With an array of promising new software to be unveiled at this years E3 event, Nintendo vow to show a captivating amount of new titles this year to make up for last years anti-climax.
Whilst nothings been confirmed, it does seem apparent that Nintendo are embracing the press more than usual during the run up to this years E3 event. Hopefully this means that we will given more insight into some of the bigger titles that are currently under top-secret development at Nintendo R&D, unlike last years event in which we saw a disappointingly small scattering of first party titles.
We haven’t announced a launch date for The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, maybe we’ll do that at E3. You know, everyone wants to know what we’re going to announce at E3 and my answer is, come to E3 and you’ll see…
From Nintendo’s perspective, we always go into E3 with a very high bar wanting to satisfy not only the core fans but also ourselves. We’re hoping to do a much better job this year. You’ll have to see for yourself.
Hope without faith ain’t worth a damn, so I’m praying to all deities that the stars will align for Nintendo to have a stellar E3.
I don’t know. I say don’t expect a lot; that way if you get more than you ask for you’ll be content.
I really hope this will include a new starfox game. And not one of those Starfox: assault games, something like Starfox 64. Also, they need to release EarthBound on the virtual console.