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New Nintendo Direct Airing Tomorrow
08 March 2018, 01:50 | Gina Pena
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Nintendo just got in touch to let us (and by extension, you) know that tomorrow (March 8) they're planning on hosting another Nintendo Direct.
While Nintendo is saving the biggest reveals and announcements for tomorrow, the company did acknowledge one game that is guaranteed to be shown.
With anticipation running at a high, the Big N has officially revealed plans for the next Nintendo Direct event. Some fans are hoping to see Super Smash Bros. in the presentation, while others are expecting to see that property pop up in E3. Given all of the hubbub about a certain unholy monster rising to the handheld-console hybrid, we're betting one of those new games will be Diablo III's confirmation on the Switch.
Sharma shines in Mexico with Georgia on his mind
Even so, there was some emotion packed into those two short fist-pumps when his par putt dropped on the final hole. Phil Mickelson watches his shot from the third tee during the second round of the WGC in Mexico March 4, 2018.
Amazon mulling checking-account like product with big banks
A new checking account service would essentially entrench the Seattle-based company even further into the lives of its customers. The retailer would target "young consumers" and people without access to traditional checking accounts, the report says.
China Ready To Hit Back At US
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Saturday that the recent US decision has "no basis", according to local media. Steel producers in Canada, Brazil, Mexico, South Korea and Turkey rely far more heavily on the USA market.
Trump Hotels ousted from Panama property
Until litigation and arbitration involving the property was concluded, Trump officials said, they had no intention of leaving. The lengthy standoff between the Trump Organization and a Panamanian hotel owner came to an end Monday .
North Korea lambasts US for attaching preconditions for talks
North Korea has reiterated that it is willing to talk to the USA , but one official has warned: "We will not beg for dialogue". President Donald Trump warned of a "phase two" that could be "very, very unfortunate for the world" if the steps did not work.