Nintendo news (Nov. 6): Super Smash Bros. Ultimate / Luigi’s Mansion

Today’s Nintendo news: recording of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate presentation at the Nintendo Live 2018 event, but also…

  • Luigi’s Mansion
  • Nintendo 3DS
  • Nintendo Live 2018
  • Splatoon 2
  • Dragalia Lost

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Here’s the recording of the stage presentation for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (hosted by Masahiro Sakurai himself) at the Nintendo Live 2018 event last week-end in Tokyo:

Unfortunately, the presentation itself is only available in Japanese. Still, it allows us to get a good look at the game, so it’s definitely worth watching even if you don’t understand a word of Japanese!

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Switch) comes out on December 7th worldwide.

Luigi’s Mansion

Here’s another video clip for Luigi’s Mansion:

Luigi’s Mansion (3DS) comes out on November 8th in Japan.

Nintendo 3DS

Here’s a Christmas commercial for the Nintendo 3DS, from Nintendo of America:

Nintendo Live 2018

Here’s the recording of all the Yoiko (the comedy duo Shinya Arino of Game Center CX fame is part of) stage shows at the Nintendo Live 2018 event in Tokyo:

And here’s recording of more stage presentations, this time with another duo:

Here’s the livestream recordings for Day 2 of the Nintendo Live 2018 event in Tokyo, along with the official digest video for Day 1 and Day 2:

Splatoon 2

Here’s the latest Squid Research Seminar for Splatoon 2, from Nintendo UK:

Dragalia Lost

This week, Dragalia Lost will be featured in Famitsu magazine with a 14 page article including an interview of the developers. There’s also a new 4-koma manga debuting in the magazine: Yurugalia (roughly translated as “Relaxed Dragalia”).

Here’s the preview pages from the magazine:

And here’s another tutorial video for the game, showcasing the Quick Turn option (once again, only available in Japanese):

The latest issue of Famitsu magazine comes out on Thursday in Japan (effectively Wednesday morning/afternoon in North America and Europe respectively).

Source: Famitsu


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