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In addition to announcing Metroid Prime 4 and some other things, Nintendo shared a new trailer for the upcoming Mario game, titled Super Mario Odyssey.
Nintendo has also doubled up on the good news for Super Mario game fans, also sharing a release date for the new game to circle on those calendars. Continue below to read a little more about Super Mario Odyssey and give the trailer a watch.
Nintendo announced during their E3 2017 presentation that a new game in the Metroid Prime series is now in development for their Nintendo Switch console.
The game, titled Metroid Prime 4, was announced with a brief first look teaser. Not much is actually shown in the teaser—it’s simply to announce that the game does indeed exist—but you can check it out below.
When we were first introduced to Nintendo’s latest console, Nintendo Switch, last October, one game shown playing on the system surprised many: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
If you’re a fan of Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda series and always wished you could play one of those games that looked more like Skyrim, now you’ll be able to make that fantasy a reality. During Bethesda’s E3 2017 showcase last night, a trailer for Skyrim on Switch was shared. And in it, the player was able to become Link from the Zelda series and set off on the many adventures one can find in the game.