Last September, Nintendo announced the "Arcade Archives" series of titles, which seeks to bring back classic, pre-console Nintendo titles for everyone to play on Nintendo Switch. Another game was revealed today to be joining these Archives, and there's a slight chance that you might've heard of it. Just a tiny one. It's some small arcade title called Donkey Kong, and for Switch owners in North America, it's available today.

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One of Nintendo's surprise announcements during their E3 Direct this year was the reveal of Super Mario Party, a brand new entry in the multiplayer, friendship-ending franchise. Featuring new boards and minigames, along with a distinct lack of riding in cars, the next Party starts up in October. If you're curious or worried about how this new title might play, the Nintendo Treehouse has you covered. They've been streaming their new games all E3, and one of their segments was all about Super Mario Party.

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The final day of E3 2018 has come, and so has Nintendo Treehouse's third day at the Los Angeles show floor to highlight their upcoming games beyond the Direct. With extensive Smash Bros. coverage as well as an early look at this Friday's new Xenoblade 2 DLC, Splatoon 2's Octo Expansion, an in-depth preview of Super Mario Party, and plenty more just yesterday, who knows what more surprises Nintendo has in store for today?

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Fortnite finally launched for the Nintendo Switch this week and already eclipsed two million downloads, yet depending on who you ask, its release was not pretty. The match made in heaven between Nintendo's hit hybrid system and the most popular battle royale game on the planet was seen coming a mile away, but the anticipated union came at a cost none were privy to before a rocky release.

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E3 2018 has been jam packed with press conferences from many of the biggest names in gaming, including Nintendo. The latest Nintendo E3 Direct included extensive looks at the hotly-anticipated new Super Smash Bros. and Pokémon titles, DLC packs for Splatoon 2 and Xenoblade Chronicles 2, a new Mario Party, a handful of third-party titles, and even some surprises. Join us as we break down the exciting announcements!

Kingdom Hearts III was originally supposed to launch in 2018, until the reveal of a release date also revealed a delay to 2019. In a new interview, Tetsuya Nomura, director of the Kingdom Hearts series, commented on this delay and also explained why we haven't seen the previously-announced Big Hero 6 world yet.

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Nintendo's E3 Direct yesterday started off with the reveal of a brand new mech game for the Switch: Daemon X Machina. At the time we only got a brief look at the game, but today Nintendo Treehouse treated us to a much longer look. Sitting down with one of the game's developers, they took us through half an hour of the new game, showing off character customization, mech combat, and destructible environments.

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Mario Tennis Aces is releasing in just a few weeks, and so it was no surprise to see the title get its own segment in Nintendo's Treehouse Live @ E3 streams. What was a surprise is that they took the opportunity to announce a pair of additional playable characters that will be added to the title in the coming months, expanding the roster even further!

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Nintendo had a lot to bring to E3 this year, but one game many noticed was missing was the new Yoshi title announced at E3 2017. It was supposed to be coming out this year, but with no mention of it during yesterday's Nintendo Direct or Treehouse Live segments, many started suspecting that it was seeing a delay. Well, now it's been officially confirmed: Yoshi Switch has been moved to 2019.

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Super Smash Bros. always has a variety of interesting stages, and at least 80 are on their way to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. That number is outstanding, especially when you consider the additional Battlefield and Omega forms for them, but fans had one more question: can we play the regular stages without hazards? Thankfully, it sounds like Ultimate is indeed making that a new option for the series.

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Nintendo Treehouse is showing off the Big N's upcoming games and content for this week's Treehouse Live @ E3, and they just revealed some new info that is sure to be exciting for fans of the Xenoblade games. Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has some new DLC coming up soon, including a special "Challenge Battle Mode," but it turns out this mode will offer more than just tough fights. It also brings back two classic characters from the original Xenoblade Chronicles: Shulk and Fiora!

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate finally got its official unveiling yesterday, and it's certainly living up to its name so far! Alongside the return of every fighter in Smash history, plus Inklings and Ridley, it also appears that we'll be revisiting a huge number of stages from games past. By scouring through the Nintendo Direct, the individual character trailers released for each fighter, and the game's website, fans have already identified over 80 different stages that should be in the game!

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Plenty of companies livestream during E3 these days, but Nintendo was one of the first to do so, and their streams continue to remain highlights of the show for fans. This year is no different, and as we head into Day 2 of E3 proper, the Treehouse team will be starting up those streams yet again. We can expect plenty of footage of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, certainly, but we might also get a look at other upcoming and newly announced Nintendo games like Fire Emblem: Three Houses or Super Mario Party. And who knows? Sometimes, the Treehouse has surprise reveals of their own to give us.

Whatever they have in store for us today, we'll see it soon, as the stream starts at 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET. Head inside to join us for the fun!

The first day of E3 livestreams and show floor has wrapped up, and as always, the Big N has brought out the big guns for the biggest week in gaming. The highlight of the day was undoubtedly the unveiling of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but Nintendo also had plenty of other news and reveals to share throughout the day. Whether it was Super Mario Party, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, or simply confirmation of the long-rumored Fortnite port, there was a lot of news to go through. And we've gathered it all into one place.

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Most companies use E3 as a way to reveal new titles in their flagship franchises. For example, Nintendo revealed Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Square Enix showed new Kingdom Hearts III footage. SEGA, on the other hand, revealed their new crowdfunding campaign to make a Sonic the Hedgehog-themed toaster. Yes, this is an actual thing that they are doing.

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