Despite a short Nintendo Spotlight showing at E3 2017, Nintendo has been uploading plenty of trailers outside of what was shown during the event. Have a look at the best of it below.
If you’ve got a spare 25 minutes and want to watch the Nintendo Spotlight in its entirety, check out the replay below.
Take a walk in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim for Nintendo Switch.
Get ready to groove in Just Dance 2018 for Switch.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is coming. Here’s what to expect.
If you like the look of the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 trailer, here’s 40ish minutes of gameplay.
There’s a new Kirby game coming for the Switch and it’s called Kirby. Simple!
Marvel at the giant space ‘4’ that’s part of the Metroid Prime 4 title. It’s in development now for Nintendo Switch, but you won’t see any gameplay in the teaser below.
Sticking with the theme of single-word titles, here’s what Yoshi looks like on Nintendo Switch.
Fire Emblem Warriors explores what happens when good dragons go bad.
You can also see some chaotic gameplay for Fire Emblem Warriors below.
Here’s what The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild owners can expect from the two batches of DLC.
It only takes 48 seconds to let you know that Rocket League is coming to Nintendo Switch, with a tease of some of the exclusive stuff.
No, I haven’t linked the wrong trailer: this Super Mario Odyssey game really does start with a T-rex.
Oh, you want more Super Mario Odyssey? You can see a narrated play-through from the show floor below.
Here’s a taste of Sonic Forces, which is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year.
Samus is back in this 3DS trailer for Metroid: Samus Returns.
You can also see some gameplay of Metroid: Samus Returns right here.
E3 just doesn’t feel the same without a game that features both Mario and Luigi. Check out Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions below.
Also, if the above is of interest, the below gameplay for Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions is likely of interest, too.
There’s 20 minutes of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle on offer in this demonstration.
And the official Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle trailer below, in case you missed it.
Finally, if you’re keen to see how tiring it is to play Arms, you can watch a live demonstration below.