Yeah, not the first time rumours have been exactly what I wanted. I'll be very happy if theyre all true, too many Direct have disappointed in the past, but it has been so long since the last one surely they have lots of good stuff to show.
Interesting.*** RUMOUR ***
source - https://gamingintel.com/nintendo/sources-next-direct-coming-april-11th-2019/
He is a pretty big cog and I'd assume all countries are familiar with him since he hosts E3 but him leaving is hardly gaming news, so I wouldn't expect it to be Direct-worthy.This is assuming Nintendo believe that is something Nintendo fans worldwide would care about. Do the European, UK, Japanese and Australian fans care about Reggie leaving?
No. But they did put out a statement, had a time of mourning and had a shrine at the NY store people could put things at. Reggie was cool and did a good job for Nintendo in the USA. However he was just a regional head and he only retired. He was not the international CEO who died while in the top job. Also as much as Reggie was liked, Iwata was liked more. Even those who hate Nintendo and those who don't care about video games at all respected the man.Did they do a Direct goodbye for Iwata?
Thanks. I've seen it on PS4 in the store. It looked alright to me (would have been amazing on the previous gen of consoles) but as you know looks can be deceiving. I'll be certainly adding it to my Switch Watch list.Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is coming to Switch on the 28th of May.