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Nintendo Direct 11.12.2015 recap CTdYQztWsAARr8S

After a long wait for a Nintendo Direct, we finally got one yesterday. Here's the straight-up info on what was shown on the direct.


-Hyrule Warriors Legends new characters, including female link
-Dragon Quest VII and VIII remakes coming to 3DS
-Fire Emblem Fates coming in two versions, releasing February 19th
-Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow coming to 3DS, with the addition of wireless trading and battle
-The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes getting free DLC in December
-Pokemon Pircross puzzle game coming in December, will be free-to-start

Wii U

-Final Fantasy VII's Cloud coming to Super Smash Bros for Wii U and 3DS
-Smash Bros Direct coming in December
-Star Fox Zero releasing in April 2016
-The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD confirmed for 2016 release, with Amiibo support with a wolf link Amiibo.
-Wii U bundle with Smash Bros and Splatoon coming to stores for Christmas shopping season
-Free Content for Splatoon available now
-More Amiibo coming in January
-Mother 3 releasing on VC in Japan only
-Super Mario Maker getting a web browser portal to find levels easier

So what did you think about the Direct? See anything you were interested in? Leave a comment below!
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November 13th 2015, 2:31 pmKeAfan7
I'm definitely getting Dragon Quest VII & VIII at some point, and probably Final Fantasy Explorers and Yokai Watch as well, but tbh Fire Emblem: Fates seems too pay to win for me since the true ending is tied to the DLC which is just terrible. As for the Wii U side of things the direct was an absolute disaster. Nintendo is basically confirming that they are abandoning the Wii U since the 3DS is getting far more support than the Wii U at this point. Neutral
November 13th 2015, 5:06 pmOtaku
Does the Wii U even exist as far as Nintendo is concerned? Sad
November 13th 2015, 8:03 pmTheGingerDoctor
Our Direct was pretty much the same, with a few additional pieces of info:

●Star Fox Zero is now dated for an April 2016 release, and Pokken Tournament is coming to Wii U with an exclusive Dark Mewtwo character and amiibo Card next year
●Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, Final Fantasy Legends and Bravely Second will release early next year on 3DS
●Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Bros., Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash, Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival, SteamWorld: Heist and the second wave of AC amiibo figures and Cards are to be released this December, just in time for Christmas

I'm sorry about the delay, @Ichigofan. I stayed up waaaaaaaay too late on Thursday night, and I still have yet to fully recover. Bored/What the...?
November 13th 2015, 9:14 pmKokorOtaku
I still loved the direct, maybe since I play 3DS more... im typing from one now, plus RPGs golore
November 14th 2015, 12:21 pmToughGamer
The direct was good, but only if you own a 3DS.
November 14th 2015, 1:45 pmTheGingerDoctor
passioNATE wrote:I still loved the direct, maybe since I play 3DS more... im typing from one now, plus RPGs golore
That was poetic, unlike my...Togetic...?
November 15th 2015, 5:21 pmSneaker
Pokemon Picross got a big pop from me. But free to start worries me. Love the announcement of the original Pokemon games with WiFi support and got chills when I saw the twilight princess horse ride transform into the new Zelda horse ride. Star Fox and the Paper Mario/Mario and Luigi RPG looked fantastic too.
November 17th 2015, 8:50 amRagnarok
As others have pointed out already the 3DS announcements were good, but the Wii U announcements were really sucky. Sad
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