Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Metroid Prime 4 Officially Announced for Nintendo Switch

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The loudest announcement was for Metroid Prime 4, although Nintendo has provided few details. It was only mentioned that it is in development for Nintendo Switch, but provided no other details and has not indicated a possible release date. Metroid Prime 4 will update one of the series to which the world of Nintendo fans are particularly attached, and will mark the return of the iconic character of Samus Aran.

As for long-term projects, there is also a new RPG Pokemon series in the development for Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Spotlight: E3 2017 presentation has also focused more on new games for Nintendo Switch series like Yoshi, Kirby, and Xenoblade Chronicles, as well as revealed new details on key titles such as Super Mario Odyssey.

Regarding the latter, players can explore huge 3D realms in search of moons as Mario needs to operate the Odyssey, his flying ship. Also, Mario can wear a variety of costumes and interact creatively with the environment, eg driving vehicles or exploring scenarios in the role of Mario pixellated.

Cappy, a new partner, allows Mario to use new moves such as the launch of the hat, jumping with his hat and capture, which help to make it even more memorable this new adventure. The launch of the game, on October 27, will also be accompanied by the arrival of three new Super Mario Odyssey, available individually or as part of a set: Mario, Princess Peach, and Bowser, all in wedding wear.

Regarding the competitive multiplayer, however, will come in September Pokkén Tournament DX, Bandai Namco, and The Pokemon Company. Pokkén Tournament DX will allow players to take control of their favorite Pokémon to address other Pokémon. With new fighters and new support Pokémon, this is the definitive version of a game that has already been very successful among Wii owners U. Pokkén Tournament DX will be available from September 22.

In the new Yoshi game, however, players will find a huge world decorated as a miniature plastic. The side-scrolling levels all have another side that lets you explore the world from a different perspective. This new adventure Yoshi will come in 2018.

In the first game in the main Kirby series for the Nintendo Switch, players can recruit enemies by hitting them with hearts to form a team of up to four characters or play with up to three friends in co-op. Kirby can combine multiple copy ability to create combos to be used to shoot down enemies or overcoming obstacles. This game will come in 2018.

During the event, in addition, it was announced that the long-awaited Xenoblade Chronicles 2 for Nintendo Switch will come in winter of 2017. This is the latest chapter in the popular series of role-playing games, with a new hero goes in search of Elysium.

In Fire Emblem Warriors Koei Tecmo, players take control of famous people of the Fire Emblem series such as Marth, Xander and the female version of Corrin, as well as new heroes created exclusively for this game. Players can execute strategies based on the classic triangle of weapons to defeat hordes of enemies in a variety of areas, including some scenarios inspired by famous places of the series as the Hoshido castle. Fire Emblem Warriors arrive on Nintendo Switch in the fall. Later he will also be released on New Nintendo 3DS XL, New Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo New 2DS XL.

Third parties will support in a capillary Nintendo Switch: as recently announced at E3, will arrive Rocket League of Psyonix, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Bethesda, Mario Battle Kingdom + Rabbids from Ubisoft and FIFA 18 from Electronic Arts.

Nintendo has announced further details of additional content packs coming for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The two packages will only be obtained by purchasing the expansion pass, priced at 19.99 €. The first package, "Legendary evidence", will be available from June 30, while the second "Ballad of Champions", will arrive in the winter of 2017.

The return of Metroid is not just about the new chapter of the main series. Nintendo, in fact, also announced the return of a classic Metroid adventure, Metroid: Samus Returns, rebuilt from the ground. This game, based on Metroid II: Return of Samus released on the Game Boy in 1992. It will be a side-scrolling shooter where Samus will rely on new weapons and abilities. Metroid: Samus Returns will be available from 15 September.

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