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Here’s A Roundup Of The Nintendo Digital E3 2014 Event

Nintendo’s video games have always had an element that can put great big smiles on people’s faces: It’s that special Nintendo magic. It’s that certain undefinable something that makes people’s eyes light up, whether they’ve been playing for decades or they’re picking up a game for the first time. At this week’s E3 video game trade show in Los Angeles, Nintendo is showcasing the invention and reinvention of video game experiences – from unique new ways to play to new takes on fan-favorite games and franchises.

Interactive figures called “amiibo,” scheduled to arrive this year, can be used with multiple Nintendo games, bringing a touch of Nintendo’s magic to the toys-to-life category. With the addition of amiibo to a solid lineup of games on the way, there has never been a better time to own a Wii U or Nintendo 3DS system.

“Nintendo has always represented a unique source of video game entertainment for the widest range of gamers,” said Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America’s president and chief operating officer. “We create timeless games with twists and turns that provide hours of enjoyment for fans of all ages, and this year with the introduction of amiibo, we’re pushing the creative envelope forward in compelling new ways.”

New Ways to Play: The toys-to-life category as a whole is extremely strong on Nintendo platforms, and Nintendo’s approach with amiibo adds another dimension to the category. Not only can amiibo interact with a particular game, but a single amiibo will continue to entertain in surprising ways, as they can be designed to be compatible across multiple games. Additionally, the Wii U GamePad controller shines in a slate of unique interactive games

  • amiibo: Figures of Nintendo characters can interact with multiple future Wii U and Nintendo 3DS games in unique new ways, providing fresh game-play experiences and a great value for consumers with compatibility across multiple games. Fans can buy and collect amiibo, to bring them closer to the games and characters they love. By the end of the year, Nintendo’s foray into the toys-to-life category will inject energy into the genre. Nintendo will launch amiibo with around 10 figures. More will be launched during the holiday season and throughout 2015. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will be the first game to support amiibo. Other games that will support amiibo include Mario Kart 8, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, Mario Party 10 and Yoshi’s Woolly World, with more to come. A new NFC reader/writer being designed for Nintendo 3DS is scheduled to launch in 2015.
  • Games from Shigeru Miyamoto: Shigeru Miyamoto provides an early look at a slate of games he has in development that use the Wii U GamePad controller in different and interesting ways designed to unlock the full potential of the Wii U console.Nintendo GameCube controller for Super Smash Bros.: Many Super Smash Bros. fans grew up playing Super Smash Bros. Melee for the Nintendo GameCube system, and some will always prefer that system’s controller. The Nintendo GameCube controller also could be used inSuper Smash Bros. Brawl for Wii. To honor that devoted loyalty to a classic way to play, Nintendo is introducing an adapter that lets up to four original Nintendo GameCube or WaveBird controllers work with Wii U. The adapter will be available at a suggested retail price of $19.99. Nintendo is also launching a retro Nintendo GameCube controller with Super Smash Bros. markings at a suggested retail price of $29.99. Additionally, Nintendo is offering a special bundle that includes Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, one special Nintendo GameCube controller and one adapter at a suggested retail price of $99.99. All of these items are scheduled to launch the same day as Super Smash Bros. for Wii U this holiday season.
    • Mario Maker (working title) offers up a Super Mario Bros. dream: the ability for players to use the Wii U GamePad to design levels from scratch. Place blocks and enemies anywhere and play through the level. With the tap of an icon, users can even switch the visual style between a classic 8-bit Super Mario Bros. look and the world of New Super Mario Bros. U in the E3 version. The game is scheduled for the first half of 2015.
    • Star Fox (working title) turns the Wii U GamePad into the view from the cockpit of Fox McCloud’s Arwing fighter. While the TV shows the perspective from behind the Arwing, players can also use the gyro sensors of the GamePad to intuitively and independently target enemies. Players can instantly switch between the Arwing and Landmaster tank with the press of a button, and the game also introduces a new helicopter-type vehicle. The game is scheduled for 2015.
    • Project Giant Robot lets players use the touch screen to build a giant robot. Once complete, the GamePad becomes a cockpit from which players control the robot as they try to knock opponents over. A unique combination of button and motion control adds leverage and momentum to their robotic punches. The game is scheduled for the first half of 2015.
    • In Project Guard the goal is to stop a robot invasion using a security system of 12 cameras as a last line of defense. Players mount a dozen security cameras around a perimeter before the invasion, and then monitor all 12 as the robot army invades. Cameras also can blast lasers, so players must look, search and shoot quickly if they want to survive the onslaught. The innovative use of the two-screen game play makes for a thrilling spectator experience, allowing anyone in the living room to join in on the fun as an additional set of eyes. The game is scheduled for 2015.

