E3 2019: Nintendo

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Nintendo’s Direct for E3 2019 has come and gone. Yes, they’re still showing off games at the Treehouse, but all has been revealed and we’re, of course, happy about what Nintendo had to offer. For starters, they’ve announced the next two DLC fighters for Smash Ultimate, which isn’t what I was expecting at all. I mean, I was hoping for one, but two was certainly a surprise.

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Seeing two DLC fighters was a surprise, but I think they did it right. Showing off the Hero character from Dragon’s Quest first was smart, considering the game itself was already seen at Square Enix’s E3 show. I don’t believe the Hero was a popular guess for a DLC fighter, so it was a surprise all around. Of course, showing off Banjo-Kazooie at the very end made everyone go wild!

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For sure. If they announced Banjo-Kazooie first, they wouldn’t have been able to top that for the entire show… except maybe the ending, but we’ll get to that in a minute. I think having The Hero will be interesting, but I can’t imagine him being too much different than the sword fighters we already have, even though they showed off some cool moves from him. Banjo-Kazooie, I imagine, will mimic Duck Hunt in some ways, but there are only the two characters like that so it should be fine. Also, I really enjoyed how they announced Banjo-Kazooie with DK, Diddy, and K. Rool all hanging out together.

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Seeing K. Rool hanging out with Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong was probably one of my favorite parts of that reveal, haha! Not only was the throwback to K. Rool’s announcement great, but just to see the supposed enemies napping together was amusing. I do have the same thoughts about the Hero, too, about him being yet another swordsman. It was one of the first things I said upon seeing him. Granted, neither of us have played the Dragon Quest series, so there may be some other surprises in store regarding his move set.

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Totally. After announcing The Hero for Smash Ultimate coming this summer, they announced Dragon Quest for September and showed off a nice chunk of Luigi’s Mansion 3 showing off some new mechanics. Whether I’ll like those changes or not will be decided when I get to try them out, but what I love most about it is the setting. The first two games are set in a mansion and are fast games because the mansions are large, but the game is quick enough. Luigi is in a hotel this time and it looks much larger than the two mansions so I’m hoping the game will have longer gameplay. Not to mention, he’s rescuing not just Mario but also Peach and two Toads.

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The game looks great, even coming from someone who only played the first game as a challenge issued by her sister. Luigi’s Mansion 3 seems to have some co-op play mechanics as well, so I wouldn’t mind giving it a try together. We also got more of a look at Fire Emblem: Three Houses, which seems like it’ll have a time-jump between the school part of the game and a larger war that the three main characters — and the teacher avatar — will be engulfed in. I’m definitely intrigued by that!

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Yes, Fire Emblem: Three looks like it’ll be great. We didn’t get a set release date for Luigi’s Mansion 3, though they did say 2019, but Fire Emblem: Three House will be out this July, which is exciting. In fact, Nintendo has just about all of their games coming out within the next few months. Cadence of Hyrule and Super Mario Maker 2 come out this month, a couple of games are coming out in July and August, and they have a ton of games coming out in September with another couple for November. Which leads me to believe that Luigi’s Mansion 3 will be set for another Halloween release because they clearly need something for October.

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October or maybe even a holiday release to go with Pokemon Sword and Shield. Either way, it was thrilling to see so many actual release dates, especially when I feel that many of the other developers didn’t have as many solid dates for the games they showed off. Of course, we screamed in excitement at the very end of the direct, at Nintendo’s “one more surprise.” Seeing a confirmed sequel to the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was insane! Upon seeing the first few seconds of the clip, we at first thought maybe it would be more DLC, which would have been great as well, but an entire sequel just blew our minds. I’m not expecting it for another three years or so, but seeing that it’s happening is wonderful.

