was really a surprise that I cared about. I knew about all of that stuff, minus what the new Zelda would look like.

    Oh and the smash characters. It was cool, but honestly not a gigantic fan of smash. I don’t lose my mind/ scream like most people seem to.

    I guess I was hoping for some bayo 3 news, maybe pikmin 3 or Metroid prime remastered would come out *cough* or idk, another game out of left field. Maybe a new ip?

    But overall, it wasn’t terrible. Showed off a bunch of good games, even if we knew most of them. Had surprised such as the smash and Zelda. So not bad. Met my expectations. 5/10

  11. Decent E3, some trash too (like Contra) but decent overall. I don’t see why people is so happy about a Banjo’s DLC, it’s just an(other) add on for Smash.

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