Konami Is Set To Reveal Two New Games For Nintendo Switch At E3 2018

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According to Nintendo Life | Latest Updates (This article and its images were originally posted on Nintendo Life | Latest Updates June 6, 2018 at 06:20AM.)

With the exception of a few titles such as Super Bomberman R, Konami is one of the few developers to show a continued investment in Nintendo Switch, but that could be about to change with news that the Japanese firm has two unannounced titles that it plans to unveil at E3 2018.

The two mysterious titles are listed on Konami’s official page on the E3 2018 website, with one stated to be an ‘action/adventure’ and the other a ‘compilation’. With no more details available at the moment, we’re all now left to wonder what Konami could be planning. Could we be seeing a compilation of classic hits from the firm’s past? Switch has become a retro powerhouse since launch, after all. A Bomberman anthology perhaps.

Or maybe, just maybe, Metal Gear could be making its way to Nintendo yet again. Of course, that would be mean without Hideo Kojima’s involvement, but still, it would be a welcome addition to Switch’s library (especially considering a number of Metal Gear titles have made their way to fellow handheld PS Vita over the years).

You’ll have to wait until next week and the Nintendo Direct: E3 2018 broadcast to learn more. Let us know what you’re hoping to see Konami unveil…

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This article and images were originally posted on [Nintendo Life | Latest Updates] June 6, 2018 at 06:20AM. Credit to Author:Dom Reseigh-Lincoln and Nintendo Life | Latest Updates | ESIST.T>G>S Recommended Articles Of The Day.





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