New Game Play: When creating new ways to play, Nintendo has been known to come up with new IP that invents a new genre. Sometimes Nintendo brings its magic to an existing category and reinvents it the Nintendo way.

  • Splatoon: Splatoon is a four-on-four multiplayer action game that drops players into a battle arena that two teams strive to claim as their own. Players of each team spray ink on the ground around them while blotting out the opposing team members in turf war competitions. Each character can turn into a squid-like character and swim through his or her own team’s ink – gliding up and down walls and under floors – with ease. Using intuitive controls made possible with the Wii U GamePad’s gyro sensor makes it easy to look around and aim, and the on-screen map displays the entire arena at a glance, both of which feel great and redefine multiplayer action. Splatoon is targeted to launch in the first half of 2015.

Fan-Favorite Characters and Franchises Come to Life in New Ways: Nintendo continues to reinvent the franchises that fans love and keep them fresh. Nintendo has exclusive characters and franchises that suit every taste.

  • The next installment in The Legend of Zelda franchise: The newest game in the franchise, scheduled for 2015, introduces the first truly open world in a game from the series. Players can roam Hyrule Field or set off on a trek to distant mountains if they prefer. Players can get to any area they can see from virtually any direction. That’s one of the ways the game breaks with franchise norms and introduces new ways to play.
  • Super Smash Bros.: The famed fighting franchise appears for the first time in HD on Wii U this holiday season, and on a portable system for the first time on Nintendo 3DS on Oct. 3. New characters, items and arenas add a freshly reinvigorated look and feel. As classic Nintendo characters interact wirelessly in the game, amiibo will add a different dimension to game play. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U will be available at a suggested retail price of $59.99, while the Nintendo 3DS version will be available at a suggested retail price of $39.99.
  • Yoshi’s Woolly World: Yoshi looks like he has been knit from a ball of yarn and placed on the TV screen. This gorgeous HD Wii U game, planned for the first half of 2015, is filled with rich textiles like felt, yarn and cotton that look good enough to touch.
  • Kirby and the Rainbow Curse: This Wii U Kirby adventure, planned for 2015, is set in an HD, stop-motion clay-like world. Everything is made from clay and placed perfectly in a gorgeously sculpted landscape. Touch-screen drawing mechanics with more variations in functions build on the controls of the fan-favorite Nintendo DS game Kirby’s Canvas Curse in this new game.
  • Hyrule Warriors: The game artfully merges the world of The Legend of Zelda and the style of Dynasty Warriors into one legendary hack-and-slash Wii U adventure. Players control hero Link or Princess Zelda, or might opt to play as Impa or Midna in their debut as playable characters. Familiar locations from The Legend of Zelda world subtly change to reflect the art styles of their original games. The game is scheduled to launch on Sept. 26.
  • Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire: Get ready to embark on a new adventure through the Hoenn region. Players will catch, battle and trade Pokémon as they seek answers to the mystery behind Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre and their possible connection to Mega Evolutions. With new challenges to overcome and incredibly powerful Pokémon to encounter, these games are a true evolution in the Pokémon series.
  • Sonic Boom (SEGA): The Sonic Boom franchise comes exclusively to Nintendo platforms this November with Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric for Wii U and Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal for Nintendo 3DS. Both titles will feature the “blue blur” as you’ve never seen him before, as Sonic and his friends embark on two new adventures focused on action, exploration and teamwork.
  • Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (Capcom): Launching exclusively on Nintendo 3DS in early 2015, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will be the newest installment in the popular Monster Hunter series. Along with an expanded set of moves and two new weapon types, players will be able to join the hunt with friends over the Internet via Wi-Fi.

