Were Unannounced Games Leaked In The Nintendo Switch Trailer?

Andrew took his magnifying glass to today's Nintendo Switch Reveal Trailer and found some clues about new titles from the Big N.


We saw some things that we expected in the first Nintendo Switch trailer. We also saw glimpses of never before seen games. Did Nintendo show their hand for upcoming titles?

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    October 21, 2016 6:00 AM

    Andrew Zucosky posted a new article, Were Unannounced Games Leaked In The Nintendo Switch Trailer?

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      October 21, 2016 8:36 AM

      This is a terrible video, I'm sorry Shack. First off the title is an absolute abuse of the word "leak". This was an official video, therefore it's not a leak. They wanted you to see these things. Frankly this is the type of shit that turns me off from wanting to view or read other articles because it's so blatantly attempting to get you to click.

      - It's a new Mario game, yes
      - No, that's Mario Kart 8 with the DLC and some added features. Clearly a remaster.
      - That's likely a remaster of Splatoon and not a sequel.

      IGN did this same video, but theirs was way better with much better insight. Up your game Shack. :(

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        October 21, 2016 8:40 AM

        Damn, gloves came off!

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          October 21, 2016 8:41 AM

          I think it was constructive and fair feedback.

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        October 21, 2016 8:44 AM

        I don't know if you can call the Mario Kart footage as a definite MK8 remaster. All we know for sure is it wasn't vanilla MK8 but it could be a new title.

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        October 21, 2016 9:06 AM

        I dunno... they have the double items in that Mario Kart footage. MK8 did not have double items. They may have remastered the game and added that feature, but there are traditionally about three years between each incremental Mario Kart release, and the last Mario Kart came out in 2014.

        I don't think that's final footage of the game though either way.

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