1. Pokemon Snap
2. Mario Kart 64
3. Mario Party 2
4. Mario Party 10
5. Zelda: Majora’s Mask
6. Super Mario 64
7. Super Mario World
8. Super Mario 3D World
9. Zelda: Skyward Sword
10. Zelda: Ocarina of Time
11. Super Mario Bros.
12. F-Zero X
13. Super Mario Bros. 3
14. Minecraft: Wii U Edition
16. Super Mario RPG
17. Zelda: Wind Waker HD
18. Star Fox 64
19. Super Mario Maker
20. Zelda: A Link to the Past
1. Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch Presentation Trailer
2. Zelda: Breath of the Wild Nintendo Switch Presentation
3. Switch Concept Trailer
4. Mario Kart 8 Nintendo Switch Presentation Trailer
5. Switch Playstyles Trailer
6. Splatoon 2 Nintendo Switch Presentation Trailer
7. Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017
8. Switch Parental Controls
9. First look at Nintendo’s new home gaming system
10. Pokemon Snap Trailer
11. Arms Nintendo Switch Presentation Trailer
12. Super Mario Mash-Up Pack for Minecraft: Wii U Edition
13. Paper Mario: Color Splash – A Splash of Mystery
14. Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Nintendo Switch Presentation
15. Pokken Tournament TV Spot
16. 1-2-Switch Nintendo Switch Presentation Trailer
17. Zelda: Breath of the Wild E3 2016 Trailer
18. Fire Emblem Warriors Nintendo Switch Presentation
19. Paper Mario: Color Splash – Time to Make a Splash!
20. Yoshi’s Woolly World Adventure Guide Episode 1
Coming from an IGN interview with Eiji Aonuma... (Google translate)
"There is an alternate ending if you meet certain criteria. If you do a few things, you may see a different ending."
I have played all the Zelda titles, but I can't remember an alternate ending in any of them. Am I forgetting something, or is this a first?
We showed you the Switch preorder lines in Japan a bit earlier today. Now we have some encouraging news on how preorders themselves went. Amazon pre-orders went up at 9am in Japan, and the total allocation was gone in just 5-10 minutes. As for brick-and-mortar retailers, it seems that most, but not all stores, sold out of their launch allotments in just 15 minutes. Could the Switch be the perfect console/handheld hybrid for Japan.
We’ve had a long conversation with Nintendo and given their recent reveals, we can now announce: Hollow Knight is making the switch to Nintendo’s new portable/home/hybrid platform!
That’s both sad and happy news for us. Though we can confirm the Switch as a release platform, we also have to confirm that Hollow Knight will no longer make its way to the Wii U. That’s not a step we’ve taken lightly. Our Wii U release has recently been hampered by several technical challenges and though we’d love to see Hollow Knight on our favourite console, we feel the quality difference would end up such that Wii U players will be experiencing a lesser version of the game.
We’re aiming to release the Switch version of Hollow Knight not too long after the platform’s launch.
Good morning! I'm 10th in line for Switch reservations at the Yodobashi Camera in Akihabara.— Kyle McLain (@FarmboyinJapan) January 20, 2017
Yodobashi Shinjuku pic.twitter.com/Li4ekaT2tr— Gaijinhunter (@aevanko) January 20, 2017
People lined up in Kichikyoji (pic from a friend) pic.twitter.com/h7pOP9GcDo— Gaijinhunter (@aevanko) January 20, 2017
Lost 4 slots in line but one of the first 40 i am sure I got this on launch day. Yay! pic.twitter.com/WppzVuYLGJ— Gaijinhunter (@aevanko) January 20, 2017
Only 31 people in line in Shinjuku I made a good choice pic.twitter.com/iqcZygmnpx— Gaijinhunter (@aevanko) January 20, 2017
Always love seeing this stuff. Makes the upcoming launch feel that much more real. Hurry up and get here, March!