Nintendo reveals the release dates of this year’s most important titles

Nintendo has opened a stand full of already released and upcoming Wii U and Nintendo 3DS games at Gamescom – the largest video game fair held once a year in the German city of Cologne. There are still a few days of fun ahead of their participants, but Nintendo revealed many game premieres and new special editions of the most important titles planned for 2015 at the very beginning.

The most important game on the Nintendo booth (which can be found in Hall 9.1 A10 / B10) is Super Mario Maker on the Wii U, which you can try out in preparation for the 30th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. All willing guests can play on the default boards or create their own, and test their abilities every day against others in Mario Kart 8 and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Moreover, the first 111 Mario fans dressed as him to come to the booth with an amiibo Mario figurine on Thursday, June 6 at 12:00 local time, will receive a bag of exclusive gadgets related to this popular hero.

Zelda fans will surely be pleased that The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes for Nintendo 3DS consoles will be released on October 23. Gamescom guests will be able to form teams of three and work together to solve series-specific logic puzzles and fight against a strong opponent – the boss. As the three players share their lives with each other, teamwork will be essential as you progress through the many dungeons to complete …

Xenoblade Chronicles X on Wii U can be played for the first time in Europe at Gamescom. As if that wasn’t enough, Nintendo is unveiling two new limited-edition bundles that will be available for purchase on the game’s launch in December:
• Xenoblade Chronicles X Wii U Premium Pack: the kit includes a black premium Wii U console, a physical copy of the game, an Artbook (a book with drawings related to Xenoblade Chronicles X) and a poster with a map of the game world
• Xenoblade Chronicles X Limited Edition Pack: Includes a physical copy of the game, a SteelBook ™ metal case, a game world map poster, a Cover Art Poster and an Artbook

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Can’t participate in gamescom? For those who stayed home on Saturday, August 8 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., they will be able to turn on a special live stream on Twitch.tv/twitch to see what awaits them in the new game. Moreover, the classic game for the Wii Xenoblade Chronicles has already been made available on the Nintendo eShop of the Wii U console! Everyone who buys this game on the same Wii U * console will be able to take advantage of a PLN 40 discount on the purchase of Xenoblade Chronicles X within two weeks of its December launch.

Gamescom visitors can also take their GamePad into their hands like a rudder in the ___pit and try out Star Fox Zero on the Wii U, while Internet users will be able to fire up the IGN Live website on Saturday August 8 at around 6:45 pm to see Area 3 and take a look at the levels. played on the planet Titania. This new action-packed title will be released in Q4 2015.

Limited edition fans can expect something interesting to appear on October 30 – Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water on Wii U. On this day, the Nintendo eShop will be offering a bloodcurdling trial version of the game (Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water – trial version), which will allow you to go through the prologue and the first two chapters of the game for free, after which all other chapters can be purchased. In traditional stores, only a special limited set of Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water – Limited Edition will be available, which will include the game in a separate packaging, a double-sided poster, an art book (a book with pictures from the game), four Spirit Photographs and SteelBook ™ metal case.

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Another novelty is today’s premiere of the trailer for Devil’s Third, which is now available on YouTube. Action games guru Tomonobu Itagaki uniquely combines shooting and hand-to-hand combat in the title, which on August 28 will allow players to face an unusual single-player campaign and take part in intense online multiplayer battles for up to 16 people.

Among the wide variety of new products from Nintendo will also be the Animal Crossing amiibo cards Collectors Album (Animal Crossing amiibo cards Collectors Album), which will fit the entire collection from the Series 1. For a good start, it comes with 3 cards. The album will hit stores on October 2 with the premiere of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer for consoles from the Nintendo 3DS family. What’s more, Animal Crossing fans at gamescom will already receive a code to free download Photos with Animal Crossing, an online-only game, and an AR Card (AR Card) that works only with this title. The game will allow them to take pictures of their favorite Animal Crossing characters in the real world.
Pokémon Omega Ruby or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire owners who stop by the Nintendo booth will be able to receive a card with codes that, when entered into the game, will give them access to two of the four amazing Pokémon. These special creatures – Aromatisse, Bouffalant, Malamar and Sableye – were chosen and perfectly prepared for battles by Shigeki Morimoto from GAME FREAK! Which pair will you get? For more information (in German) visit www.pokemon.de/gamescom.

Don’t forget the so-called “Nindies” – talented Indian game developers whose Wii U and Nintendo 3DS titles occupy a large part of the Nintendo booth at gamescom 2015. The new Nindies @ gamescom trailer shows all the Indian games available at the booth ** – including . FAST Racing Neo by Shin’en Multimedia with new tracks or Plague of Shadows: the upcoming free DLC for Shovel Knight – and more!

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To try out Nintendo’s debuting games later this year and have fun with shows, tournaments and special guests’ visits, visit the Nintendo booth at gamescom 2015 in Cologne! The live broadcast (in German) will be available from Thursday (August 6) to Saturday (August 8) at twitch.tv/nintendodeutschland.

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