Which games from Nintendo Direct are available for pre-order?

Posted: 11 February 2022 5:10 pm
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Nintendo has once again wowed gamers with the latest Nintendo Direct. Here are all the games showcased that you can pre-order today and where to do it.

As usual, the latest Nintendo Direct had fans chomping at the bit to try out all the amazing-looking games featured. While you'll have to wait a while to get your hands on some of these titles, here are all the featured games that are currently available for pre-order in Australia.

Note: When it comes to pre-ordering games, our advice is to wait until the reviews come out to ensure you're not buying a stinker. With that said, if you have complete confidence in the developer or IP, securing a copy in advance is a good way to score a discount and exclusive DLC.


<em>Triangle Strategy</em> (4 March)
Triangle Strategy (4 March)

A demo for this game was released onto the Switch eShop during the Nintendo Direct, and it looks like the game is going to live up to the hype. This tactical RPG promises to deliver the enthralling experience we're used to seeing from Square Enix. Order it now on Amazon for $10.95 off the recommended retail price.



Pre-order now for $69 (was $79.95)

<em>Kirby and the Forgotten Land</em> (25 March)
Kirby and the Forgotten Land (25 March)

Kirby and the Forgotten Land has been much-hyped for months now. The latest Nintendo Direct showed off the new Mouthful Mode. In the trailer, Kirby swallows a car and begins zooming around the map, before engulfing a vending machine and shooting soft drinks at enemies. We can't wait for this game, and thanks to Amazon, you can pre-order at a $10.95 discount.



Pre-order now for $69 (was $79.95)

<em>Advance Wars 1 + 2: Re-boot Camp</em> (30 April)
Advance Wars 1 + 2: Re-boot Camp (30 April)

Older gamers are bursting with excitement at the release of this remaster of the iconic Game Boy series. Boasting new features such as expanded voiceover work and a custom map generator, this release is sure to delight old fans and new.



Pre-order now for $68 (was $79.95)

<em>Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes</em> (24 June)
Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes (24 June)

The follow-up to Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Houses recreates the universe of its predecessor, but offers an entirely new story for gamers to enjoy. This legendary series just gets better with age, and we're sure this will be a worthy addition.



Pre-order now for $69

<em>Mario Kart 8 Deluxe</em> DLC (18 March)
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe DLC (18 March)

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has been out for some time, but in yesterday's Nintendo Direct, it was revealed that Nintendo will be adding a massive 48 new race tracks to the game, the first batch of which will be released on 18 March. If you haven't got your hands on Mario Kart 8 Deluxe yet, grab it on Amazon for $10.95 off in time to enjoy the new tracks.



Buy now for $69 (was $79.95)

You can preorder the Booster Course Pass from Nintendo here.


Nintendo Switch Sports, the successor to the iconic games that kicked off the Wii generation, is available to pre-order from EB Games and JB Hi-Fi. It is due to be released on 29 April.

Unsure if the Nintendo Switch is right for you? Check our Finder review here.

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