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Trials of Mana was featured during Nintendo Treehouse: Live at E3 2019 with first gameplay. View the recording below, which also includes a look at Collection of Mana.

Square Enix held a new Japanese live stream for Dragon Quest XI S today in which it shared a ton of new information about the game. A bunch of details were provided regarding new elements and improvements, the Voice Drama DLC, and more.

Here’s the full roundup, courtesy of Gematsu:

Nintendo has a habit of re-releasing Zelda games. Whether it be simple ports or remakes, we’ve seen past entries return rather frequently.

In an interview with Game Informer, series producer Eiji Aonuma explained why Zelda games are re-released so often. He explained:

It’s the second day of E3 2019, and the fun continues with another lengthy live stream from Nintendo. There’s no presentation today, but Nintendo Treehouse: Live will be going for hours on end.

You can watch the stream as it happens below. We’ll be sharing any gameplay and any other information that pops up throughout the day.

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The latest Japanese hardware sales from Famitsu are as follows:

At E3 2019, Game Informer was able to catch up with Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma and discuss the recently-revealed Breath of the Wild sequel.

Why are we getting a direct sequel in the first place? As it turns out, he wanted to “revisit that Hyrule again”, but now with “new gameplay and new story”. He said:

At E3 2019, IGN spoke with new Nintendo president Doug Bowser about a variety of topics. Bowser weighed in on focusing on this generation as opposed to the next one, cloud-based gaming tech, choosing content for Nintendo Directs, and E3.

Here’s the full roundup:

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Zelda sequels are rather rare. That’s especially so when it comes to 3D Zeldas. We do know of one major sequel pattern which took place during the N64 era, when Nintendo first released Zelda: Ocarina of Time and followed that up by building upon it for Majora’s Mask.

Based on that, Majora’s Mask may come to mind when thinking about the next Zelda game for Switch. However, series producer Eiji Aonuma says there isn’t much influence there.

With the topic of crunch becoming very prominent in the gaming industry over the past few months, IGN asked Nintendo president Doug Bowser regarding his thoughts on the subject. Here’s what he had to say:

Nintendo has opened the official website for Cadence of Hyrule. In doing so, it has shared a bunch of new information about the game.

Here’s the full rundown: