What besides Mario will we see in the March Nintendo Direct?

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With anticipation running at a high, the Big N has officially revealed plans for the next Nintendo Direct event.

Nintendo has been praised for the incredible year-one lineup that saw a simultaneous entry in both open-world Legend of Zelda and Super Mario entries as well as new titles like Splatoon 2, ARMS, and the remastered Mario Kart 8.

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You'll be able to watch tomorrow's stream either on the official Nintendo Direct website or on YouTube, with the show set to kick off at 10pm GMT / 11pm CET.

Or Nintendo fans will get a different third-party port that they weren't expecting, like the aforementioned Dark Souls or something even more tantalizing, maybe Final Fantasy XV?

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Bayonetta 3 was already announced in 2017 and with the success of the first two games on the Switch, many players are looking forward to the next chapter in the story.

What do you hope to see during the March 8 Nintendo Direct?

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