Nintendo Direct Remakes, remasters, and brand-new titles!
Today is a special day for Nintendo fans because it marks the date of the company’s September 2023 Nintendo Direct. The most recent show lasted about 40 minutes and was filled with exciting announcements about games that will be coming to Nintendo’s hybrid console this winter.
There were numerous announcements, and if you missed today’s broadcast, don’t worry. This roundup covers all of the major announcements and reveals from the September 2023 Nintendo Direct.
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1.Nintendo Direct’s Luigi’s Mansion 2 HD is Out Next Summer
Luigi’s Mansion 2 HD was already in the works, but today’s Nintendo Direct presentation treated us to a fresh glimpse of the trailer, along with confirmation that the remastered edition will be available on Nintendo Switch next summer.
2.The GBA game Mario vs. Donkey Kong is being remade.
During today’s Nintendo Direct, a new Donkey Kong game was announced, but it wasn’t what you might have expected. The Mario vs. Donkey Kong series has returned with a new installment called a remake of the GBA game that shares the series’ name. Mario vs. Donkey Kong is comprised of a plethora of intricately designed puzzle-platforming levels in which Mario’s primary goal is to find a key and bring it to a door. The remake includes co-op. It will be released on February 16, 2024.
3.The F-Zero 99 has been announced and is now available exclusively to Switch Online members.
F-Zero made an unexpected appearance at today’s Nintendo Direct. F-Zero 99, a battle royale-style racing game that also supports the SNES wireless controller, was announced. F-Zero 99 is available today, but only to those who have an active Nintendo Switch Online subscription.
4.Princess Peach: It’s time to perform! The film will be released in March.
Nintendo Direct had previously revealed the development of a Princess Peach game, which remained untitled at the time. In today’s Direct, they finally revealed gameplay footage and the official title for this upcoming game, which is centered on the Mushroom Kingdom’s princess.
The title of the game is “Princess Peach: Showtime,” and Nintendo has also provided a new look at the gameplay. According to Nintendo, the gameplay experience will vary depending on Peach’s transformations.
“Princess Peach: Showtime!” will be released on March 22, 2024.
5.New Cinematic Trailer for Detective Pikachu Returns
Detective Pikachu will be released on October 6, and Nintendo Direct has provided another cinematic trailer for the game ahead of time. The most recent trailer focused on how other Pokemon, such as Darmanitan, can smash rocks for Detective Pikachu and Tim on their adventure.
6.Tomb Raider 1, 2, and 3 will be remastered, according to an announcement.
The original Tomb Raider, as well as Tomb Raider 2 and 3, will be remastered for Nintendo’s hybrid console. On February 14, 2024, this remastered compilation will be released. Players will be able to toggle between the enhanced visuals and the original polygonal aesthetics, providing a nostalgic touch. These remasters will include expansions and hidden levels for each of the three games, in addition to the updated visuals.
7.Splatoon 3’s “Side Order” mode has just been showcased in a new gameplay trailer during today’s presentation, and it’s now slated for release in the spring of 2024.
The latest Nintendo Direct began with the release of a new gameplay trailer for the second wave of Splatoon 3 DLC, dubbed “Side Order.” This expansion will be available as part of the game’s expansion pass as well as as a standalone purchase. The “Side Order” DLC for Splatoon 3 will be available this spring.
8.Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door HD Announced
Another well-known title from Nintendo’s library is being remastered. It’s Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door this time. We didn’t get much information other than updated visuals and the fact that it will be available on the Nintendo Switch next year.
9.A fresh glimpse of “Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown” was provided.
Ubisoft has released a new trailer for The Lost Crown, the upcoming Prince of Persia game. The latest installment in Ubisoft’s dormant franchise was announced at Summer Game Fest in June. This 2D action platformer will be released on January 18th by Ubisoft Montpellier, the same company that created Rayman Legends.
10.Tears of the Kingdom, Smash Ultimate, and Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Amiibo Updates
During the presentation, Nintendo provided details about the forthcoming wave of Amiibos. Sora, the main character from Kingdom Hearts, who made his debut as the final DLC character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, is set to receive his own Amiibo. While a specific release date has not been announced, it is expected to become available sometime next year.
Additionally, Tears of the Kingdom Amiibos featuring Zelda and Ganondorf will be released on November 3. Furthermore, on January 19, 2024, Noah and Miuo from Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will also have their own Amiibos introduced.
11.Super Mario RPG Remake Gets a New Trailer
A new preview of the Super Mario RPG Remake, initially introduced in the previous Nintendo Direct, has been unveiled. The latest trailer once again showcased the gameplay of this beloved Super Nintendo classic.
The release date for the Super Mario RPG Remake remains unchanged, set for November 17, 2023.
12.Trombone Champ is Coming to Nintendo Switch
“Trombone Champ,” a whimsical rhythm game that involves playing the trombone, is at last making its way to the Nintendo Switch platform. Previously, “Trombone Champ” was exclusively available on PC, where it gained popularity within the indie gaming community due to its distinctive gameplay within the rhythm genre.
In addition to its Nintendo Switch release, it has been revealed that the Switch version of “Trombone Champ” will utilize gyro controls or the Joy-Cons’ IR motion sensor for gameplay.
13.Dave the Diver will be available on Switch next month.
“Dave the Diver,” a game that was previously exclusive to PC, is set to launch on the Nintendo Switch next month, specifically on October 26. This release date is a full year earlier than its initially planned release date, making it available for Switch players sooner than anticipated.
14.First Look at Mario Kart 8 Deluxe’s Booster Course Pass Wave 6
The next wave of Mario Kart 8 DLC has been revealed. Wave 6 of the Booster Course Pass, available this holiday season, adds a new racing track, Daisy Circuit from Mario Kart Wii, as well as four new racers: Diddy Kong, Funky Kong, Pauline, and Peachette.
15.”Horizon Chase 2″ is now accessible on the Nintendo Switch as of today.
“Horizon Chase 2,” which made its initial debut slightly over a year ago on platforms including PlayStation, PC, Xbox, and mobile devices, is now officially available on Nintendo Switch, starting today.
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