If you missed it live but only want to catch the games, here's everything.
This one was Nintendo's collection of reaction-based mini-games showing off the JoyCon controllers.
Extended one-on-one boxing. Looks fun.
Fire Emblem Warriors
Thought they might have gone with Hyrule Warriors 2, but this'll do.
Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Thought it might have been a port of Xenoblade Chronicles X, but it'll just be a sequel. Makes sense, although we'll have to wait a while for this.
Super Mario Odyssey
3D Mario! It looks weird, and great all at the same time.
Super looking forward to this.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Mario Kart got shown off a fair bit, but nothing was actually said about the game. Nintendo uploaded a separate video to their YouTube, however, confirming that the game will launch on April 28.
Super Bomberman R
Puyo Puyo Tetris
The Third-Party Titles
There wasn't any specifics, but the other games were: Minecraft, a Dragon Ball Z game, I Am Setsuna, Minecraft: Story Mode, Sonic, Skyrim, Just Dance, FIFA, Street Fighter, NBA 2k18, Lego City Undercover, Farming Simulator, Skylanders Imaginators, Project Octopath Traveler, Rayman Legends, Has Been Heroes.
Has Been Heroes was rated by the Classification Board yesterday.
The article originally appeared on Kotaku Australia.