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Random: A Reddit User Correctly Leaked Half Of Yesterday’s Nintendo Direct Ahead Of Time

Uh-oh.

There were roughly 30 games shown off in total during yesterday’s Nintendo Direct, including releases of popular third-party games, new indies, and even some new and remastered Nintendo releases, but thanks to a leak over on Reddit, around half of them (or their titles, at least) were already doing the rounds online ahead of time.

A known leaker going by the name PracticalBrush12 shared a list of titles just a couple of hours before the presentation was due to start. The accuracy on show – particularly when it comes to brand new games like Mario Golf: Super Rush which hadn’t been revealed at all before the Direct – suggests that the Reddit user certainly has inside knowledge when it comes to Nintendo’s presentations.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

Uh-oh.

There were roughly 30 games shown off in total during yesterday’s Nintendo Direct, including releases of popular third-party games, new indies, and even some new and remastered Nintendo releases, but thanks to a leak over on Reddit, around half of them (or their titles, at least) were already doing the rounds online ahead of time.

A known leaker going by the name PracticalBrush12 shared a list of titles just a couple of hours before the presentation was due to start. The accuracy on show – particularly when it comes to brand new games like Mario Golf: Super Rush which hadn’t been revealed at all before the Direct – suggests that the Reddit user certainly has inside knowledge when it comes to Nintendo’s presentations.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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