Blearly-eyed and hopeful, we finished up the last of the E3 2017 press conferences with Nintendo, and the publisher certainly delivered. The Switch-focused show brought new glimpses at already-announced games alongside a heavy helping of new titles. Here’s what you

Nintendo today detailed the contents of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild‘s two DLC packs alongside release dates. “The Master Trials” is the first pack, due 30 June on both Switch and Wii U. Its main drawcard is

Nintendo used its E3 press conference to show off more Fire Emblem: Warriors gameplay. Check it out below. Exciting! Fire Emblem: Warriors heads to 3DS and Switch this spring.

Nintendo used its E3 press conference to show off new Super Mario Odyssey gameplay alongside a confirmation of the game’s release date. First, the gameplay: Gotta love that jingle, eh? Super Mario Odyssey heads to the Nintendo Switch on 27 October.

Nintendo used its E3 press conference to confirm that Metroid Prime 4 is in development for Nintendo Switch. Take a look at the game’s announcement trailer below. Nice, right? A release date was not named for Metroid Prime 4. Expect it on Switch…

Like Kirby before it, a new Yoshi game is heading to Nintendo Switch next year. Take a look at gameplay below: What’d ya think? Yoshi heads to Switch in 2018.

Nintendo today detailed Xenoblade Chronicles 2 during its E3 press conference. Take a first look at the game below: What do you think? Xenoblade Chronicles 2 heads to Switch this summer.

A new Kirby game heads to Nintendo Switch in 2018. Take a look at the game — with its simple, working title — below. We’ll have more on the Kirby title as it’s made known. Kirby heads to Nintendo Switch next year.

Nintendo used its E3 press conference to confirm a Pokémon game is in the works on Nintendo Switch. It’s early days, unfortunately — apart from the confirmation of development by Game Freak, nothing else was shared. Still, it’s exciting news; Pokkén Tournament

Nintendo’s E3 press conference today confirmed Rocket League for the Nintendo Switch. Rumoured back in March, Psyonix’s car-soccer game is now a reality on Nintendo’s new handheld-home hybrid. We’ll have more on Rocket League as it’s showcased during the press conference. Rocket League was first teased

Nintendo is the final first-party publisher to host, fittingly, the final E3 2017 press conference of the year. Are you hoping to see a lot of Switch games, or a lot of 3DS ones instead? Maybe a 50/50 split of

Ubisoft’s E3 press conference has come and gone, and we’ve got all the news for you here. The third-party publisher managed to keep some new IP complete surprises, including the likes of Skull & Bones, Transference, Starlink: Battle for Atlas. More importantly, Beyond

Ubisoft today announced Starlink: Battle for Atlas during its E3 press conference. The game is both physical and digital, letting you create a modular spaceship in the real world and then use it in-game. Check it out below: The game wants to

Ubisoft opened its E3 2017 press conference with confirmation of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. Finally. “We always wondered what would happen if our crazy Rabbids were unleashed upon the world of Mario,” Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said before bringing Nintendo’s Shigeru

While Need for Speed: Payback can run on a Nintendo Switch, it’s not planned, Ghost Games today confirmed. “I don’t see why [not], but it’s not something we’re looking to at this very moment,” Executive Producer Marcus Nilsson told Gamespot when asked

Ubisoft is the next third-party publisher to host its E3 2017 press conference. Don’t you think it’s about time that the publisher confirm Assassin’s Creed: Origins and Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle? You can watch Ubisoft’s press conference live, below. Time and