Nintendo Direct March 8th, 2018


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Nintendo Direct scheduled for tomorrow

10pm UK time.

By Tom Phillips Published 07/03/2018

 

The next Nintendo Direct broadcast has been scheduled for tomorrow - Thursday, 8th March - at 10pm UK time.

(That's 2pm Pacific or 5pm Eastern, for our friends across the pond.)

 

Lasting 30 minutes, the stream will feature new announcements on Nintendo Switch software, including Mario Tennis Aces, and some games for 3DS.

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#NintendoDirect is coming! Tune in on March 8th at 23:00 CET for half an hour of information about upcoming #NintendoSwitch and Nintendo #3DS games, including new details on #MarioTennis Aces.
— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) March 7, 2018

So, what do we expect? Well, a look at the upcoming Kirby Star Allies for Nintendo Switch seems likely - it is out next week. More details on the upcoming Switch ports of Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze (due 4th May) and Hyrule Warriors (due sometime during "spring") are also on the cards.

 

Beyond that, well, it'd be nice to hear something of Diablo 3 for Switch but it's probably too soon for that.

 

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Will update OP with the announcements and any trailers later tonight.

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3DS

Warioware Gold

Dillion's Dead-Heat Breakers

Mario + Luigi Bowser's Inside Story / Bowser Jr's Journey

Detective Pikachu

Luigi's Mansion

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

 

Switch

Kirby Star Aliies

Okami HD

Sushi Striker

Octopath Traveler

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Dark Souls: Remastered

Mario Tennis Aces + pre-launch tournament

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

Undertale

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy

Little Nightmares

South Park: The Fractured But Whole

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition

ARMS Global Test Punch March 31st - 3 day event

Splatoon 2 EU Championship Switzerland

Splatoon 2 ver 3.0 update

Splatoon 2 Octo Expansion (paid DLC)

Super Smash Bros Switch (Coming Soon)

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