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At the Nintendo Switch Experience 2017 in Japan, a bit of footage was shown of Super Mario Odyssey. It doesn’t show a ton, but it’s a new in-game look of Mario’s moves. We have the recording below.

Today at a Nintendo event in Tokyo, Patrick Söderlund announced that EA SPORTS FIFA will be coming to the Nintendo Switch. To take you behind-the-scenes into the event we have included a full transcript from today’s announcement:

It’s a huge honor and privilege to be here today representing the passionate and talented team at Electronic Arts. For me, to be on this stage is like a dream come true. For as long as I’ve played games, I’ve been a massive fan of the Nintendo platforms and amazing culture of creativity…so much so that when my first son was born, my wife and I gave him the middle name Luigi!

So today, we’re extremely excited to announce that the world’s most popular sports game will be coming to Nintendo Switch later this year.

EA SPORTS FIFA on Nintendo Switch will be the most immersive, social, and authentic sports game ever created for Nintendo players.

It will deliver the FIFA experience custom built for Nintendo Switch…so you can play anywhere, play with anyone, and play how you want to play.

If you’re at the park, at your friend’s house, or on vacation, you can always stay connected to the biggest matches. You’ll be able to get on the pitch with your favorite players and teams from the world’s best leagues in iconic stadiums from around the world…all with the unmatched authenticity and depth that FIFA is known for.

We’ll have much more to say and show in the coming months as we bring the world’s game to Nintendo Switch in 2017.



Shin’en continues its prowess in the racing genre with FAST RMX on Switch. Check out some off-screen footage of the new title below.

IGN put together a video comparing the visuals of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Wii U and Switch. Wii U’s footage was taken at last year’s E3 while gameplay of the Switch edition came through today. Watch the comparison below.

Wired caught up with Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime following the Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017. He weighed in on a number of topics about the system, such as its online service and concerns about supply. Reggie also teased that there could be news for those who already purchased classic titles – think Virtual Console – on the likes of Wii U and Wii. Aside from that, “3DS has a long life in front of it,” Reggie said.

Read excerpts from Wired’s interview below. Catch up on the full piece here.

Square Enix released a trailer for Dragon Quest Heroes I-II, announced for Switch during last night’s presentation. Watch it below.

According to Damon Baker from Nintendo of America, who handles licensing at the company, there are “many more reveals to come” regarding Switch games. He passed along that tease on Twitter earlier today, while also adding that we can look forward to “more updates in the coming weeks.”

The tweet reads:


The first day of Nintendo Switch Experience 2017 is now beginning in Japan, and there are plans to host a live stream straight from the show floor. Today’s broadcast begins at 5:30 PM PT / 8:30 PM ET / 1:30 AM in the UK / 2:30 AM in Europe.

There will be plenty of stage shows about specific Switch games, booth reports, and a couple of concerts. Watch it all as it happens below.


Amazon has now put up its product page for The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+. Thanks to that, we have a look at the game’s boxart. You can pre-order the game here.

Switch comes packed in with 32 GB of storage. For most users, that won’t be enough. You will, however, be able to use microSD cards. And during today’s Treehouse Live stream, Nintendo confirmed that Switch supports microSDXC cards that hold up to 256 GB of data.