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How long will the E3 2019 Nintendo Direct go on for? If Niconico is anything to go by, we may have an estimate. The streaming site, which will host the presentation, claims it will be roughly 40 minutes long.

The Nintendo Direct for E3 2019 goes live at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET / 5 PM in the UK / 6 PM in Europe on June 11. In addition to covering upcoming games for Switch, the next DLC character for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be announced.

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The full presentation for today’s Pokemon Direct featuring Pokemon Sword/Shield has now been posted online. If you missed it, you can watch it below.

Today’s Pokemon Direct will be beginning in just an hour. Expect it to kick off at 6 AM PT / 9 AM ET / 2 PM in the UK / 3 PM in Europe. Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield will be receiving new information during the 15-minute presentation.

You can watch the Pokemon Direct as it happens below. Campbell will also be handling a live blog for us, placed after the stream. Other than that, new posts will be added to the site during and after the broadcast.

Nintendo has shared an announcement recapping all of today’s news from the Super Mario Maker 2 Direct. For the full press release, continue on below.

REDMOND, Wash., May 15, 2019 – During the Super Mario Maker 2 Direct video presentation, Nintendo shared new details about the Super Mario Maker 2 game, launching exclusively for the Nintendo Switch system on June 28. The deep dive into the game revealed some of what’s new in Super Mario Maker 2, including new course parts and tools; a new single-player story mode with more than 100 Nintendo-created courses; new course themes; details about online course sharing*; options to create and play together with others**; and information about a special offer for Nintendo Switch Online members. The presentation also covered the upcoming Super Mario Maker 2 Invitational 2019 tournament, streaming live online the weekend before E3 from Los Angeles. The Nintendo Direct was stuffed with more fun goodies than a ? block!

“Super Mario Maker 2 puts the power of creating unique Super Mario courses into the hands of the player,” said Nick Chavez, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Video game fans of all ages have more tools than ever to help them stretch their imaginations as they make, play and share the Super Mario courses of their dreams.”

To view the Nintendo Direct video in its entirety, visit https://www.nintendo.com/nintendo-direct. Some of the highlights revealed in the video include:

Nintendo has uploaded the full presentation for today’s Super Mario Maker 2 Direct. If you missed any part of the presentation, catch up on it below.

Today’s Super Mario Maker 2 Direct will be kicking off not too long from now. Nintendo will have the presentation ready to go in one hour – 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET / 11 PM in the UK / 12 PM in Europe.

You can watch today’s Nintendo Direct as it happens below. We’ll also have a live blog going covering all of the important points. Anything that’s particularly noteworthy will get its own dedicated post on the site, so expect coverage throughout the event as well as after it ends.

A dedicated Nintendo Direct for Super Mario Maker 2 will be held tomorrow, May 15, Nintendo has announced. The presentation will be roughly 15 minutes long.

You’ll be able to watch the Direct at the following times:

The Pokemon Company has passed along an official announcement recapping today’s Pokemon Direct and announcement of Pokemon Sword/Shield. Additionally, we have some screenshots and art from the game. Everything can be found below.

Missed any part of today’s Pokemon Direct? If so, you can catch up on the full presentation by viewing the video below.

Today’s Pokemon Direct will be held not too long from now. It’ll be short, lasting approximately seven minutes. We know that we’ll be getting Pokemon news – and it’s almost certainly about the series’ next generation for Switch at the very least.

You’ll be able to watch today’s Pokemon Direct below. It’ll start an hour from now at 6 AM PT / 9 AM ET / 2 PM in the UK / 3 PM in Europe. We’ll report on any big news as it happens during and after the broadcast ends.