Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Technology | By Christopher Mann

Get In The Holiday Mood With Bandai Namco's Go Vacation For Switch

Get In The Holiday Mood With Bandai Namco's Go Vacation For Switch

You can work out the ticketing details from there once you're signed up, but it's imperative to do so if you want a look at the new Smash for Nintendo Switch at all.

Nintendo is likely pushing out this announcement ahead of its big E3 2018 Nintendo Direct, which is set to focus on Super Smash Bros Switch along with (hopefully) containing a few surprises.

In the game, you go on vacation to the tropical Kawawii island and stay in a special resort. Attendees should make sure to add e3expo@e3expo.com to their safe sender lists so the email doesn't get lost in their junk folders.

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E3 2018 runs from June 12 to 14 in Los Angeles.

Nintendo has announced that Go Vacation will release on Nintendo Switch, whisking you away to Kawawii Island where you can enjoy more than 50 different games and activities. It's very important to register because Nintendo will not be allowing on-site registration.

Reservations will not be taken for any other games at Nintendo's booth, which will be available to play on a first-come, first-served basis.

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"We're always looking to improve the ways people can maximize the fun they have with Nintendo at E3", said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America's Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing said in a press release. They can be played solo or with up to four players via a single Nintendo Switch system or local wireless.

Nintendo is also inviting players to bring their Switch consoles to the show, as if you're spotted with your Switch at the Nintendo booth or around E3, you could win an exclusive Nintendo Switch pin, while supplies last.

While Nintendo is kind of presenting it as a new game in the trailer, Go Vacation's roots were planted all the way back in 2011 by Namco Bandai.

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