Odyssey represents a return to classic sandbox Mario gaming, and it promises to be the highlight of Nintendo's holiday season. Nostalgia can be a powerful thing, and Nintendo's storied history gives it more capacity than most video game companies to take a step back into history.
If you are from the United Kingdom and don't feel like buying the new games released for Nintendo Switch yet, maybe you are willing to spend £100 for the new Nintendo Switch TV Dock Bundle!
Instead of hiring orchestras and comedians to pitch their games, Nintendo now go for a much smaller-scale and actually try to show off what they're making.More news: Car rental company Hertz falls on bigger-than-expected loss
Nintendo and Minecraft fans alike will also be happy to learn that the Super Mario Mash-Up Pack is included too.
You'll likely see our favorite President and COO, Reggie Fils-Aime on the E3 floor, during the presentation, but trust me when I say it'll most be pre-recorded.More news: Police now say 9 killed in serial shootings case
E3 2017 runs from June 13-15, 2017. For the Nintendo Switch version of RIME, all physical copies will include a printed code for a download of the complete, lovely soundtrack by David García (a sample of which you can find here). Since 1983, when it launched the Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo has sold more than 4.4 billion video games and more than 703 million game system globally, including Nintendo Switch and all other Nintendo game systems.
Furthermore, Nintendo promised details on new games coming this year. Plenty of Switch and DS titles will be showcased, which will include discussions with the developers, as well as Treehouse members.
If you have a Nintendo Switch, the most probable scenario is that you're still playing Zelda: Breath of the Wild ( we are too ) and at this point, not having those promised third party titles is itching the nerves.More news: Wizards' Oubre suspended for Game 4 for knocking over Olynyk