Last week was E3 2019, and Nintendo were not shy showing off a ton of content for two high profile games they are working on with KOEI Tecmo. Two games were shown in particular, both titles releasing this July. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order and Fire Emblem: Three Houses, that got new trailers and Nintendo Treehouse Live got knee deep in both of the games’ mechanics.
You can view all of the Nintendo Treehouse Live gameplay below:
It’s safe to say both games are looking like a whole lot of fun, and there is not long to wait for them either!
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order releases July 19th while Fire Emblem: Three Houses launches July 26th, both exclusive to Nintendo Switch.
What are your thoughts on the gameplay shown via Nintendo Treehouse Live @ E3 2019? Will you be picking either games up? Let us know in those comments!
Unless you have been living under a rock the past few decades, you’d know that it is E3 next week (June 11-13), the biggest gaming expo around the world. With an event of this size it is no wonder that KOEI Tecmo will be showing off titles. However with Sony dropping out from this years event what would KOEI Tecmo be able to show?
This year is going to be all Nintendo from the looks of things, as they are a big player on the E3 playing field. The three major titles that KOEI Tecmo are involved in will be Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, Dragon Quest Builders 2 and Fire Emblem: Three Houses. If Dragon Quest Builders 2 doesn’t get featured on Nintendo’s Treehouse livestreams, it will more than likely appear during Square-Enix’s conference – showing both the PS4 and Nintendo Switch versions.
We hope to see some decent play time with Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 as well as any more information we can scrape from Fire Emblem Three Houses, which looks to bring great strategical action to the table.
With Sony not turning up, we can safely say there will be no information regarding the upcoming Ni-Oh 2, which recently got a closed alpha test. There is a slight chance A.O.T 2: Final Battle will show up, but that will simply depend if the Nintendo Treehouse team decide to play it.
As for new titles or reveals? We do hope to hear something new from KOEI Tecmo, and the most likely reveal would be a new collaboration with Nintendo, perhaps even a sequel to Hyrule Warriors or another Warriors mix with a Nintendo IP.
Either way, there will be three titles definitely shown for us all to look forward to seeing, with new details and full gameplay. The three games in question release throughout July 2019.
What are you hoping to see at E3 2019 from KOEI Tecmo? Would you like to see a new collaboration effort? Let us know in those comments!
For those of you who may be living under a rock, Nintendo had their first proper Nintendo Direct earlier in the week. Along with this we had gotten a bevy of news and surprises for gaming, including numerous details on KOEI Tecmo.
It was confirmed now that Fire Emblem: Three Houses has been given an official release date and appeared on the Switch eShop, it showcases that KOEI Tecmo are also developing the game alongside Nintendo and Intelligent Systems. This isn’t the first time KOEI Tecmo has lent their aid to co-develop other publisher’s IP, such as upcoming Dragon Quest Builders 2 from Square-Enix.
We are yet to know what exactly KOEI Tecmo are developing for the game, but can only think it’s to do with the Strategy RPG nature of the combat, which KT specialise in (outside of their Warriors gameplay).
You can check out the Nintendo Direct trailer for Three Houses below:
Fire Emblem: Three Houses launches worldwide July 26th exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.
What are your thoughts on KOEI Tecmo’s involvement with Nintendo’s Fire Emblem IP again? Are you glad to see KOEI Tecmo dip their toes in these kind of projects? Let us know in those comments!