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Pokemon will be coming November 15, so who really knows. I’m sure they’re trying to spread out their big releases a bit. Especially since they showed off a bit of Animal Crossing and shared the title, New Horizons, with us. I love that name and it’s so fitting for an Animal Crossing game! However, that’s been delayed until March 2020, which is fine with me because I want them to make it the best it can be and honestly, there are plenty of games to keep me busy in the meantime. Unfortunately, the Breath of the Wild sequel will not be part of that, but I’m super excited to have that to look forward to in the coming years!

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Despite Nintendo giving us a direct rather than a show like many of the other developers, I think I was most impressed with Nintendo this year. Granted, we’re big Nintendo fangirls anyway, so we may be a bit biased. Yet, plenty of their games we’re interested in playing and their game news flowed really well as the direct went along. And, while we missed seeing Reggie in the direct, Doug Bowser’s entrance was definitely pleasing to us. We think he’ll do just fine!

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Our Thoughts On Super Mario Maker 2

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Super Mario Maker 2 is coming out at the end of next month! We enjoyed the original Super Mario Maker on the Wii U and the direct from last week showed off some great new features for the sequel.

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We didn’t play too much of the first Super Mario Maker game. I think I enjoyed it more than Kris did, but when we watched the Direct of this upcoming sequel, we both were impressed and are excited to play the game.

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While the idea of a story mode sounds a little silly with a game that’s so focused on creativity, I think I’m rather excited for it. I think it’s only single-player, but the idea of having being taught the different tools and aspects of the game through a “story” is great. With all the other new features, I feel that the story mode will help people feel less overwhelmed at all the options in the main mode.

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The story mode definitely seems odd, but I love the idea of it. I’m eager to play a Mario game from Nintendo that’s harder than the typical Mario platformer – even though it’s the same tools and elements. They’ve also added a lot more new tools as well, which I’m excited about. Although, that just means the levels people create are going to be that much crazier! But that makes it more fun.

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Some of the new tools are the snake blocks, auto-scroll settings, on/off switches, and even Cat Mario to go along with the other Super Mario 3D World inspired content. Not only that, the direct showed Super Mario 3D World in a section of the level aesthetics that had plenty of room for other games… I wonder if they’re going to add any other games that your levels can be based upon as DLC or something?

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I would love to see Paper Mario levels. That would be awesome. I’m most excited for the co-op part of the game though. I can’t wait for the two of us to create levels together and even go through some of the levels together as well. It will most likely be way harder, but it would be so much fun.

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It will be fantastic for us to play together like that, especially with all the latest platform Mario games being up to four-player co-op. I think the multiplayer in Super Mario Maker 2 makes perfect sense. We’re going to be ridiculous trying to create levels together, probably even playing through them, but it’ll be fun! Not only that, it sounds like the online play will be great as well! I’m certainly looking forward to online multiplayer.

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Online multiplayer is definitely another plus. I’m happy the game is coming out at the end of June. I’m eager to get my hands on a copy!

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Friday Favorites: Fire Emblem Three Houses Wish List

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The Nintendo Direct was just a couple of days ago and it showed off a bit of the newest Fire Emblem games that’s going to come out, Three Houses. As mentioned in Rachel’s and my joint reactions post, I’m still optimistic for the game if a little confused as to how the game was portrayed. Here is my wish list for the upcoming game.

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Voice Acting like Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia is not my favorite Fire Emblem game. Compared to the others that I’ve played, it’s probably at the bottom of my list. Nevertheless, I did enjoy the graphics and music, and thought that the voice acting was phenomenal. If Three Houses has voice acting at all, I hope it does it half as well as Echoes did.

Some MC Customization

This is me being a little annoyed. I don’t need extensive customization for our MC. Rather, I would like to be able to play as the female MC with the male MC’s armor, or give her more professional and sensible clothes. Seriously, our character is supposed to be a professor (and, I presume, fighting in battles) — why is the female’s belly button showing? It’s like Astral Chain, where the male cop has protective pants and the female has… shorts and thigh highs. Wtf.

