Nintendo just announced another Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase, which will place on September 17, 2020, at 7 AM PST. The last Nintendo Direct Mini released in August, was only around 11-minutes long, and focused on third-party games, revealing games such as Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory and World of Tanks Blitz. What can we expect from September’s upcoming showcase?
Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase
Based on the last two Nintendo Direct Minis, the runtime for the livestream won’t be much longer than 10 minutes. The one that streamed back in July was only a total of eight minutes in length and only featured a handful of announcements. That doesn’t mean it can’t be longer (or even shorter), but that would be quite a surprise. Don’t expect to see any first-party games at tomorrow morning’s event, since the showcase will only focus on Nintendo’s publishing partners’ games. This means no Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC news or anything about the next Legend of Zelda.
We may hear something about Square Enix’s Bravely Default II, since the end of the year is approaching and it was scheduled to release in 2020. There may be some ports from games that are available on PS4 and Xbox One and potentially some new indie titles. There are only so many things Nintendo will get to in this short video, especially if they’re going to continue to make these showcases a monthly event.
What do you hope to see revealed at September’s Nintendo Direct Mini? Are your expectations too high and in need of some proper management? Are you just hoping to see Nintendo fail? Maybe your expectations are just right. We’ll offer a recap of what gets announced tomorrow if you’re not able to watch live. Until then, keep your eyes fixed on Sick Critic for all your latest game news, reviews, and features.
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