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Though I missed taking part in Overwatch's Halloween event, I was able to get a healthy (or maybe not) amount of time logged during the Winter Wonderland event last month. I had a ton of fun blasting my opponents with snowballs, so I've been anxiously awaiting word about when another special event would kick off. I and other Overwatch fans won't have to wait but a few more days, however, as Blizzard has teased the Year of the Rooster event celebrating the Chinese New Year.

We don't know exactly what Blizzard has in store for us, but they have provided a few teases. Head inside to find out more!

Nintendo has just revealed Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, an entirely new Fire Emblem game that is coming to Nintendo 3DS on May 19th, 2017. This new game was inspired by Fire Emblem Gaiden, the second entry in the Fire Emblem series, which is known for its unique gameplay and focus on exploration. Shadows of Valentia will be a reimagining of Fire Emblem Gaiden, but on a much larger scale, with larger dungeons, a larger overworld, and a more ambitious story.

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Update: Nintendo has now announced that the iOS version of Fire Emblem Heroes will launch on the same day as the Android version.

Original: During today's Fire Emblem Nintendo Direct, Nintendo finally showed off its next mobile game, Fire Emblem Heroes. Pre-registration for the game begins on January 19th, as it launches on Google Play on February 2, 2017, and it'll be releasing on iOS devices on a later date. Fire Emblem Heroes will be a tactical role-playing game, similar to the main entries of the Fire Emblem series, but with smaller maps and more streamlined combat, making the game at home on mobile devices.

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Hot off the heels from today's Fire Emblem Direct, viewers were given another look at the upcoming Fire Emblem Warriors. The extended trailer features Prince Chrom of Ylisse from Fire Emblem Awakening as he takes on an army of Plegian soldiers in traditional Dynasty Warriors-style combat.

The trailer confirms that the game will launch in Fall 2017, but you won't need to own the Nintendo Switch in order to play. Similar to the preceding Hyrule Warriors, Fire Emblem Warriors is releasing simultaneously on both the Switch and New Nintendo 3DS systems.

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Nintendo revealed that Square Enix is working on a brand new turn-based RPG for The Switch in a trailer during last night's presentation. Not much was specifically mentioned other than its working title, Project Octopath Traveler, however the trailer itself presented some very gorgeous pixel art mixed in with some fancy water and fire effects. The art and pixel work itself is reminiscent of the Final Fantasy Tactics spinoff series, indicating that the Tactics team may be involved.

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Hyrule Warriors was a major hit for Nintendo and Koei Tecmo, so it was no surprise when we heard a rumor a few days ago that they were teaming up again for a brand new Warriors-style game. Tonight at the Nintendo Switch presentation, Nintendo officially confirmed this rumor as true with the announcement of Fire Emblem Warriors. A brief teaser trailer focused on the Falchion and the five stones of the Fire Emblem, while the description of this trailer on YouTube confirms that it is slated to release during the holidays of 2017.

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Update: The Sonic Mania Collector's Edition has also been revealed to be coming to Switch. You can go ahead and preorder one for yourself right here.

Original: Sonic Mania was revealed months ago, but one detail that surprised many was the lack of confirmation for a version coming to Nintendo platforms; it seemed especially odd when SEGA's other big announcement of that night, Project Sonic 2017, proudly stated it was on its way to the then-codenamed NX. Fans hoped that SEGA was just putting off the announcement for a bit, and it looks like that was indeed the case. While it wasn't shown at Nintendo's Switch presentation this evening, a video newly uploaded to their YouTube channel confirms that Sonic Mania is coming to Switch.

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With the Nintendo Switch finally being unveiled, we got a chance to take a look at some of the upcoming games for the highly anticipated console. Following the Nintendo Switch's formal presentation, we got a sizzle reel of all of the games that plan to launch for Nintendo Switch in the future. Rayman Legends, Minecraft, NBA 2k18, Fast Racing Neo, Project Sonic 2017, Xenoblade 2, and others all made appearances.

You can check out the full list of games that appeared in the sizzle reel, at least as near as we could tell, after the jump!

Nintendo just announced that it will be releasing Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, a revamped version of Mario Kart 8, on Nintendo Switch. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will feature a ton of new characters, some new stages, and a completely redesigned battle mode.

Although this wasn't included in the trailer itself, Nintendo has now announced that Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will launch on April 28th, 2017. Follow after the jump to watch the trailer!

For years, Nintendo fans have been waiting for Nintendo to announce the official launch date for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, one of the most highly-anticipated Nintendo games in decades. At tonight's Nintendo Switch live event, Reggie Fils-Aime, Shigeru Miyamoto, and Eiji Aonuma made an appearance to finally reveal that the game will be launching on March 3, 2017, alongside the Nintendo Switch console.

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During Nintendo's Switch Presentation, the legendary developer announced a completely new IP for the upcoming console that will feature "depth, challenge, and replayability." Arms is a boxing/fighting game designed to take full advantage of the Nintendo Switch's Joy-Con motion controls. Players will swing their arms wildly to instruct their characters to fire off their own spring-loaded fists at the opponent in what appear to be some pretty crazy battles.

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During tonight's Nintendo Switch presentation, Nintendo officially unveiled the Mario title we briefly saw during the October event. The upcoming Nintendo Switch game is called Super Mario Odyssey, and it has a theme of "A journey to an unknown world outside the Mushroom kingdom." Nintendo showed off a trailer for the game that revealed an open, "sandbox" style world, with tons of areas to explore. Hit the jump for more!

Monolith Soft has just unveiled a sequel to Xenoblade Chronicles, simply named Xenoblade 2, at tonight's Nintendo Switch live event. So far, not much is known about the game. The trailer featured a giant dragon, which is new to the Xenoblade series, and it featured anime-style cutscenes with new character designs. Monolith has not announced a potential launch window for the game yet.

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With Nintendo finally unveiling every detail about the Nintendo Switch, we have finally learned some new information about its launch titles. During the Nintendo Switch presentation, the first game that was officially revealed as a launch title was 1, 2 Switch. The game was made to be played with multiple people with the Joy-Con controllers. According to the reveal trailer, there are many settings in which these mini-games will take place, including western, wizard, and rock band settings. 1, 2 Switch can be played without looking at the screen and implements the aforementioned HD Rumble feature, which is a brand new enhanced form of the rumble feature.

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Back in 2013, independent studio Tequila Works revealed Rime, a stylistic action-adventure game that drew inspiration from the work of Team Ico and Studio Ghibli. The game was originally planned to launch exclusively on PlayStation 4, but shortly after its initial reveal, Tequila Works grew silent about its development for some time, having run into some legal issues with Sony, Rime's publisher. These issues seem to have been resolved as, a few days ago, Tequila Works uploaded a new "re-reveal" trailer for Rime, announcing for the first time that the game will be launching on multiple platforms.