A teaser for "Super Smash Bros." was shown during a Nintendo Direct video presentation on Thursday evening.
A look of surprise hits her as her eyes blaze with an image Nintendo fans are sure to recognize - the engulfed Super Smash Bros. logo. Is one of them secretly Solid Snake?
A little further down the way is WarioWare Gold which is coming to 3DS with 300 microgames on August 3rd. The game comes with new features that allow users to switch between Mario and Luigi and allow players to take control of Bowser.
It is worth noting that Casa Bonita is actually the character Cartman's favorite restaurant in the show and video game and is based on a real-life restaurant. The Solaire of Astora amiibo lets you, according to Nintendo, "perform the popular "praise the sun" gesture with reckless abandon". It's probably the case that these are all returning characters from the Wii U/3DS versions, but there's no question that the best part about the lead-up to a Smash release is the speculation of characters, stages etc. Some have speculated what fate awaits Nintendo's handheld, considering the Switch also doubles as a handheld gaming device. Among other unconventional strategies, you can win the game by serving the ball so hard that you break your opponent's racket. In addition to that, Nintendo had one "big" release planned for every month, including Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, ARMS, Splatoon 2, Sonic Mania, Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, Fire Emblem Warriors, Super Mario Odyssey, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2. And Undertale will "eventually" be headed to Nintendo Switch at some point. That seems to answer the question "What big game is Nintendo preparing to bring to Switch in late 2018?"