Sometimes You Need A Hero, Sometimes You Need Kirby

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Oh, and if you feel like hanging out for a half-hour, check out 28 minutes of Super Mario Odyssey gameplay below.

Brand new Yoshi side-scroller is coming out this year as well. The trailer showed everything you'd expect from an RPG, some flashy battles, and some hearty melodrama.

Xenoblade Chronicles X 2 is coming out this holiday.

Psyonix confirmed that all of the content, features, and updates the game has got on other platforms like the PS4, Xbox One, and PC will be available on the Nintendo Switch as well. Celebrating the original game's 25th anniversary this year, the tentatively titled Kirby showcased everything expected in a new addition to the franchise, including classic platforming and the ability to swallow enemies and copy powers. The game is schedule for a 2018 release, although an exact date hasn't been given. The second DLC, with some more limited details, is planned for this holiday season and is called "The Champion's Ballad".

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E3 is in full swing and we are busy trying to see what we can. No local release information has been given.

Psyonix's popular soccer with cars "simulator" is hitting Switch with exclusive Nintendo-themed customization items and vehicles. While most E3 conferences major focus was on their upcoming video games, Nintendo also introduced new emoji's to accompany some of those announcements.

The new Pokken Tournament DX will also be present at Nintendo's E3 event. Because Rocket League wasn't already insane enough as it is. This could lead to some interesting shenanigans against bosses where all Mario will have to do is stay alive, a la Tails gameplay from Sonic's earlier entries.

A brief teaser then announced the return of another hot Nintendo property in the form of Metroid 4. It will let you clip your phone to this Joy-Con grip, allowing you to easily use your Nintendo online app with your phone while playing.

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