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Last edited by Green098 - on 04 September 2019

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Yay!!!! As expected since so many games are coming out soon.

Pocky Lover Boy! 

Nice. Now please tell me Megaman Zero Collection will have a retail release in Europe, and we'll be golden (and not just the 1% on the disc, the rest downloadable crap).

You know it deserves the GOTY.

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If the rumors are true, then what could potentially be announced for Smash Bros. will be very interesting.

Metroid Prime Trilogy releasing in December would be a really nice surprise.

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oh boy, here we go


Barkley said:
Metroid Prime Trilogy releasing in December would be a really nice surprise.

Why do you do this to me? Now if it won't be announced I will be disappointed no matter what Oooh man if that rumor turns out to be true, I die of overexcitement

Vote the Mayor for Mayor!

Maybe we'll FINALLY get more information about Metroid Prime 4.

So, in terms of what seems likely based on reliable leaks and rumours:


- Smash News: Banjo release date (later this month), fighter 4 is Terry Bogard 

- Assassin's Creed 4 Remastered: includes Black Flag and Rogue

- Overwatch for Switch

- SNES games coming to Nintendo Switch Online (and possibly more systems but on a more expensive subscription option)

- More Capcom ports: Dead Rising, more Devil May Cry games, Mega Man ZX Collection

- A GameCube game that flopped commercially is remastered/ported - not clear if it's first/third party, but I'm thinking it'll be something like Viewtiful Joe

- Borderlands comes to Switch

- a 2013 Wii U title is ported to Switch in early 2020 (Pikmin 3 or The Wonderful 101 are the front-runners for this)

- Nintendo have a surprise new release for Switch launching as early as December - probably a smaller, family-friendly title

Basically, expect the usual mixture of third-party ports (some more exciting than others), indie games, updates for existing games (Luigi, Pokemon, DLC details for Fire Emblem), and some new first-party things from Nintendo - I'd expect we see two or three Nintendo games for 2020, with one of them a Wii U port.

I don't expect to see Breath of the Wild 2, Shin Megami Tensei V, or the rumoured, Switch-exclusive Monster Hunter.