Where to watch today’s Nintendo Direct

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Super Mario Maker 2 includes tons of new content for level building, including slopes and content from Super Mario 3D World. Just don't get up your hopes for any Metroid news.

We'll have to wait and see.

Outside of that, the Direct will be a whopping 35 minutes long. Most Switch owners are expecting to hear more about titles like Animal Crossing, Luigi's Mansion 3, and maybe even Pokemon if we're lucky.

"To tune in, check out the Nintendo Direct website or the Nintendo UK YouTube channel, where the broadcast will be streamed".

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Fire Emblem:Three Houses was announced in 2017 and is slated for a spring release after its 2018 launch was delayed. The presentation will focus on Switch games coming in 2019, with a focus on Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

Anyway, we're as disappointed as you. We know how much Nintendo can pack in in such a short space of time, so get ready to have your hearts broken when they don't reveal the Jet Set Radio Future remaster we've all been waiting for...

"From this perspective, we have determined that the current development status of [Metroid Prime 4] is very challenged, and we had to make a hard decision as a development team". Last month, Nintendo announced that it was effectively restarting development on the game-this time with original developer Retro Studios at the helm-as it wasn't coming together to the company's liking. "We have made a decision to re-examine the development structure and change it".