Everything we learned from September’s Nintendo Direct

The Nintendo Direct that was held this month was overflowing with content. Nintendo unveiled some big surprises and gave us more info on already announced games. There was plenty to cover across both Switch and 3DS.

We’ve collated all the big stories here. You can click on any of them to get more information.

September Nintendo Direct

Super Mario Odyssey

All new information on Super Mario Odyssey was revealed during the Nintendo Direct. Nintendo revealed new story details, levels and modes.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 2

Nintendo spent a fair amount of time on Xenoblade Chronicles 2 revealing a release date and lots of story and gameplay information.

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Project Octopath Traveler

Project Octopath Traveler is a 2D-HD, turn-based RPG from Square Enix for Switch coming out in 2018.

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DOOM, Skyrim & Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

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