In addition to the games listed above, some of the other games for Nintendo platforms featured at E3 this week include:

Wii U

  • Bayonetta 2 (October 2014): Brimming with intricate battles that take place in, on and all over epic set pieces, Bayonetta 2 finds the sassy heroine battling angels and demons in unearthly beautiful HD. Maniacal magic, warped weapons and some serious attitude make up Bayonetta’s deadly arsenal. Best of all, the original Bayonetta game comes bundled with the retail packaged version of Bayonetta 2, complete with some Nintendo surprises and Nintendo cosplay options for Bayonetta.
  • Mario vs. Donkey Kong (working title) (2015): The charming Mario vs. Donkey Kong puzzle series makes its way to Wii U. This HD entry takes full advantage of the touch screen on the GamePad controller as players guide the Minis (including Mini Luigi) to safety. The game also features a near-limitless puzzle-creation mode that allows fans to share puzzles and leave comments on Miiverse.
  • Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Holiday 2014): The fan-favorite Captain Toad levels from Super Mario 3D World have inspired a game of their own. The intrepid Captain Toad sets off on an adventure through a wide variety of clever, colorful and fun levels that require players to use the GamePad to change their perspective to guide him to coins, gems, stars and safety.
  • Mario Party 10 (2015): A Mario Party becomes a Bowser Party as the player with the GamePad becomes everyone’s fire-breathing nemesis. During “Bowser Party” mode, one player gets to be the fire-breathing Koopa King and wreak havoc during the mini-games, while other players try to dodge his attacks. Players can also enjoy classic Mario Party style game play as well.
  • Art Academy (working title) (2014): Art Academy on Wii U is a robust download-exclusive application that makes it easy for anyone to learn the basics of drawing or get in-depth with more advanced lessons. The Wii U GamePad makes a great canvas to learn, create and share with the most in-depth, robust lessons the series has ever offered.
  • Xenoblade Chronicles X (2015): The next massive sci-fi role-playing game from Monolith Soft, the creators of Baten Kaitos and Xenoblade Chronicles, comes exclusively to Wii U. A terrible intergalactic war leaves just a handful of Earth survivors trying to live in a beautiful yet hostile environment.
  • Skylanders Trap Team (Activision): With Skylanders Trap Team, Portal Masters seek out and defeat the most wanted villains in all of Skylands, pulling them out of the game and into living rooms by capturing them in magical Traps, truly bringing Toys-To-Life and life-to-toys. Players can then send villains back into the game where they play as the villains to fight for good. The Wii U version will be playable at the Nintendo booth. Skylanders Trap Team will be available for the Wii U, Wii and Nintendo 3DS systems on Oct. 5 in North America.
  • Just Dance 2015 (Ubisoft): Just Dance 2015 is the latest in the world’s No. 1 dance game franchise and will be available worldwide in October 2014. Fans can dance along to “Happy” by Pharrell Williams and “Summer” by Calvin Harris while using the fun interactive features like World Dance Floor, the online multiplayer feature and the new Community Remix feature that brings Just Dance fans into the actual game play.

Nintendo 3DS

  • Pokémon Art Academy (October 2014): In Pokémon Art Academy, players take on the role of a young aspiring artist who enrolls in thePokémon Art Academy to learn how to draw Pokémon under the tutelage of Professor Andy. Through novice lessons, the players are taught the basics of art, from simple shapes to coloring, and are introduced to various tools and techniques they will use to create art.
  • Fantasy Life (October 2014): Players embark on the adventure of their dreams as they craft, cast, battle and role-play. The innovative Life system lets players change to one of 12 Life classes at virtually any time to access different abilities. The huge fantasy landscape is filled with surly dark paladins, slick pirate captains and others who share a taste for the unknown.
  • THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL (Square Enix, Inc.): Combining hallmark FINAL FANTASY music with role-playing game (RPG) elements, the new THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL will come to North America on Sept. 16, 2014, exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS system.

Third-Party

Nintendo’s third-party partners are bringing fantastic and original creations to Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Additionally, independent developers are also bringing strong digital-only content to the Nintendo eShop. A number of these indie titles will be showcased within the Nintendo Treehouse: Live @ E3 program throughout the course of the show. These titles include:

  • Affordable Space Adventures (KnapNok Games): The GamePad is your control panel in this exclusive 2D side-scrolling spaceship simulator that requires players to configure all the systems in order to fly around undetected on an alien planet.
  • Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition (DrinkBox Studios): The game is an action-platformer set in a magical Mexican-inspired world. The game features melee combat, a dimension-switching mechanic and cooperative same-screen multiplayer.
  • Shovel Knight (Yacht Club Games): For Shovelry! Run, jump and dig in this lighthearted, classic adventure platformer. Launching June 26,Shovel Knight will include exclusive Miiverse functionality for Wii U, and the Nintendo 3DS version will feature an exclusive Battle Arena mode utilizing StreetPass.
  • Swords & Soldiers II (Ronimo Games BV): This Wii U exclusive side-scrolling strategy game, the sequel to the award-winning 2009 WiiWare game Swords & Soldiers, is set to launch this holiday season.

