Nintendo at E3 2018

Ruben Fields
May 17, 2018

Well, fear not, because thanks to a tweet from Capcom's official Okami Twitter account, we now know when the game is coming to Switch in the UK.

In the game, you go on vacation to the tropical Kawawii island and stay in a special resort. Much like Wii Sports Resort, it featured a variety of resorts-themed mini-games, with 50 in total making its way to the Nintendo Switch remaster.

If you're a "Super Smash Bros." fan eager to try the new game at this year's E3, which takes place from June 12 to June 14 in Los Angeles, you might want to reserve your spot ahead of time. Nintendo announced on Wednesday fans will need to reserve play slots to play Super Smash Bros. for Switch before June's show.

E3 2018 public tickets are available for $250 as part of the three-day Gamer Pass. It's very important to register because Nintendo will not be allowing on-site registration.

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Tickets will be in the form of QR Code patterns that can be stored on a smartphone or printed out. Nintendo added that it's not taking reservations for other games at its booth; for those games, you can just show up and wait in line.

"We're always looking to improve the ways people can maximize the fun they have with Nintendo at E3", said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America's Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

Nintendo announced that it was working on a new "Super Smash Bros." in March.

Furthermore, with Switch being extremely successful one would assume that Nintendo will finally drop the support for the 3DS, however, Nintendo has noted that it will support 3DS until Switch becomes a one-per-person system. Nintendo will also give out exclusive Nintendo Switch pins to random fans who bring their console with them to the show.

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