Nintendo hosted Nintendo Direct last night at 10pm, revealing a range of release dates and new footage of the 3DS titles coming this spring and summer.

Below you'll find all the info.

Kirby: Planet Robobot: Invaders have mechanised Dream Land! To restore his home to its original form, Kirby must use the invaders' technology against them with the new Robobot Armour, which can even destroy a variety of obstacles in his way. The Team Kirby Clash mode lets up to four players select one of four roles, and participate in a co-op quest to defeat foes while supporting their team. Completing a quest grants players experience points to level-up and grow more powerful.

The game is compatible with all amiibo figures, some of which give Kirby character-specific abilities. A new series of Kirby amiibo figures that includes Kirby, King Dedede, Meta Knight and Waddle Dee gives Kirby a copy ability specific to each character. Tapping the Kirby figure is the only way to get the UFO ability. The game and these four amiibo launch June 10.

Fire Emblem Fates: Having just had the best-ever launch for the series in the United States, Fire Emblem Fates arrives in Europe on May 20. Three distinct campaigns await players: fight for Hoshido in Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright, side with Nohr in Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest, or refuse to choose a side in Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation, launching as add-on content in Nintendo eShop on June 9. Ardent strategy RPG enthusiasts can pick up all three campaigns at once on May 20 in the Fire Emblem Fates Special Edition, which contains all three games on one Game Card, an art book, an exclusive SteelBook cover and a double-sided poster. The New Nintendo 3DS XL Fire Emblem Fates edition system also launches on the same day.

Metroid Prime: Federation Force: This next chapter in the Metroid Prime series is a first-person adventure fused with puzzle solving, focused on shooting and co-op gameplay. Players take on missions that tell the story of the battle between the Galactic Federation's elite Federation Force unit and the Space Pirates. Each player must select and carry specific sub-weapons based on their preferred roles. The game launches this summer.

Rhythm Paradise Megamix: The game offers more than 100 rhythm games, with 30 brand new rhythm games on top of 70 selected from previous entries in the series, including the original Game Boy Advance title, which was never released in Europe. Rhythm Paradise Megamix launches later this year.

Monster Hunter Generations: The newest instalment in the popular action RPG series from Capcom is making its way to the west this summer. The new Style system and Hunter Arts create the most customisable Monster Hunter experience yet, while players will now have the option to play as a Felyne for the first time ever. The game will feature a special collaboration armour set based on Marth from the Fire Emblem series, while anyone who plays Monster Hunter Generations on a Nintendo 3DS system with Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate save data will unlock bonus content in the new game. Hunters can get a first look at the English version of the game in a livestream hosted by Capcom Europe at 7pm GMT today.

Disney Art Academy: Discover your inner artist to capture the stunning visuals of over 80 Disney and Pixar characters. With advice and lessons inspired by Disney art and Pixar animations, learn to use a bundle of different drawing tools to create Elsa and Olaf from Disney Frozen, characters from Disney Inside Out, Mickey Mouse, and more. You can even share your creations with your friends. Disney Art Academy launches on July 15.

YO-KAI WATCH: This series is already a big part of videogame culture in Japan, and European fans will get to seek out and befriend mysterious Yo-kai that are causing mischief all around the town of Springdale. The game will arrive on April 29, and players keen to jump into the world of YO-KAI WATCH can get a sneak peek with a new demo, available to download from Nintendo eShop. Now.

Hyrule Warriors: Legends: Players can leap into battle with a demo available to download from Nintendo eShop. When the full game launches on March 24, players can buy a season pass to get access to four upcoming DLC packs and an exclusive bonus costume for Ganondorf. These packs will also be available for purchase individually during the next few months. In addition, Medli from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker will be available as a free download - for both Hyrule Warriors: Legends on Nintendo 3DS and Hyrule Warriors on Wii U -at the same time as the first DLC pack.

DRAGON QUEST VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past: Travel to the past to save the present in this classic DRAGON QUEST adventure that has been completely remade from the ground up for Nintendo 3DS. The world has been rebuilt, the characters have new 3D models and the story has been completely re-localised. The game launches later this year.

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