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Saturday, September 3, 2016

Nintendo’s Video Game Releases - Autumn 2016

For those who care or are at least a little intrigued, Nintendo held another one of their online “Nintendo Direct” presentations on September 1, 2016 focusing on upcoming software for the Nintendo 3DS handheld system.

The entire presentation can be seen below:

The online event notes that Pokémon Sun and Moon will be released on November 18, 2016, with some information revealed about regional variants on classic Pokémon creatures, like Rattata. It also mentioned purchasable bonuses, like a special Munchlax.

If you choose to play this game, odds are better that you won’t get killed, relative to Pokemon Go.

For fans of the Wii U video game Super Mario Maker, released in 2015, take note that it will be released on the Nintendo 3DS later this year.

The game allows the player to create their own Super Mario courses and play through them, as well as the ability to upload them online for other people to play.

Also for the 3DS, Mario Party Star Rush was mentioned, with a November 4, 2016 delivery.

For fans of the classic The Legend of Zelda—it’s celebrating 30 years, and man do I feel old—Nintendo is re-releasing the original game on the 3DS, I believe (which probably has waaaaaaay more power than the original NES game system) later this year.

Oh, and for the Wii U Virtual console system, September 1 saw the release of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.

There was also a preview of Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice, arriving September 8, where one can ensure that your paralegal has prepared your briefs properly as you struggle with alcoholism, the impending birth of your second child with your mistress, a trip shopping for new underwear with your girlfriend and, attending the Father of the Year award across the country… I have no idea what the game is really about. I think my version would be cool, though…. a real Sim City Lawyer game;

Other games previewed include: Dragon Quest VII, arriving September 16; Yo-Kai Watch 2, arriving September 30; and Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice, arriving September 27.

That’s all for now.

Go play Tetris or something. I’m playing Way Of The Samurai 3 on my PS3 game system, because it’s a way better and less expensive to operate game system than the PS4 - which has nothing to do with this blog on Nintendo video games.

Andrew Joseph

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