Nintendo Direct marks the final publisher conference at E3 every year. It felt like this year Ninty had a lot less to talk about, even if Super Smash Bros. fans will likely be happy with the 25-odd minutes (of a 45-minute presentation) dedicated to the Switch iteration of the long-running series. As with other conferences, Nintendo Direct was incredibly light on developer interviews and commentary and, instead, more focused on cramming in as many game trailers as possible. You can check them all out below.
If you’re a big Nintendo fan and have a spare 45 minutes, you can check out the full conference replay below.
Super Mario Party looks like a lot of fun, especially if you’ve got more than one Switch on hand.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country has so many subtitles it uses a new one.
Get a heavy-metal taste of fast-paced mech action in Daemon X Machina.
Turn up the heat with this Overcooked 2 trailer.
And here’s around 20 minutes of Overcooked 2 in action.
Fortnite is on every other gaming platform, so why not the Switch?
Fire Emblem Three Houses is a brand-new game in the series coming to Switch.
A classic arcade game is reborn in Killer Queen Black, which is also coming to PC.
Hollow Knight is getting a Switch release with all the DLC.
I still don’t really know what it’s about, but Octopath Traveler is a Square Enix game exclusively for the Switch.
Here’s 25 minutes of dedicated Super Smash Bros. Ultimate stuff, which really is targeted at fans.
Here are three hits of Nintendo Treehouse gameplay for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate fans. The first.
The second round of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate gameplay.
And the third round of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate gameplay.
The rumours are true: Dragon Ball FighterZ is coming to Switch later this year.
SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy – Knockout Duo! Luong & Mian! Is… is that seriously the game title?
There are more games than Pokémon in this Switch game line-up.
Ubisoft’s toys-to-life game, Starlink: Battle for Atlas, gets some exclusive Star Fox love in this trailer.
My first XCOM, aka Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, is getting Donkey Kong Adventure DLC later this month.
Here’s a less Switch-specific look at Starlink: Battle for Atlas.
Here’s a Nintendo Treehouse play-through of Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu & Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!
A brief tease of the Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion that’s landing later this year.
And that’s pretty much it for my coverage of E3 this year. If you’re still hanging out for more E3 coverage, check out this supremely convenient hub page.