By Bryan Smith on November 13, 2015 at 1:11pm
Nintendo has released it's Nintendo Direct for November, and it has some new reveals, release dates, and more to show to the public. All of the announcements for the American Nintendo Direct can be viewed below.
First, "The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD" was announced for the Wii U. There will be additional tweaks for the gameplay, along with amiibo support for "The Legend of Zelda" amiibo line. A new amiibo, the Midna and Wolf Link figure, was shown and will be part of a bundle with the game.
"The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes" will get a free update, which adds a new level to explore and two new costumes.
"Splatoon" will be getting more free updates, which includes more gear, weapons, and two new dynamic maps (with one accidentally being leaked just before the Direct itself).
"Super Mario Maker" will have a website dedicated to finding levels easier.
"Nintendo Badge Arcade" is a free-to-start game that lets you collect badges to customize your 3DS menu.
"FAST Racing Neo" was shown off, which sparks some extremely similar gameplay to the "F-Zero" games.
Additional "Star Fox Zero" was shown off, using both the touch screen and TV screen to get a better look of your surroundings. It will release on April 22, 2016.
"Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam" was shown off, revealing amiibo support that will help strengthen Mario, Luigi, and Paper Mario during battle. It will release on January 22, 2016.
"Final Fantasy Explorers" will release on January 26, 2016 and will have a collector's edition, which comes with an artbook, 3DS case, soundtrack, and more.
"Fire Emblem Fates" will release on February 19, 2016. There is a special edition that includes all three editions of the game: "Birthright," "Conquest," and "Revelation," with an artbook and 3DS pouch.
The "Mega Man Legacy Collection" for the 3DS will release in a bundle that includes a golden Mega Man amiibo. It will release on February 23, 2016.
"Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow" will be released for the Virtual Console for the 3DS on February 27, 2016. They will support online trading for the Pokemon that can only be acquired through trading.
"Hyrule Warriors Legends" revealed Linkle, the female version of Link, will be a playable character. "Hyrule Warriors Legends" will release on March 25, 2016.
"Dragon Quest VII & VIII" for the 3DS will be coming to America and Europe some time next year.
Lastly and certainly not least, Cloud Strife from "Final Fantasy VII" will be the next DLC character for "Super Smash Bros." for Wii U and 3DS. He will come with the Midgar stage. The Lucas (and other "Animal Crossing" figures/cards) amiibo will release on January 22, 2016. Additionally, there will be a Special Broadcast just for "Super Smash Bros." in December.
Not in the American/European Direct was "Mother 3." That game will be heading to the Virtual Console ... only in Japan at the moment. If it will see a western release isn't known.