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Gamescom 2017

EA stopped by Nintendo’s Gamescom 2017 live stream event just a few minutes ago to demonstrate FIFA 18 on Switch. Watch the recording in its entirety below.

Nintendo is back once again with a live stream at Gamescom. The company’s day 3 activities will be kicking off in just under a half hour. You can watch everything as it happens below, including a Metroid: Samus Returns presentation with Yoshio Sakamoto and MercurySteam’s José Luis Márquez in about 90 minutes.

Missed any of the action from Nintendo’s Gamescom stream earlier today? If you’re interested in watching the full thing in its entirety, you can do so with the video below.

Nintendo shows off the Luncheon Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey for a second time during its Gamescom 2017 live stream just a short while ago. Have a look at the full recording below.

Nintendo will be kicking off its first true day of live streaming at Gamescom 2017 in about twenty minutes. We’ve included the relevant embed below.

During its Gamescom show yesterday, IGN had a new look at LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2. Watch 14 minutes of footage below.

Much like what Nintendo does with E3, a My Nintendo mission has been added for European users in celebration of Gamescom. You can nab 20 Platinum Points rather easily.

If you head on over here, you only need to find Cappy. Do that and the points will be yours.

REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Nintendo of Europe’s participation in the Gamescom event in Cologne, Germany is producing news with relevance to fans here in the Americas.

In Splatoon 2 news, Nintendo detailed new free content coming to the game soon: Manta Maria joins the lineup of Turf War* and Ranked Battle stages this weekend, while the new Lost Outpost stage joins the rotation of Salmon Run stages later today. Both stages will also become available in The Shoal for local multiplayer matches. Also announced was that the Bubble Blower special weapon will be available first in a set with the Forge Splattershot Pro starting Sept. 1.

Thanks to MyGamingBoulevard, we have a look at what Nintendo’s booth looks like at Gamescom 2017. Check it out in the video below.

Nintendo has announced its full lineup for this year’s Gamescom. The full listing of playable games across Switch and 3DS is posted below.

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