Rocket League Coming To Nintendo Switch With Exclusive Content

Rocket League Coming To Nintendo Switch With Exclusive Content

Here are the biggest highlights of Nintendo E3 press conference.

Over the next year, gamers can expect to play brand new instalments in some of the company's biggest franchises, as well as the previously announced Super Mario Odyssey and Pokken Tournament DX. Simply titled Yoshi, it's slated for release sometime in 2018 and looks awfully cute. Out of these games, Rocket League was the biggest new announcement, as it has been very successful on every platform so far and is a flawless fit for the console. A new Metroid game is coming! In fact, other than the name and a logo we know nothing about the game itself. Nintendo has always been about the games, at the end of the day, and the Switch is no exception.

Finally, Nintendo is fleshing out the games line-up for the Switch - and it has whipped out some of its most popular characters to do it.

Warriors' Green will be on the court for this Finals Game 5
It was clear the Cavs came out to win and they assumed the winning form the GSW squad had in display from Game 1 to 3. Golden State is still in control of the NBA Finals up 3-1 with the series shifting to the Bay area.

LOS ANGELES-During a livestreamed presentation Tuesday morning, Nintendo announced a "core Pokemon RPG" title, as well as an in-development sequel to the Metroid Prime series, both for Nintendo Switch.

However, Nintendo Direct did not stop at the above trailer. Game after game after game as we saw exciting announcements left, right and center. It seems that throwing the hat has different effects, but the most interesting one is the ability to possess whatever living creature it attaches to. It resembles Yoshi's Wooly World with the side-scrolling platform elements and colorful, kindergarten design to the worlds - but with paper mache and cardboard instead of wool. Oh, and we got that release date we've all been waiting for: 27 October. It did, however, produce a 25-minute video to kick off the show that detailed upcoming games for its Switch hybrid console. The spotlight presentation gave us trailer after trailer that showed off everything about them without the need for buzz word-filled drivel. More vague was the second pack, due this year, which adds new story content. A teaser for the DLC showed "The Champions Ballad" will feature Mipha, Urbosa, Daruk, and Revali.