Nintendo left its audience in awe after dropping major news regarding some of the games they are developing. If the company follows through, some of your gamer dreams will come true this year and the next.
Of course, staple titles are back. A new Super Mario game is due out later this year, as well as a crossover with Raving Rabbids in Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle. A new Sonic the Hedgehog game, titled Sonic Forces, is due out the Holidays. New Yoshi and Kirby games are also announced for the Switch. A new Mario & Luigi game is also coming to Nintendo’s—still breathing—portable console, the 3DS.
The big news, though, is that Rocket League, finally, is coming to Nintendo Switch. It’s an instant favorite among gamers—for good reason. What’s more, Game Shark is now developing a Pokemon RPG for the Switch, a game that many fans have been begging developers to make. There’s also Metroid Prime 4 in the works, in case you missed it, along with a 3DS release called Metroid: Samus Returns.
Here is the full list of every video game announced by Nintendo at E3 2017.
Rocket League is coming to Switch
Metroid Prime 4 in the works
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 trailer
New Kirby game, coming to Switch
Pokemon RPG for Switch is in development by Game Shark
Game Shark has its knee deep into development of a Pokemon RPG for the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo says it won’t release for more than a year, though. But hey, it’s finally happening.
Yoshi game for Switch announcement
Super Mario Odyssey trailer
Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle trailer
Metroid: Samus Returns for 3DS
Fire Emblem Warriors trailer
Sonic Forces, new Sonic game for the Switch
Just Dance 2018 trailer
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim trailer
Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star trailer
Pumped yet? There’s more where this came from. Ritz covered all the games that Sony announced at E3 this year. I’m especially excited to check out Days Gone and Spider-Man on the PS4. Check out Ritz’s list here.