Fact is he's got more right than some want to give him credit for even predicting the day online details would be revealed whether the rest is true remains to be seen but as it stands official events have backed his claims whether you want to dismiss the rest of what he says the rumour has shown to have some credibility.
No one is denying that they were right about the date, but again that isn't the end all. The E3 details aren't realistic and we've had leaks that got some things right but most everything else wrong before, these facts shouldn't be glossed over either.
Wow, this guy nailed it. He said that Nintendo would announce online details on May 7th and they did. He said that Virtual Console wouldn't come to Switch and he was right. Guessing his E3 leak is right as well then.
So, based on the name for Fire Emblem, Lustrous Daybreak, I'm guessing it's a remake of Radiant Dawn, or possibly a sequel to it? Lustrous Daybreak is just synonyms for Radiant Dawn afterall.
Pokemon being a gen 1 remake wouldn't surprise me, matches with some earlier leaks as well as the leaked screenshot. Hopefully he's right about the graphics being midway between Sun/Moon and Pokken, because the leaked screenshot looked barely better than Sun/Moon, though maybe it was from an early build before they finished the graphics.
That's exactly it, Lustrous Daybreak is the same name, which means it could only be a remake, but we already know Fire Emblem Switch is a brand new game. Even though the date turned out correct, this alone still debunks the E3 portion of the leak, especially when the rest of it is similarly flawed. The 3DS Pokemon games pushed the system to it's limits. Doesn't necessarily mean Pokemon will push the Switch in the same way, but it makes little sense that they suddenly cheap out on graphics for a series they know it's safe to put high production values into. Even Kirby got a huge step up from it's 3DS days, and they said Fire Emblem will aswell.