Nintendo Direct September 2018 Highlights

Nintendo Direct September 2018 Highlights

Nintendo Direct September 2018 Highlights

The remake will include the beloved game, plus a new side story focusing on Bowser Jr.

The FAQ lists Splatoon 2, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Arms and Super Smash Bros.

During this week's Nintendo Direct, Nintendo revealed details for the Nintendo Switch Online service, which launches next week on September 18.

There's a very peculiar rule that's worth noting regarding the NES games. U DeluxeSuper Mario Odyssey is great and all, but where are the classic Super Mario side-scrollers? As it's been a while since the last game came out. Nintendo Switch's online infrastructure is still relatively new and should it go down during an hour-long session of Party, players aren't going to be pleased. While the release date isn't too far away now, relatively speaking, Nintendo hasn't shown any sign of slowing down when it comes to announcing new characters to the game. Among many FF games, players can expect to see VII, IX, and X to be released throughout 2018 and into 2019.

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The multiple Final Fantasy games on Nintendo Switch that will be coming out, however, are some of the series's best ones, that have all come with good reviews. In addition to voice chat support, the app will also offer a second screen experience to view your in-game stats while you're playing. The users just need to pay a small membership fee for Nintendo Switch and they can play some free games. Nintendo Switch Online also uses the Save Data Cloud, so the same applies. However, we imagine it's representative of what the actual game will look like. On PlayStation 4, cloud saves remain for six months, and Xbox One cloud saves simply don't require an Xbox Live Gold subscription.

Finally, Nintendo Switch Online subscribers will get special rewards each month, but Nintendo hasn't revealed what these will be as yet.

Before that, Isabelle will be a playable character in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Boards have the potential to make or break a good Mario Party game, so it'd be wise of Nintendo to put their best designers at work to getting this next set as close to ideal as possible.

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