Kingdom Tears, Metroid… Don’t Miss Out

With the arrival of The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Octopath Traveler 2, and many other games, 2023 will be an extremely important year for Nintendo. Enough to get the first Nintendo Direct demo of the year to grind.

During the forty-plus minute show, Nintendo revealed its plans for the first half of 2023. It must be said that the Japanese company has finished its work in the next few weeks with two huge releases: Octopath Traveler 2 and the legendary The Legend of Zelda: Tears of Kingdoms. But beyond those two behemoths, the publisher intends to capitalize on the lifecycle of its released games, with plenty of DLC, games playable on Nintendo Online or its Extension Pass, and remasters of legendary titles waiting to be discovered.

You can watch a Nintendo Direct replay for the month of February 2023 from Nintendo’s official YouTube page. You can also choose to watch it here:

What games are available on Nintendo Direct?

We’ll start at the end of the day, since Nintendo has apparently reserved a clear announcement for the final part of the show.of course it is The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom All eyes are on a new story trailer, which gives us a more detailed look at the sequel’s storyline. breath of the wildWe found the graphics of this new adventure very impressive, and we found Link once again battling the ancestral evil that was trying to destroy Hyrule. Our adventurer will have to rescue Princess Zelda on a still rather mysterious journey that will take her to the skies, the new central destination of this new episode.Of course, the game is still planned for May 12, 2023.

In terms of news, the Nintendo Direct has been full of announcements. These are a whole bunch of small licenses that will be restored over the next few months. Especially worth mentioning is Professor Layton who unexpectedly returned to the world.After several failed comeback attempts, including the infamous Layton’s Adventures: Katrielle and the Millionaire’s Conspiracy Our Big Hat investigator is finally coming to Nintendo Switch.We’ll find him in his new adventures in Professor Layton and the New World of Steam, which was presented to us via a brief trailer.

Finally, a third big announcement concerns the upcoming Metroid Prime Remastered Edition at the Nintendo Store. The famous FPS from the Metroid license is back in the spotlight nearly 20 years after its release, with a fully revised version for the Nintendo Switch. Veteran and new players alike will enjoy its updated controls and full HD graphics. The good news is that the game is already available on the Nintendo Store. Among other announcements, we recall the arrival of a bunch of Gameboy Advance games in the Nintendo Online Pass Extension catalog. Something that brings back fond memories for the oldest gamers among us.

Additionally, we also had a chance to hear about some smaller games.Information from the Nintendo Direct also coversOctopath Traveler 2, available as a demo on the Nintendo Store. A great way to explore the first pages of an adventure story that has the potential to fall straight into the canon. Pikmin 4 also shows up, coming out July 21, 2023, as fashion dreamer Announcing the year 2023.

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