Video: Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics Trailer Shows Off All 51 Games

    Original Article (Tue 28th Apr, 2020 12:00 BST): Nintendo has released a brand new trailer for Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics (or just 51 Worldwide Games, as it’ll be known in Europe), giving us a quick look at each and every game included.

    It’s only available in Japanese at the moment – we’ll make sure to update the article with an English-language version should one appear – but you can still check out all of the games you’ll be able to play. There are all sorts of different experiences on offer like Chess, Mancala, Four-in-a-row, Renegade, Slot Cars, Toy Boxing, and more, and everything’s looking very lovely indeed.

    If you didn’t know, the game is actually a follow-up to Clubhouse Games on the Nintendo DS, known as 42 All-Time Classics in Europe. It was first revealed in the Nintendo Direct Mini which aired in March and will launch on 5th June.

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