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Did you miss the Nintendo Direct? 10.1.13

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Did you miss the Nintendo Direct? Well don’t worry, you can view it here. So just sit back and enjoy.

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Timeline
Super Mario 3D World 00:31 – 03:40
Super Mario and Luigi  Wii Motion Plus 03:41 – 03:49
Wii Party U 03:50 – 05:49
Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze 05:50 – 06:31
Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014 6:32 – 08:13
Super Smash Bros. – Sonic The Hedgehog 08:14 – 08:55
Pikmin 3 08:56 – 12:34
Etrian Odyssey Untold – The Millennium Girl 12:35 – 13:44
Just Dance 2014 13:45 – 14:33
Skylanders Swap Force 14:34 – 15:30
Lego Marvel Super Heroes 15:31 – 16:18
Batman Arkham Origins Blackgate 16:19  – 16:49
Sonic Lost World 16:50 –  17:57
Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag 17:58 – 18:31
Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Dual Destines 18:32 – 19:17
eShop and International Festival of Independent Games 19:18 – 20:06
The Legend of Zelda – The Wind Waker HD / Animal Crossing Link Shirt 20:07 – 20:59
Pokemon X and Pokemon Y / Nintendo 2DS 20:00 0  – 21:15
Street Pass 21:16 – 22:37
Bravely Default 22:38 – 24:52
The Legend of Zelda – A Link Between Worlds 24:53 – 28:18
Kirby 28:19 – END

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One comment on “Did you miss the Nintendo Direct? 10.1.13

  1. Emulateur 3Ds
    11/07/2013

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