What do you think of the September 2022 Nintendo Direct? – Main speaking topic
Well, that’s a monster of Nintendo Direct, right? While it’s probably not the massive Zelda boom we’ve all been expecting, Nintendo has no shortage of first-party exclusivity and revelations, amid several major Indies and cross-platform releases.
Let’s start with the big deal, then – Breath of the Wild 2 lifts its count to a brand new name: The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. That art box? *chef’s kiss* We have a couple of snippets of the game from next year’s release, along with an actual release date – May 12, 2023. it looks like incredibleAnd it will be well worth the wait.
Elsewhere, Fire Emblem is getting a brand new mainline entry as of January 2023 with Fire Emblem Engagewhich actually leaked earlier this year And Pikmin 4 To be alive. Yes really. It’s coming out next year, and we can’t wait to see more of it.
Regarding other games, RPG lovers just keep winning. Some Nintendo favorites – Rune Factory 3 and Tales of Symphonia – will be reworked for Switch next year and HD-2D fans will start with Octopath Traveler 2. Square Enix itself could have had a huge hit with the number of titles it has shown, from Harvestella, Mission ahead, Crisis Coreand Theatrhythm’s Last Bar Line.
Phew, we didn’t even scratch the surface of this giant Live. It Takes Two and Ib coming to consoles and October headlines Bayonetta 3 and Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope There’s a new intro. It too much!
But you don’t want to hear from us – let us know if you love this Live or hate it, by voting in our poll below. Oh, and don’t forget to leave us a comment and share your excitement (or whatever emotion you’re… feeling).
Now, don’t mind us, but we’ll have a good nap!