Nintendo just wrapped up another Nintendo Direct - and it kicked off the streamed event with the debut of a Super Smash Bros. trailer for 3DS and Wii U. Awesome, right?

But that's not all Nintendo teased. For those of you who don't know: Nintendo Direct is a regular online presentation produced by Nintendo, where information regarding Nintendo content, consoles, games, and franchises are revealed. 

Pocket-lint has compiled all the trailers, news, and best bits from Nintendo's latest Nintendo Direct. You therefore don't have to look anywhere else. Just kick back and relax, because Pocket-lint has you covered. Check it all out below.

Where can you watch the latest Nintendo Direct? Well, right here:

The video to Nintendo's streamed event is above. Nintendo also provided a time-stamp sheet in the video's description box. So, if you'd like, you can simply skip to the parts you're most interested in.

Nintendo has announced that Super Smash Bros. will include Punch-Out's boxer, Little Mac. He'll join a gang of fighters that already includes Luigi, Princess Peach, Princess Zelda, and other popular video game characters. You can see the announcement for yourself in the new game trailer that was shown off today (it's at the 30-second mark in the Nintendo Direct video above).

As for when you can expect Developer Project Sora's version of the franchise, it is set to launch in 2014 with cross-platform play on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. 

Nintendo has announced the 3DS golf game Mario Golf: World Tour will begin shipping on 2 May. The game will include a single-player feature called the Castle Club, and it allows players to customise their Miii through the in-game store. If you'd like to hear more about this, and details about a Training mode, check out the Nintendo Direct video above (it's at the 02:50 mark).

Nintendo has announced a release date for 3DS game Kirby Triple Deluxe. It will arrive on 2 May in North America, though it already released in Japan. If you'd like to see a trailer for the Hal Laboratories game, as well as a preview of some in-game Street Pass bonuses, check out the Nintendo Direct video above (it's at the 04:29 mark). 

Nintendo has announced that Pokemon Battle Trozei will land for Nintendo 3DS on 20 March in North America. A European release will occur a week earlier on 13 March. The game is a fresh twist on the Pokemon franchise, and it includes a series of match-three games. Learn more in the Nintendo Direct video above (at the 14:40 mark).

Indie developer Level-5 will release a comedy role-playing game called Weapon Shop de Omasse via the Nintendo 3DS eShop on 20 February, Nintendo has announced. The title is part of Level-5's GUILD series of downloadable games, though it was originally included in the Guild01 compilation not for Western release. Learn more in the Nintendo Direct video above (at the 21:19 mark).

Indie developer Level-5's soccer role-playing game Inazuma Eleven is now available via the Nintendo 3DS eShop in North America and Europe, Nintendo has announced.

The game is about a young soccer player who starts a soccer club at high school, and it includes hundreds of playable characters with different skills. As for the gameplay, it features both matches and role-playing. Check it for yourself in the Nintendo Direct video above (at the 22:39 mark).

Nintendo has revealed a launch trailer for the game Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze. The game won't release until 21 February in North America. Check out the new trailer in the Nintendo Direct video above (at the 27:23 mark).

Nintendo has announced Mario Kart 8 will launch on 30 May. Nintendo revealed last month that the game would release for Wii U consoles across the globe in May. You can watch a new trailer for the game in the Nintendo Direct video above (at the 32:19 mark).

Game Boy Advance games will soon be available on the Wii U Virtual Console. Nintendo said it will start launching them beginning in April in the US and Japan. Confirmed titles for the US include Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and Yoshi's Island Advance. Learn more in the Nintendo Direct video above (at the 31:37 mark).

Developer Platinum Games has shown off a new trailer of Bayonetta 2, its sequel to the third-person action game from 2010. You can watch the new trailer for yourself in the Nintendo Direct video above (at the 37:40 mark).

And that's all the big stuff. Watch the 40-minute long Nintendo Direct event if you'd like to catch any other tidbits.