The last Direct was a mini held back in January while the last "full" event was streamed back in November of previous year. In the Direct, they explicitly revealed that we should be seeing the game in a little under three months.
On June 22, Switch owners will get the chance to hit the courts with some of the most popular characters in the Mario universe.
In addition to this, a listing went up for the yet-unannounced Sushi Striker: Way of the Sushido, for both Switch and 3DS.
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Perhaps more surprisingly Nintendo announced that there will be a pre-launch online tournament (1v1), but details of this beta test of sorts will be announced at a later date. You can either play with the controllers in horizontal modes or with motion controls that mimic real life tennis swings. There will also be online tournaments to compete against other players.
The game Arms, which is out now, will have for the US and Canada an online tourney.
Okami HD will make a premiere with handsome cel-shaded graphics.
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