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Nintendo Direct – How to watch tonight’s presentation

Nintendo has announced a Direct Presentation set to take place later tonight that will focus on its upcoming catalogue of games.

You can catch the stream at 10pm GMT and it will detail upcoming Nintendo Switch and 3DS titles including the recently announced Mario Tennis Aces.

The presentation will last for 30 minutes and will likely showcase a variety of titles that have already been announced such as The World Ends with You – Final Remix and Yoshi.

One title we haven’t seen for a while is Metroid Prime 4, so there’s a possibility we could have our first glimpse at gameplay or a more detailed trailer. Rumour has it Bandai Namco is working on the project.

Related: Upcoming Nintendo Switch Games

The last Nintendo Direct was a ‘mini’ variant that saw a surprise release and the announcement of Dark Souls Remastered for Switch and other platforms.

Nintendo has a reputation for holding Direct presentations throughout the year alongside showing games at popular trade shows like E3.

You’ll be able to watch the Direct through Nintendo’s official YouTube and Twitch channels when it begins airing this evening.

Related: Super Mario Odyssey Review

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