NintendObserver’s select content on the Nintendo Treehouse.
The Treehouse takes on Super Mario Party's brand-new co-op mode.
And another E3 in the books.
Full-on Treehouse with special guests.
From Nintendo Direct E3 2018 to the Super Smash Bros. Invitational 2018. A packed and awesome day it was. 😃
I didn't know the game at all when it was announced. But once I watched this segment, the three ways to reach victory quite simply ended up making perfect sense.
So many toys. And they show up in the game absolutely seamlessly.
Confirmed: Miyamoto himself drew the artwork for Sky Skipper's arcade cabinet back in the days.
So glad they actually got to play the game on Treehouse Live.
Part 1 with the game's producer from Square Enix, and Part 2 with the game's director from Acquire.
This is what Mario Tennis Aces can look like when it's taken very seriously.
Xavier and Davide go hands-on with Rabbid Peach's latest adventure. (Sorry, I meant to say Donkey Kong.) 😛
Gotta love those brand-new amiibos.
This game's soundtrack is absolutely surprising.
Toad’s Rec Room being shown right here.
September 14 can't come soon enough.
Shulk seeing into the future.
Team17 helped them a lot with improving the game's visuals for this sequel.
Kirk Scott in the house. First seen on the latest Nindies Showcase, I'm sure he played a very important role in Fortnite being on Nintendo Switch.
The first ever live gameplay for the Pokémon Let's Go games.
Ten segments in total. So much Smash Ultimate to enjoy.