People really familiar with the original game actually recognized it right from the intro.
Kenichiro Tsukuda addresses the game's demo.
(There actually aren't that many dogs in the game.)
That minimalistic character design really reminds me of the baseball games I'm sure we've all had at some point in Wii Sports.
That game would have made so much sense in local multiplayer on Wii U.
You might not want to be the first player to lose.
Though I wanted to pick one of the two guys for a change, I think I'll pick Edelgard because her swordfighter Petra is just that hot.
A Hat in Time is in there, and SteamWorld Quest is coming to Japan!!
Yoshi's really getting extra creative on that one.
The Japanese name of the game is actually "Oninonakukuni."
More Dragon Quest on the Switch. This one was only on smart devices so far.
You may now kiss the bride (or groom) in Rune Factory 4.
The game is actually launching in Japan this April.
That's an unconvential way to hold the Switch right here.
The game can be played in modern 3D or retro 2D at will.
This was in two parts in the Direct but they've united the portions in one video.
Doraemon à la Harvest Moon.
Customize Miriam as you see fit.
Two Toads are better than one.
What are they actually cooking?