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January Nintendo Direct could see more than 16 games revealed

Amazon placeholders hint at an upcoming Nintendo Direct that may see more than 16 games unveiled.

First spotted by Cheap Ass Gamer, the listings have since been removed, but not before fans begun to speculate on what they could be.

Primarily, this had led many to believe that Nintendo is set to hold a Direct Presentation later this month. It did the same in 2017, so it’s a likely possibility.

Nintendo Direct streams normally see the reveal of several new titles alongside updates on those already announced and in development.

Related: Upcoming Nintendo Switch Games

There is currently no evidence or confirmation from Nintendo that a Direct is on the way, but we’d love to see one in the coming weeks.

Updates on the likes of Metroid Prime 4 and Yoshi on Nintendo Switch would be brilliant to see alongside a look at the company’s plans for 2018.

2017 was a fantastic year for Nintendo with the likes of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey rightfully praised as masterpieces. Here’s hoping 2018 is more of the same!

Related: Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review

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