Let me save you a bunch of cheesy puppet shows and corny jokes and just highlight all the great stuff Nintendo had to offer in their digital event at this year’s E3.
Star Fox Zero for the Wii U started off the show and it looked pretty cool. The game features transforming spacecrafts. The game is set to release later this year around holiday time.
Xenoblade Chronicles X is an open world RPG on the Wii U that is going to be released on December 4th after a long wait since its initial announcement.
Yoshi’s Woolly World gets an October 16 release date. The game will be much like Yoshi’s Island games but with wool and no Baby Mario. It will also work with Amiibo in one of the more creative ways I’ve seen Amiibo used so far
The Legend of Zelda: Triforce The 3DS game is a 3 player co-op Zelda adventure that has players working together to get through the game and features character outfit customization that will affect game play. The game will release in Fall 2015
Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash is the latest game in the Mario Tennis Franchise coming to the Wii U this holiday season. Personally I think the Mario Tennis games are incredible and its the game I am most excited to see
Hyrule Warriors Legends is a 3DS version of the Wii U game by the same name. It will launch with all the DLC from the Wii U version and add a few new characters. Set to Release early 2016
Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival is a new board game, much like Mario Party, on the Wii U that will work with a new set of Amiibo coming out Holiday 2015
Mario and Luigi: Paper Jam is a hybrid style game blending the Mario and Luigi games with Paper Mario and is coming out on 3DS in 2016
Fire Emblem Fates got a western release of some time in 2016 and looks to be a pretty standard Fire Emblem game.
Metroid Prime Federation Force is a weird new Metroid game coming to the 3DS in 2016. It is a co-op action game that doubles as a Metroid style sports game.
Shin Megami Tensei & Fire Emblem. Not a lot of info was given other than a release date of 2016.
Yo-Kai Watch will be coming to the west this year. Yo-Kai Watch is a extremely popular and successful in Japan.
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