Now a Switch version of Skyrim is set for November 13, 2017, as announced during Wednesday's Nintendo Direct video, which also contained news of another long-awaited adventure, Xenoblade Chronicles 2. I wasn't too big on Xenoblade Chronicles X for changing up the art style so dramatically, but 2 looks more similar to the original (which is one of my favorite games on the Wii).
Egypt court upholds ousted president Morsi's 25-year in jail
The court also upheld death sentences for three other defendants, a life sentence and a 15-year sentence for two others. The Egyptian Court of Cassation's ruling, which reduced Morsi's original sentence in the case by 15 years, is final.
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In hitting five field goals, Nordin tied a school record for field goals in a game and bumped his season total up to 11. Wolverines defenders Devin Bush and Mike McCray each had 18 tackles, with Bush adding on a sack.
Singapore condemns North Korea's latest 'dangerous and brazen provocation'
The South Korean defense ministry said the live-fire ballistic missile drill was approved by President Moon Jae-In. It came on the heels of the adoption of a United Nations resolution imposing harsher sanctions against Pyongyang.
From what has been heard, Tetsuya Nomura, the director of Kingdom Hearts 3, was brought to help with character design and it certainly shows in the trailer.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has become one of the most-desired games for RPG fans on the Nintendo Switch, and with good reason - while Xenoblade Chronicles X was a bit of an iffy entry in the series, the original Xenoblade on Wii is beloved for good reason - it's an absolutely incredible game. Along with the release date, Nintendo has also revealed the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Special Edition.