No Kids

I didn’t mind the matchmaking in Awakening and Fates. In fact, I enjoyed seeing how different characters paired up and interacted in different playthroughs, and support conversations are one of my favorite aspects of Fire Emblem games. The kid mechanic in Awakening made sense with the storyline, but Fates definitely didn’t need the kid characters. They felt forced in a trio of games that already had an influx of characters.

No Gender Restricted Pairings

If there is a marriage mechanic, I think it’s time to lose the gender restrictions. In previous Fire Emblem games, there have only been one gay option for either gender, and more representation is deserved. On a related note, if there is some sort of marriage mechanic, I sincerely hope there are no teacher and student relationships, for obvious reasons.

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Nintendo Direct: February 2019

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When it was announced that there would be a Nintendo Direct today, with a focus on Fire Emblem Three Houses, I was excited! Considering the Direct overall, I thought it was well done! We got excited at seeing the opening sequence showing off Super Mario Maker 2, which I’m sure will do fantastic on the Switch with its portability, touch screen, and the online mode.

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When it comes to any Nintendo Direct, sometimes I’m sure impressed and other times not so much. That’s mostly because of my taste in games though. One thing that I will say though is that, no matter what, the Directs always start off strong and end strong. The moment Mario died to the Spiny, I immediately knew we were finally getting Super Mario Maker 2. I was super excited! I enjoyed Super Mario Maker on the Wii U and I’m sure the sequel will be even more popular with the new items and just being on the Switch.

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We then rolled into an announcement for the new update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, mostly for Joker and reminding us that we should probably get the Fighter’s Pass for the DLC characters… Still haven’t done that yet, whoops. I was also interested in seeing Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order. I’ve never played a Marvel Ultimate Alliance game before, but this one looks pretty good and there’s both local and online multiplayer modes.

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Yeah, totally forgot about the Fighter’s Pass. Definitely something to add to the to do list. Anyway, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order definitely looks nice! I’m willing to give that one a try. Another headline was announcing BOXBOY! + BOXGIRL! which is a game Kris and I have never played. However, now that we can play co-op, I’ll consider giving it a try. I was personally excited for Treasure Tracker. I never got the same for the Switch because I have it on the Wii U. Since more courses will be added as well as co-op, I’m thinking of getting it for the Switch now. Though, I’ll admit, I really just want a sequel.

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I found it interesting that Assassin’s Creed III will be coming to the Switch. It’s a franchise I was always interested in playing, and we even had a few titles for our Xbox 360 but didn’t get a chance to play them before we got the red ring of death for the console. I may be picking this up to finally play the franchise. It was also fun to see that Deltarune will be making its way to Switch as well as a promise for more chapters for the game! Considering that I’ve enjoyed both Undertale and Deltarune, this was great to see!

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Another game I’m fairly excited for is Tetris 99. I’m getting tired of battle royales, but this is putting a fun twist on it. I love a good game of Tetris so this is one I’ll definitely be picking up. We’re getting so many brand new titles as well as games we all know and love… I absolutely can’t believe they’re bringing Link’s Awakening to the Switch in a remastered version. Link and his surroundings look like toys, but it looks great. I’m looking forward to that one!

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Oh my goodness, it was so exciting to see a Legend of Zelda title! Link’s Awakening is, admittedly, a Zelda title that I have never gotten a chance to finish, so it’s awesome to see it remastered on the Switch! Seeing the first few seconds of the remastered opening was great! Of course, I was personally looking forward to seeing the Fire Emblem information, and I wasn’t disappointed. I was a little confused, admittedly, because seeing that your character is a professor in a school with three houses kind of reminded me of Hogwarts, but I’m optimistic. The characters and art look great, and I’m looking forward to hearing just a little more about the story.

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Fire Emblem looks great, I agree. I was confused as well, but I also don’t know the game as well as you do. Overall, the Drirect was great. There was no more information on Luigi’s Mansion 3 or Animal Crossing, but at least I know they’re coming. We were surprised with the release dates as well – it’s going to be a busy summer for gamers!

