From remasters to brand new games. We have compiled all the games and release dates announced at the Nintendo Direct 2021.
After almost a year, Nintendo fans finally got a fulfilling Nintendo Direct event this 2021. The live online event, showcased some gorgeous looking upcoming games, in addition, to release dates for previously announced titles. New releases, remasters of classics, expansions, ports. Nintendo Direct 2021 had it all.
The most promising of them are Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword HD, a tactics ogre/ ff tactics inspired SRPG; Project Triangle Strategy. We also got Pyra and Mythra as new DLCs for Super Smash Bros Ultimate.
Furthermore, a surprise shocker was the Ninja Gaiden Master Collection. This trilogy collection will also be releasing for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation.
All the games announced at Nintendo Direct 2021 presentation are:
- The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD- 16th July
- Splatoon 3 teaser
- Mario Golf: Super Rush – 25th June
- Miitopia- 21st May
- The Missing Heir – 14th May
- The Girl Who Stands Behind – 14th May
- Fall Guys Switch- Summer 2021
- Outer Wilds Switch – 2021
- Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville – March
- Neon White – Winter 2021 ( Switch, PC)
- Project Triangle Strategy – 2022
- Star Wars: Hunters – 2021
- Knockout City – 21st May
- Apex Legends – 9th March
- Monster Hunter Rise – 26th March.
- World’s End Club – 28th May
- Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection – 10th June ( Switch, PC, Xbox, PS)
- Samurai Warriors 5 – Summer 2021
- Legend of Mana remake – 24th June ( Switch, PC, PS4)
- Tales from the Borderlands- 23rd March
- SaGa Frontier Remastered – April 15, 2021
- No More Heroes 3 – August 27
- Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse – 16th March ( PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch)
- DC Super Heroes Girls: Teen Power – 4th June
Some fan-favorite and legendary classics are making a return, such as Ninja Gaiden, Skyward Sword. Although not a return but Project Triangle Strategy does not fail to remind us of our Tactics Ogre and Final Fantasy Tactics days. To be honest, no SRPG after these two were of the same comparison.
On the other hand, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is getting an expansion pass, with DLCs coming soon. Hades is getting physical release with extra content. Lastly, Xbox classic, Stubbs the Zombie is coming back. Not a hugely popular title, but OG Xbox gamers will surely enjoy this.
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