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Super Mario Maker 2 Direct Announced May 15th @3PM PT/6PM ET

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Last edited by Green098 - on 15 May 2019

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What the hell...



So much for saving the game till E3.



Some days I just blow up.

Oh, no big direct until E3



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Stefan.De.Machtige said:

Oh, no big direct until E3

I think there's never been big Direct between March/April and E3.



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It's on the 16th of May here in Europe... midnight.

I'll be asleep by then, don't care for SMM, so that's fine by me!
This just means more minutes at the E3 direct for other interesting stuff.

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Kind of happy about this to be honest. That means it won't be the big spotlight title (or at least get nearly as much attention) at E3 this year. Especially since it's release is 2 1/2 weeks after E3.


2016 - Breath of the Wild
2017 - Super Mario Odyssey
2018 - Smash Bros. Ultimate
With this, I'm gonna guess that their big title they're focusing on for 2019 will be Animal Crossing.



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PAOerfulone said:
Kind of happy about this to be honest. That means it won't be the big spotlight title (or at least get nearly as much attention) at E3 this year. Especially since it's release is 2 1/2 weeks after E3.


2016 - Breath of the Wild
2017 - Super Mario Odyssey
2018 - Smash Bros. Ultimate
With this, I'm gonna guess that their big title they're focusing on for 2019 will be Animal Crossing.

Super Mario Odyssey was not even close to being comparable to BOTW or Ultimate. It literally just had a short but sweat trailer at the end of the direct.