For most companies that would be a hard ask, but this is Nintendo, which is a company overflowing with IP that sells millions of copies every time a new game launches. Using a Nintendo Direct broadcast to announce some major titles and build anticipation for the months ahead worked out well a year ago, so don't be surprised to see Nintendo try the same thing again.
Nintendo has officially gotten its groove back.
Some of the most popular games to be added to the Switch this year include the first and second main title release of the "Bayonetta" franchise - PlatinumGames' well-known action-adventure hack and slash videos games that were originally released in 2009 and 2014, respectively.
The final United Kingdom top 40 for 2017 was published earlier today, revealing a trio of Switch titles in the top ten. The implication being that Amazon knows about forthcoming announcements for new Nintendo Switch games and accidentally made the listings live early.
NY fast-food workers get latest minimum wage increase
The saying, "every dollar counts", will be tested again, as Ohioans once again see a raise in minimum wage next year. Cathy Young, R-Olean, and Goodell for making sure the increase to $15 is phased in over the next few years.
The hackers Plutoo, Derrek, and Naehrwert, at the 34C3 hacking conference held in Germany, have indeed confirmed that the Homebrew Launcher for Switch will soon be available and therefore on the hybrid console of Nintendo it will be possible to use unofficial apps. If Nintendo is planning a Direct, it would be a great chance to show the world what's coming to the Switch in 2018. Within the last quarter of the year, the anniversary game titled "Mega Man 11" is expected to launch.
Nintendo's line-up of planned first-party releases for the Nintendo Switch in 2018 remains mysterious for the time being.
Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima spoke to Kyoto Shimbun in an interview where he discussed the console and how it continues to surpass expectations in terms of the Switch's sales targets.