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Andre Meadows, the 'Black Nerd,' spoke with Nintendo's Kit Ellis at E3 about the company's upcoming releases and gave ET Live a tour of the Nintendo and Luigi Mansion booths.
In a press release, Nintendo confirmed it's bringing Pokemon Sword and Shield to the E3 show floor. That was to be expected, after the recent Pokemon Nintendo Direct stream, in which we discovered Sword and Shield's release date, story details, and more. In addition, the platform holder stated Luigi's Mansion 3, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order will all be playable on Nintendo Switch.
Due to Belgium's legislation over loot boxes, Nintendo will be pulling Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Fire Emblem Heroes on August 27.
Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2019 witnessed major announcements from Microsoft (MSFT), Nintendo, EA and other gaming companies.
This year’s E3 was a bit of a mixed bag. Sony was completely absent, Microsoft was looking toward the future and Nintendo, as ever, was all about the games. The show came at an odd time in Nintendo’s release cycle.
Nintendo (NTDOY) doesn't do press conferences at the annual E3 event in Los Angeles. However, the company does live streaming that features upcoming releases. At this year’s expo, Nintendo made several major announcements. The company announced that Animal Crossing: New Horizons—which was previously slated for release this year—will now be delayed until March 2020. But it also said that a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is in the works.
Nintendo released its 2019 game lineup. Here are the three biggest announcements from their presentation from Luigi's Mansion 3 to Animal Crossing: New Horizon.
The fall came after Nintendo said the latest iteration of its popular Animal Crossing franchise would not be released for its Switch console until March 2020, rather than this year. The buzz around the annual event, which sets the tone for fans, developers and investors, has been games streaming — the ability to play high-quality games via cloud-based services in a way that has the potential to disrupt the traditional console model.
Luigi’s Mansion 3 -- is on schedule but failed to provide a release date. The 40-minute video, broadcast during the E3 game expo in Los Angeles this week, also highlighted support for the Switch from publishers and teased a sequel to mega-hit The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Nintendo had been up 34% this year through Tuesday -- outpacing many of its rivals -- as new titles and expectations for additional hardware boost confidence that the company can navigate big changes in the industry.
It's been a long time since Luigi, the brother of Mario, last starred in a ghost-busting adventure. Too long, in fact -- Luigi's Mansion 2 , better known as Dark Moon , came out more than six years ago on the Nintendo 3DS. In 2019, I was worried that its sequel, Luigi's Mansion 3 , would offer little more than a visual overhaul for Switch owners. A charming adventure, but one that leant on the same puzzle solving and ghost-battling mechanics as its predecessor. Well, I'm happy to report that these fears were completely misplaced. Based on a short demo, I can already tell that Nintendo has plenty of fresh ideas to reinvigorate the series' formula.
Nintendo is bringing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt to the Switch later this year, the company announced at E3 2019. The action RPG, created by CD Projekt, will be coming to the Nintendo's portable console in its "Complete Edition," which means it'll likely include all the DLC that's been available since 2015. Nintendo didn't say when, exactly, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be available on the Switch, but we do know it'll be at some point in 2019. At least you have time to prepare yourself for your next fantasy.
Japan's the Pokemon Company said on Wednesday it was developing "Pokemon Sleep", a mobile app that tracks players' sleep and uses the data for gameplay, with a release date set for next year. "We want to turn sleep into entertainment," said Tsunekazu Ishihara, chief executive of the Pokemon Company, which helps manage the Pokemon franchise, at an event in Tokyo. At the same event, Kyoto-based Nintendo Co Ltd said it was developing a sleep-tracking successor to its Pokemon Go Plus device, which allows users to "catch" Pokemon without taking out their smartphones.
The Detective Pikachu title aims to cash in on the popularity of the eponymous movie released this month. The game could further boost demand for the Switch, although Pokemon did not announce a release date. The new Pokemon Go Plus + device will sync with Pokemon Go and is aimed at helping people develop healthy sleep habits and turning sleep into entertainment, Pokemon Chief Executive Officer Tsunekazu Ishihara said at the event.
Mario Kart Tour, scheduled to launch this summer, has had gamers in a tizzy since it was announced in early 2018. Not only is the franchise one of the best-known racing series in video games, it’s regarded as the Nintendo title most suitable for smartphones in terms of controls, opportunities to make money off users and features to hook mobile players. While the company has yet to release a single screen-shot of the game, Bloomberg News scored a seat in a closed beta test that kicked off Tuesday.
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NVIDIA's (NVDA) first-quarter fiscal 2020 results endure softness in the gaming and data center businesses. However, expectation of a rebound in gaming market is an upside.