Nintendo Direct Delayed Due to natural disaster in Hokkaido, Japan

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Although today originally had a Nintendo Direct scheduled, the company has made a decision to wait due to the natural disaster that hit the island of Hokkaido in northern Japan.

Nintendo has delayed its upcoming Nintendo Direct due to an quake that has struck the northern island of Hokkaido, Japan.

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The stream will take place tomorrow morning at 10am NZT, and will spend 35 minutes focusing on upcoming titles for the Nintendo Switch and 3DS. At least eight people have been killed as a result of the quake and 5.3 million left without electricity. This was to be Nintendo's fourth Direct presentation. At least seven have been killed in the tragedy so far, with Reuters reporting that hundreds are injured and 33 missing at this stage. We'll likely also get some deeper looks at titles briefly shown during the E3 Direct, like Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Daemon X Machina, and Super Mario Party. It's certainly no small feat for the system which has two big releases on the way later this year with Pokemon Let's Go and Super Smash Bros. If we leave behind the uncertainty of the event's happening being truly reported, big reveals about the Nintendo Switch Online service might be in order.

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