E3 2017: Nintendo Switch

The last of the major E3 press conferences came today with Nintendo premiering all their trailers and gameplay videos, including one of the biggest game reveals – “Super Mario Odyssey” which hits this Halloween.

Also on the way are “Yoshi,” “Kirby,” new “Metroid Prime” & “Xenoblade Chronices” sequels, and a ton of DLC for “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”.

Super Mario Odyssey
Mario embarks on a massive, globe-trotting 3D adventure. His new abilities include collecting Moons that power up your airship – the Odyssey as you set out rescue Princess Peach from Bowser’s wedding plans. The game hits October 27th.

Metroid Prime 4
Still in development, this announcement trailer indicates the next chapter in the “Metroid Prime” saga is in the works and won’t hit until 2018 at the earliest – more likely 2019.

Yoshi
Yoshi heads on a new adventure in this new action platforming game coming to Nintendo Switch in 2018. Explore a great big world decorated like a miniature diorama, look for items throughout the stages and team up with a friend.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Explore an endless ocean of clouds, where the last remnants of civilization live on the backs of colossal beasts called Titans. Experience the story of Rex and his new friend, Pyra, a mysterious being known as a Blade who grants him tremendous power. Coming to Nintendo Switch during Holiday 2017.

Kirby
Recruit enemies as helpers, use Kirby copy abilities such as Sword, Fire and Water, and join forces with up to three friends for a different kind of team-up action. Coming in 2018.

Fire Emblem Warriors
Clash with legions of soldiers and fierce monsters as Marth, Xander, Corrin, and other Fire Emblem heroes unleashing over-the-top-powerful Dynasty Warriors-style move. Hits this Fall.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild – DLC
The Expansion Pass grants access to three new DLC Packs with the first, ‘Master Trials,’ hitting June 30th. That includes: “Trial of the Sword, Master Mode, Hero’s Path, Travel Medallion, Korok Mask and eight new armors”.