Well, this is a surprise. Nintendo of America has announced it will be hosting a Treehouse: Live event later today featuring the October release Pikmin 3 and the November release Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.
There’ll be a deep dive into Pikmin 3 and a new stage and gameplay details shared about Age of Calamity.
You’ll be able to tune in directly on Nintendo’s website, watch the entire show over on YouTube, or of course, you can participate in our own live stream and chat.
When he’s not paying off a loan to Tom Nook, Liam likes to report on the latest Nintendo news and admire his library of video games. His favourite Nintendo character used to be a guitar-playing dog, but nowadays he prefers to hang out with Judd the cat.
That’s really cool they’re doing more treehouse, but how exactly do they plan this stuff that they announce they’re doing it a few hours before they do it? Do they share Sony’s PR firm or something?
Yay more Age of Calamity coverage!! ( I wish I cared for Pikmin 3 but I am so disappointed it’s another port instead of a proper sequel or even a half baked remaster, damn it looks dated conpared to other Nintendo 1st party titles )
I loved Pikmin 3 on WiiU (and the three others like me who played it would agree) and cannot wait to give it another go with the Co-op in story mode with my children. I played the DLC already, but would do it again.
@Mikeopferman As the second person who played Pikmin 3, I can confirm I am in agreement and can’t wait to play again 😁 Having said that, Age of Calamity is currently consuming all my mental bandwidth. The Zelda brainrot is real 🥺
I’m riding the hype train for sure. Moreso for Pikmin but I’m quite excited for both. I hope we get a more solid idea of the new content and difficulties for Pikmin.
Also, has Nintendo confirmed if Bingo Battle will be online? That would be incredible!
Awesome news. Hopefully we get a new character or two for HW. Also anticipating the new content for Pikmin.
I’m delighted that we’re getting a Treehouse presentation. Always feels a little special, even though its just one long awkward commercial at the end of the day.
All that being said, I’m really trying to go into this game blind, and have been avoiding looking too much into content, so I might just skip this one. I’m beyond stoked that Robbie and Purrah are included, but would have rather stumbled upon this in the game organically.
@NEStalgia That’s called planning. lol Those things are planned months before they actually are out, be it when they are live or not.
Hyped about Age of Calamity but honestly trying to avoid Pikmin 3 right now because I just can’t find the time for another game.Although like @Mikeopferman and @andykara2003 said, I bet Pikmin co-op would be great fun to play with the kiddos!
Anyway, can’t wait to see what new stuff will be shown. Wasn’t the biggest fan of Hyrule Warriors (on Wii U) myself, but hopefully the AoC gameplay will change my mind.
Amazing stuff Last gen I bought these on Wii uMario kart 8 Dk tropical freezeNSMBUNSLUPikmin 3Captain toad treasure trackerSuper Mario 3d worldWonderful 101Bayonetta 1 and 2Tokyo mirage session Hyrule warriorsBreath of the wildRayman legends Lego city undercoverPokken tournamentAnd I get to buy all these again
@MarioLover92 I liked it more on Switch. I had the Wii U version and liked it a lot less (sold it not too long after purchase, didn’t beat it until switch). I was pretty stoked by the Robbie/Pura trailer. I hope they’re playable. Guess I’ll find out in the morning. Hope you do, too. Thanks for the reply.
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