The Nintendo Direct Mini in July was as short as it was intense, giving players emotions that hadn't been felt in the game world for a while. As always, the Japanese production company stands out from the competition, continuing on the path of innovation and partner titles on Nintendo Switch without getting lost in chatter and self-praise.

Cadence of Hyrule

Cadence of Hyrule opens the Nintendo Direct Mini with the trailer of its three dlc that will bring additional characters, history and music. For those unfamiliar with the title, this is the Zelda version of the game Crypt of the Necrodancer. For fans of the genre it is absolutely a must-have game and in October the version with the included dlc will be released, recommended for anyone who wants to try an experience different from the mainstream games.

Rogue Company

Rogue Company is the new third-person multiplayer shooter developed by Hi-Rez Studio, which has already become famous for the MOBA "Smite - Battleground of the Gods." The video introduces the new character, Glitch, and the public is invited to subscribe to the social networks of the title, which is currently in beta on several platforms.

WWE 2k battleground

The new title dedicated to entertainment wrestling proved irreverent and playful, with an arcade approach and a very fun cartoon style. Although the title itself has not been seen much, the Nintendo direct mini has also given us this pearl.

Shin Megami Tensei III nocturne HD remaster

Although less known in the West than its spin-off Persona, the Shin Megami Tensei saga has given a lot to the world of jrpg. Seeing a classic as important as Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne receive a remaster is good news that would allow a wider audience to enjoy such an important title. The Nintendo direct mini, however, could not stop at something like this, so the Atlus played the last winning card.

Shin Megami Tensei V

The big surprise of the Nintendo direct mini is nothing but the latest title of the acclaimed Jrpg series Shin Megami Tensei V, which receives a launch date, certified in 2021, and the news that all the players in the world will be able to play it. same day. The news appears as an excellent step forward for Nintendo and Atlus, which over the years are demonstrating a significant opening towards the West.