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Nintendo's Latest "Micro" Direct Was Full of Big News

Surprise! Nintendo came out with a "micro" Direct, complete with tiny Bill Trinen.  Tiny Bill dropped by to drop a whole lot of new game information:

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    Chibi-Robo is back in an all new 3DS side scrolling adventure, Chibi-Robo: Zip Lash.  The game is due out this October.

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    Dr. Mario is also getting a new 3DS game, Miracle Cure. The game is getting an all new item, the "miracle cure" which wipes out colors, viruses, or rows when you fill up the miracle cure bar.

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    The latest Pokémon Mystery Dungeon game will feature all 720 Pokémon, including legendaries. You'll be able to choose from 20 Pokémon to become, and face ever-changing dungeons. The game will arrive this winter.

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    The next Mario & Sonic title takes the Olympic games to Rio. Exclusive to the Wii U version will be rugby, while the 3DS version will have golf to celebrate the sports re-inclusion in the Olympic Games.

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    Splatoon is getting a new weapon based on the NES Zapper, as well as a new map, Port Mackerel, available free today at 7 pm.

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    A new Art Academy is coming to Wii U, complete with the ability to upload time lapsed video of your creative process. Look for it on June 25.

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    Check out the reveal of gameplay for Nintendo's all new Project Treasure.

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    A Little Battlers Experience game based on the anime is coming this August. Battle with extremely custom little robots, just like the characters in the anime.

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    Lastly, Bravely Second, the sequel to JRPG Bravely Default is officially coming to North America in 2016.

    Want to watch the full Direct for yourself? See tiny Bill Trinen in action here:
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