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A Nintendo Direct is happening on November 12

Nintendo has announced that a Direct event will take place on November 12.

It has been several months since the last Nintendo Direct, an event that was previously hosted by the late Nintendo President, Satoru Iwata.

Nintendo ceased the regular livestream after Satoru Iwata’s passing, unsure of whether to continue with a new host or direction.

Well it seems Nintendo has found some sort of replacement, as a Direct event is set to take place this week on November 12.

This particular Direct will focus on upcoming Nintendo Wii U and 3DS games, and will not focus on the Nintendo NX or smartphone titles.

The event kicks off at 10PM GMT on November 12. You can watch it through Nintendo’s official website or on Twitch.

Related: Nintendo Wii U Review

Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima confirmed earlier this year that Nintendo Direct will continue, but was unsure of who would host the event from now on.

We don’t know either, but Shigeru Miyamoto and Reggie Fils-Aime certainly have a chance of showing up tomorrow.

As far as potential announcements go, many are holding out hope for The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD.

Many expect the HD remake will be coming to Wii U, acting as a bridge between now and the eventual release of an all new Legend of Zelda title for the platform.

You can also expect some updates on Xenoblade Chronicles X and Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash.

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