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A Handheld Only Nintendo Switch [Rumor]

Rachel Mii | DoubleJump.comHappy Thursday!

Nintendo has always been known for being predictable – and yet – totally unpredictable. They’re always trying to surprise us, always taking risks, and doing something out of the ordinary. One thing is normal though and that’s Nintendo Directs.

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Nintendo usually puts on a Direct in January and a lot of people (just check Twitter) are expecting one. There’s even a rumor going around that it’ll be on the 10th, which is a week from today. I obviously don’t know if this will actually happen or not – hence “rumor” – but people have been making predictions of what Nintendo may show.

I have to be honest – I don’t have any true predictions other than hopefully they’ll show more of Luigi’s Mansion 3, Animal Crossing for the Switch, and Pokemon for the Switch. They may announce a new DLC character for Smash Ultimate too. Maybe they’ll announce a release date for Piranha Plant for Smash. Who knows?

Okay, I guess I did have a couple of predictions.

That’s not the point of this post. Some other people have been making predictions of what Nintendo might plan to do for 2019 – not necessarily what they may announce in this supposed Direct in a week.

Wow, that was an interesting sentence.

Anyway, some Analysts got together to predict Nintendo’s plans for 2019. One guy, Michael Pachter, said:

“Nintendo will launch a fully handheld version of the Switch at $199.”

Would that be a good idea? I’ve gone back and forth about buying my own Switch so Kris and I can trade Pokemon in the Let’s Go games and play other games together. But all our games are on the Switch we have so I’d have to start from scratch. Not to mention I already have my own account on the Switch and I don’t know how I feel about making yet another Nintendo account.

I do, however, use the Switch in handheld mode a lot. I loved the 3DS and I think I prefer handhelds over home consoles, even though I enjoy seeing my games on the big screen.

Honestly, I could use the Switch we have now as a handheld only and just use the dock as a charging station. However, the battery life in handheld mode isn’t great.

Getting a Switch without the dock for $100 less wouldn’t be a bad deal. I assume a charger would come with it. The only thing is, again, they would have make it so the battery life of the Switch lasts longer. Whether that’s possible or not, I don’t know.

Also, would they change the Switch in any way to make sure it didn’t fit in a dock so people didn’t cheat out on buying the $300 Switch? I assume they would keep the game cartridges the same… but who knows with Nintendo. They can be fickle sometimes.

I know they once said their aim was to have a Switch per person in every household. For my house and each one of us having our own Switch, that would cost us $1,200 – not including multiple $60 games or $80 extra Joy-Con and other accessories.

Granted, this is just a prediction, but I wouldn’t put it past Nintendo to do this. It’d be cheaper (though not by much). There would certainly be pros and cons to buying the handheld version over the docked version and vice versa.

The Switch is still doing extremely well, but it’ll be two-years-old two months from today. I expect they’re thinking of a new console or handheld or something to add to the Switch.

I guess we’ll just have to wait and see what happens.

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WTF Friday: Nintendo November 2018 Direct

Double Jump Kris MiiHappy Friday everyone!

Is this a new post category? I dunno. Definitely have a lot of thoughts on the latest Nintendo Direct, many of which I’m not sure how to feel either way. Hence the general, “Wtf” feeling.

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So, there was a Nintendo Direct yesterday focused on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the last one before the game is finally released. I had to wait until I got home after work to see the direct, but Rachel did tell me the gist of it during my lunch break.

Honestly, while I wish I could watch the directs live with my sister instead of being at my day job, I am always highly entertained at Rachel’s animated reenactments (voices and acting included).

Rachel posted her thoughts on it right after the direct was over, but I have a few of my own. I didn’t think the direct was too bad… not the best, but it wasn’t too bad.

I believe the direct had many new, unexpected aspects to the game, aspects that made me raise an eyebrow and go, “Wtf?” Don’t get me wrong, I’m still optimistic about Ultimate, but I’m definitely interested in seeing how these new features will pan out.

