Nintendo Direct Remains Silent Over “Pokemon Z” Release Date; ‘Star Fox Zero’ To Be Released In The US In 2016
“Pokemon “ fan base still have high hopes that about Nintendo Direct will still be involved in the official release of “Pokemon Z” . After Satoru Iwata’s unexpected death, the company has since remained discreet with regards to how the company will be managed. Just who can ever forget the most familiar Nintendo puppets over Nintendo Direct?
Among the biggest feature of Satoru Iwata’s contribution is Nintendo Directs and has served as the bridge between the company and the fans over video series. This has been the means of informing fans about the arrival of any new games and latest updates with all the entertainment factors involved, idigitalTimes reported.
With the approaching holiday seasons, it has become a mystery of what remains of the Iwata’s Nintendo Direct. The question remained whether Nintendo have ceased or continued the operating Nintendo Directs . After all, Nintendo Directs has been Iwata’s baby since the beginning of 2011, KpopStarz reported.
With the latest info that concerns Nintendo have released specifically the dates of Wii U and 3DS game consoles with “Amiibo” throughout 2015. Not to mention the presentation to North America of New Nintendo 3DS. Through all these happenings, fans has been too curios behind all the reason of Nintendo Directs’ silence?
There was also revelation that a collaboration has taken place between Omega Force and Nintendo. Omega Force is the developer behind “Dynasty Warriors,” has also created a warrior named “Linkle” and is set to appear in 3DS versions of “Legend of Zelda.”
Furthermore, Nintendo have declared that “Star Fox Zero” will be released in the U.S on April 22 of next year, instead of the previous scheduled release this month.
Fans is still wondering about the destiny of Nintendo Direct and is still continue to wait on answers. Is the latest news and updates and the silence over Nintendo Direct’s silence connected? Will Nintendo Direct will continue its involvement?
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