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Derek Heemsbergen
Nintendo Direct Announcements & Trailers For RPGFans
Pokemon X/Y, Project X, Wind Waker HD, SMTIV, and more!
06.11.13 - 11:16 AM

This morning's Nintendo Direct presentation had several treats in store for us. First came the news that the Fairy type will be added to Pokémon X/Y. The two games have a confirmed release date of October 12th, 2013.

Also releasing in October is The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD. Below is the first actual footage of the game.

Next up, we have a new trailer for Shin Megami Tensei IV, which releases next month. Check out some exploration, battling, and samples of the game's voice acting:

The gorgeous Project X from Monolith Soft made its first proper appearance as well. The following trailer gives a glimpse of the game's lush, expansive world, as well as more mechs than you can shake a Monado at.

It wasn't featured in Nintendo Direct, but Nintendo also released a trailer for the 3DS pseudo-sequel to Link to the Past, which has a new title: The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. The game will be released later this year.

Likewise, we have another trailer for Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, the pastel-colored RPG adventure coming to Europe and North America within the next two months.

We'll be sure to report with more information about as many of these titles as we can get our hands on in the following days, so keep checking back.


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