Some new fighters were revealed — Ken, Incineroar, and… Piranha Plant (free for a limited time!).

Okay. They’re not bad. If we needed another brawler, I would have rather had Chun-Li from Street Fighter rather than Ken as another female fighter, but I won’t complain. Incineroar isn’t too bad, and I know Rachel is excited to see that Pokemon as a fighter. Piranha Plant was completely random but I think it’s a cute character… for a limited time.

Speaking of the characters, definitely not sure how I feel about the DLC. In today’s day and age of video games, DLC is normal, despite how much I am not a fan of it. I’d rather pay for the whole game at once rather than shelling out an extra thirty bucks or so for more content. On the other hand, Geno may be a DLC character, so of course we’re going to buy the fighters pass.

I totally went “Wtf?” at the adventure mode with the big bad force just Thanos-snapping all the fighters out of existence EXCEPT FOR KIRBY. I laughed at seeing the pink puffball avoid getting disintegrated (along with Rachel telling me, “Yeah, the whole chat was going, ‘RUN KIRBY RUN!’ and then cheering when he was shown to be alive.”). Kirby is to Smash Bros. Ultimate as Tony Stark is to Avengers 4, apparently.

Definitely went, “Wtf?” at seeing the evil clones (?) of the characters that we have to go save and hearing the theme song (it has lyrics!).

All in all, though, World of Light doesn’t look bad at all. It seems like a fun adventure mode, and I’m actually really excited to see all the different kind of video game characters that make cameos as spirits in the game! There were plenty of times that I was cooing over seeing characters that I completely forgot existed in the videos. I definitely found it amusing to see all the Pokemon — do you think they have every Pokemon in existence as spirits?

The online mode seems to have gotten a nice revamp from previous installments as well, and I like the measures Nintendo has taken to ensure that matches remain fair, both in rules and player strength. It’ll be great to actually test it out with some friends!

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Nintendo Direct – November 1, 2018

Rachel Mii | DoubleJump.comHappy Thursday & first day of November!

We’re kicking off the month in a fine way with a brand new Nintendo Direct and more information on Super Smash Brothers Ultimate.

After a night of trick or treating, we’re in for a real treat! (Sorry, but not really.)

Super Smash Brothers Ultimate is coming out for the Nintendo Switch on December 7th, 2018. There’s so much hype about it and we’re all super excited. I want the months to take their time, but I can’t wait for the game to come out.

Honestly, when Nintendo had a Smash direct not too long ago, I thought that would be it until the game game out. Sure, we’d have a few leaks here and there, but they showed so much of the game and its features that I honestly didn’t think Nintendo would have anything new to add.

Well, I was wrong. They added a lot. But honestly, I feel kind of indifferent about the whole thing. I was really hyped in the past Directs and now? I just feel like, “Okay. That’s a thing.”

Don’t get me wrong – I’m still really looking forward to the game and I know it’ll be a ton of fun. Nintendo just, as usual, threw in some curve balls.

Needless to say, but – if you have not watched the Direct, this post will contain spoilers. Read on at your own risk.

Three new fighters were added giving us a total of 75. Two of those fighters opened up the Direct – Ken from Street Fighter and Incineroar from Pokemon Sun & Moon. Ken looks great, but I have to admit I didn’t know how much I needed Incineroar as a playable character until now.

First two minutes of the Direct and I was super excited. Then my excitement waned for the rest of the show.

The roster will start small like the original Nintendo 64 game, which I like. It will allow me to play as different characters, ones I wouldn’t normally start with. Plus, it’ll be a fun journey to unlock everyone else.

Each character is getting their own Amiibo as well, so I’m looking forward to adding to my collection.

However, instead of collecting trophies in the game (let’s be real – the Amiibo are the trophies to collect except it’s real money), there’s something else to collect from pretty much every single game known to man.

