Nintendo unveil their PAX Aus plans


On Nintendo 3DS, fans will be able to get their hands on the exciting new RPG and Japanese cultural phenomenon YO-KAI WATCH, which is on its way to Australia and New Zealand on 5th December! Also playable on Nintendo 3DS will be Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, Skylanders SuperChargers Racing, and the just-released The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, so friends can get together and enjoy the three-player puzzle solving action.  

Playable for the first time in Australia and coming 21st November, Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash features new modes such as Mega Battles where you can grow to gigantic proportions after grabbing a Mega Mushroom! After enjoying Mario’s latest tennis outing on Wii U, attendees can get their hands on the scary new adventure Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water (31st Oct.), and the epic RPG Xenoblade Chronicles X (5thDec.), as well as two exciting upcoming indie titles Mighty No. 9 and FAST Racing NEO!

Nintendo had a large presence at last year’s show and it’s great to see them back with a decent offering despite the Internet’s constant trawling for more info about their upcoming console.

In addition to their booth Nintendo are also hosting a series of events in the Galah Theatre at 5pm each day:

  • Friday – Super Smash Bros. amiibo Partner Battle Championships
  • Saturday – Super Mario Maker Make-Off
  • Sunday – YO-KAI WATCH Exclusive Anime Screening


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