September Nintendo Direct 2018


Nintendo Direct cancelled because of Japanese earthquake

Due to a powerful quake in Japan, Nintendo has chose to delay tonight's Nintendo Direct to a later date.

Nintendo's upcoming Direct was supposedly going to be a large one, serving as a 35-minute-long showcase for upcoming Nintendo Switch and 3DS titles.

Everyone in Japan, stay safe.

Due to this bad tragedy, Nintendo made a decision to delay this week's Direct.

This one is promised to focus on not only the Nintendo Switch but also their other portable system. The rumored Nintendo Direct could reportedly happen as soon as tomorrow on 6 September at 4:00 pm PDT or 7:00 pm EDT.

A new Nintendo Direct presentation has been announced by the Big N this morning.

Nintendo Switch On-line would possibly be required to ride online multiplayer for the bulk of first-event Nintendo games.

In addition, if last year's September Nintendo Direct is anything go off of, we also expect some third-party titles to be shared.

We should hear more about the Nintendo 3DS lineup of games, with the software library slowing down significantly since the release of the Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo regularly broadcasts news announcements through livestreamed videos on its YouTube channels.

Over three decades after it was originally released, fans will finally be able to play Super Mario Bros together online thanks to Nintendo's paid Switch Online service which launches this month. Back in July, it was reported that the console had sold almost 20 million units worldwide, and this new development in Japan most likely puts the Switch above that number now. Nintendo's official website (on some occasions, at least) is now listing the game as "Yoshi's Crafted World". "Ultimate" livestream where it revealed new characters and stages.

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