This is the mode that was blurred out in the previous Smash Direct that Nintendo said they weren’t revealing yet. It’s called Spirits. There are Spirit characters which you can collect by fighting certain characters. They can latch onto your fighters and give them special power-ups.

That’s the basic gist of it. There’s a whole lot more to it, but I won’t go into it just now. To be honest, the whole thing was kind of confusing to me. I’m looking forward to trying it out. I do think it’s a cool idea and I love having the ability to find more characters. I mean, Polterpup was one of the spirits. Characters you forgot existed are spirits. You can’t go wrong with that. Each has their own class based on their powers – novice, advanced, ace, and legend. They also have certain strengths that have an advantage over others strengths.

(I love how I said I wouldn’t go into too much detail and then I did.)

Nintendo paid a lot of attention to the online mode. You can battle wireless locally or online. There are a ton of online modes such as elite battles, smash tags, a short messaging system, spectator mode, co-op online, battle arena, and more. The online battles are matched depending on your rank, location, and preferred rules so matches are fair and even.

This is, of course, a way to get people to buy their new online service as well as the app. They’ll be coming out with a special Smash Ultimate app in 2019 called Smash World. There will be more details on that at a later time.

Next, they announced more assist trophies. Isaac from Golden Sun, Black Knight from Fire Emblem, Thwomp from Super Mario Bros, Spring Man from ARMS, Wily Capsule from Mega Man, Flies and Hand from Mario Paint, Tiki from Fire Emblem, Vince from Art Academy, Guile from Street Fighter, and Akira from Virtua Fighter. This gives us a total of 59 assist trophies.

Nintendo then went onto to explain others modes and features such as the help section and options. Century Smash and All-Star mode are back, which is exciting. Those are good ones. You can also replay your battle data and create videos out of them. There will also be challenges to gain rewards as well as a record of your stats.

As mentioned before, you can gain gamer tags by online battles. You can then trade those tags for gold because there is now a shop mode in Smash where you can use your gold to buy music tracks and the like. Yeah. So that’s a thing.

Next, they added new outfits for the Mii fighters. I never play as the Mii fighters and don’t really care too much for them. However, I did enjoy the new costumes. There’s Yiga Clan, Splatoon 2, Ribbon Girl, Chibi Robo, Ray MKlll, and Toy-Con.

Here’s where the Direct got really interesting… they announced DLC. There will be five packs of DLC, each one containing a brand new character never in Smash before (obviously because they’re all already there), a brand new stage, and a brand new music track. Each pack will be about $5.99, which means you’re paying $2 for each giving you a grand total of $30. Or you could buy all five packs for $25 and save $5. They’re not announcing what’s inside the packs though. You just have to take a chance at the mysterious characters.

I have to admit, I’m disappointed by this. $25-$30 for five extra characters, five extra stages, and five music tracks doesn’t seem that bad. But the game is already $60 which means we’ll be paying about $90 for this game alone.

Am I still going to buy it? Probably. But that’s how Nintendo sucks you in. I’ll buy it because I know it’ll be good, but I really wish this could just be a gift from Nintendo.

They are giving us some sort of gift, however, but only if you pre-order the game. This is where the third character comes in. Piranha Plant is joining the fight. Random, right? I think it’s cool and I’m looking forward to playing as him. Although, he won’t be fully developed for another few months until after the game is released, which I find kind of odd.

Finally, Nintendo ended the Direct with a bang. They announced a new adventure mode. They asked, “where did the spirit characters come from?” They showed the intro to the adventure mode (Nintendo has certainly been going on a killing spree with their characters lately…) and it looks great. I’m certainly looking forward to that and checking out what caused the adventure mode. There were Master Hands everywhere and it was completely creepy and awesome. The adventure mode is called World of Light. So, we’ll see how that is.

That was the basics of the Direct. It wasn’t as hyped as I thought it would be and I wasn’t as excited for the new announcements as I had hoped. Still, I’m looking forward to getting the game and trying it all out. I’m sure it’ll be great and a lot of fun regardless.

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