Although many Nintendo Hooters are arriving in 2022, the company still has plenty of holiday products ready. Nintendo unveiled some of its upcoming releases and product ties during a virtual event this week.
The presentation was launched on October 8. OLED model of Nintendo Switch. As the name suggests, the new edition of the hybrid console has a 7-inch OLED screen, which creates visual pops on the system.
Although it looks smart on the outside, the Nintendo Switch OLED model has no new internals. Instead, it has extensive adjustable kickstands, more internal storage with 64GB of memory, and minor improvements with improved audio. If players do not already have one, it will pick up the switch. For those who already own a console, this can be a difficult sale, especially at $ 349.99.
A big advantage of the Nintendo Switch OLED model is the improved dock, which has a wired LAN port. For competitive athletes who spend a lot of hours. “Fortnight” either or “Splaton 2” Fast and stable hard line connection is the best connection players can get. What’s more, this link can be even more important when it comes to cloud games on the upcoming system. “Dying Light 2” And “Guardians of the Marvel of the Galaxy” Coming to Nintendo Switch.
The latest version of Switch starts immediately. “Metro Dread.” This is the first new 2D entry in the series since “Metrode Fusion” in 2002. The sequel wraps up the story of Sam’s years with Tytler Lifeform.
When it comes out, “Metroid Dread” ($ 59.99) will probably be one of the best games to come to the system this year. The mission is investigating the planet Samdos ZDR, where the X parasite is allegedly located. After the Galactic Federation sent seven EMMI robots to investigate, the planet has gone silent, so Sams has been sent to find out what happened.
She laid an interesting foundation because Samos is both a hunter and a prey as she fights creatures on the surface of the planets and escapes the EMMI robots that are targeting her. As with previous titles, Samos will upgrade his gear during the “Metro Dread” campaign to unlock new areas. The big difference between this chapter and the others is that during the adventure, Samos will be followed by EMMI robots that are almost invincible.
This creates hidden elements where Sams must be hidden from enemies as they can kill him in a single blow. The only weapon to defeat them is the omega cannon. In addition to this promising sequel, Nintendo is also releasing the “Metroid Dread” amiibo 2-pack ($ 29.99) and the “Metroid Dread” Special Edition ($ 89.99).
For those looking for a family-friendly competition during the holidays, gamers should check out “Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain” ($ 29.99). Although it shares a similar concept. “Brain age” Series, this game is different because of its multiplayer approach. Players can compete with up to four players and compete in high-speed mini-games that will test players’ mental health.
If no one is around, gamers can challenge other players around the world against their past stats. It allows players to mimic the multiplayer experience to enhance entertainment. “Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain” is set to release on December 3.
Other titles featured by Nintendo. “Pokemon Brilliant Diamond” and “Pokemon Shining Pearl.” This remake of the classic Nintendo DS game will be a must for any fan of Picasso and company. Thanks to the power of the switch, it mirrors the original but with better graphics.
Fans will appreciate the updated visuals, but the developer, ILCA, didn’t stop there. They have improved the quality of life. Players can decorate their pokeball with stickers, set up their own base and interact with trainers around the Grand Underground. They can also link games starting in 2022 to Pokemon Home. This means that “Pokemon Go” players can send creatures captured in the mobile game into service so that they are available to players in console titles.
Players should also expect better multiplayer and wireless support than the actual entries. Technology is so advanced that it must be smoother than ever. “Pokemon Brilliant Diamond” and “Pokemon Shining Pearl” are set to release on November 19.
Although not highlighted in the presentation, Nintendo is also releasing “Advanced Wars 1 + 2: Reboot Camp.” Fans of strategy games should definitely keep this title on their radar. There were some great releases on the Cult classic game Boy Advance. In the game, players control a rag tag military force of the Orange Star Army, and they must use their units’ weapons and abilities cleverly and cunningly to defeat the enemy.
There are many variables in this game but players who can plan attacks, use their forces correctly and use special CO options can be successful in any situation. The depth of gameplay and simple execution should be kept in the remake of 20 year old games. Players can watch this Nintendo Switch game on December 3.
Another Mario Kart toy.
The two most interesting non-video game items that Nintendo showed were a Super Mario Advent calendar. Unfortunately, this can be bypassed-but not unless you’re a techie who knows what he’s doing. That is what is still available. Hot Wheels Mario Kart Rainbow Road Raceway Track Set. The toys include King Bow and Mario die cast carts, but the show’s main star is an 8-foot-long course inspired by one of the hardest tracks in the video game franchise.
It has everything that fans will see in a “Mario Kart” game. It features revolving question mark blocks, random hazards, and lithographs. It’s a nifty piece of Hot Wheels technology, but it’s for dedicated “Mario Kart” fans with a price tag of $ 139.99.