A New Nintendo Direct Announced; Will Focus On ARMS and Splatoon 2

Posted April 13, 2017

The Nintendo Direct presentation will be focused mainly on ARMS and Splatoon 2, although there's a big chance that other Nintendo Switch games will get a look-in too.

Information on Splatoon 2 has been slowly trickling out, and a public "Testfire" demo period took place late last month. New amiibos for the game will launch on the same day.

These questions and more will likely be addressed Wednesday, with Nintendo confirming the next Nintendo Direct update coming April 12 at 6 p.m. ET through the magic of the Nintendo of America Twitter account.

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As always, you can tine in on YouTube or the Nintendo Direct website and we'll bring you news from the Direct.

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"Splatoon 2 and ARMs should get release dates". Now, we just need Nintendo to stop scheduling these things at bedtime and then we're golden. Nintendo is reportedly going to reveal the release dates for both of these games tonight at the Nintendo Direct Conference.

Let us know what you think of the scheme in the comments. It's becoming more and more common for companies to enlist the outside help of so-called "White Hat Hackers" to expose vulnerabilities in sites or software and reward them for successful ethical hacking ahead of more nefarious individuals. ARMS is a new title for Nintendo, but the first thoughts have been positive. "But obviously if you're a purist and you like button controls, [and] you'd rather use a more traditional controller, you can of course do that as well".

"Shift through bullets, and master lightning-fast takedowns in an all new kind of action game from tinyBuild and Team Shifty! Mr".

In addition to Mr. If Nintendo never ends up paying out that much they'll be happy as the Switch is clearly very secure, but they'd be equally happy to pay it if it stopped piracy from becoming a major issue. Lately I've been playing a whole lot of Voez, a rhythm game that shows off how good a gaming tablet the Switch can be.

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