 

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67 comments

    1. this was just terrible, 3 new 1st party games…they need to sell the wii u, not give a reaso to people to sell theirs

      zelda…can’t wait, graphics are meh, but, ok
      yarn yoshi…platformer
      kirby…platformer
      mario party 10… WTF was that piece of shit
      starfox…we’ll see, but still…

      x,bayonetta,pokemon,smash bros we knew about them, so 4 new games

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      1. No one cares about your opinion when you try to force it on people as fact, and like always, your expectations are unrealistically high, yet so very low for the other two. Still pretty typical.

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      2. as far as i know ps4 and x1 have all the 3rd party support and wii u doesn’t have any, or almost any

        as far as i know, you say nintendo is the best, and yet you are the one who’s having low expectations for them

        as far as i know, wii u is selling badly because nintendo already fucked up with the lack of games, and ps4 is selling good, x1 is selling hell of a lot better than the wii u

        and as far as i know, you’re a fanboy and you will never be dissapointed by what they do

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      3. I like how you tried to use my own argument against me and saying I’m all these things like “fanboy”.
        Do you even know what a “fanboy” is? Can you take a look at my name? Can you go back and look at the few times where I criticized Nintendo?
        As far as I know, you try to act smart, yet in the end, you always fall flat on your face, then you get back up like nothing happened.
        And please enlighten me how the Wii U is selling so badly, especially since MK8 release and your so reluctant to damage control Oh Great One, I really like an explanation that makes logical sense than an opinion of dumbass that you claim as fact. Please, go on, take the spotlight, I’m waiting, because so far, you haven’t done anything to change my mind.
        Here, I’ll make you a deal, give me a good explanation, then I will stop making look like an idiot in front of the interwebs.
        Ready? Go.

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      4. i’m not here to change your mind, i’m here to point out the facts, and the fact is that the wii u is selling horribly, now that mario kart 8 is out, it gave it a boost which will last for a month and then sales will flop again.

        also i’m not acting smart, i am smart, your name is valve admiral glados, so what if you’re a valve fan, you should go somewhere where there are valve games, cause they ain’t here, boy

        you really like talking shit, but your entire message is about me being wrong, and yet you haven’t done anything to PROVE me wrong, ya dumb piece of shit

        PIECE OUT U

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      5. No your not. If you really were smart, then why can’t you convince and idiot like me? Because your not.
        Also I said “No dumbass opinions”.
        You failed again.
        So go an crawl into your corner of butthurt, because you know I’m right. I can tell since you had the impulse of an ape to do so and to insult me.
        So, you have proven nothing. Once again, you have fell flat on you face and got up again like nothing happened.
        Check yourself before you shrek yourself.

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      6. I already have a pencil, now where is your’s, forgot to sharpen it? Do worry, there’s a pencil sharpener down the hall to the left and in the room of common sense.

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      7. hahaha, i love the way you’re trying to defend yourself by acting stupid lol

        btw. not even starfox has been shown this e3, i’ve been watching the treehouse shit…nope, no starfox, there’s your nintendo

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      8. but you’re the one complaining. We’re happy with the announcements even if it’s last years news or this years, at least we know when they’re coming out and that it still looks good.

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      9. wasnt that splatter game one of the new ones?
        Im expecting starfox to be covered in one of the 4, but seriously hoping for metroid (with online), Some kind of pokemon wiiU game, and finally a REAL surprise from Miyamoto. I hope it isnt some crappy game like wii music ended up being… guess all i can do is hope.

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      10. let me rephrase. Pokemon WiiU with some sort of online integration. Pokemon Snap? Pokemon MMO? … a mix of BOTH?!

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  1. E3 results.
    Microsoft Wins
    Nintendo second place (honorable mention)
    Sony third place (disappointing showing but they will sure kick some ass in 2015 for sure)
    Forth place – aborted Down syndrome fetus which lost its life at the hands of Nintendo Commander Quadraxis.. You sick fuck!!

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    1. I think you did the list wrong.

      E3 results.
      Nintendo first place.
      Sony Second place.
      Mircosoft, disappointing 3rd place, like always.
      Fourth place, Sasori failing and getting butthurt, don’t worry, you go first place for biggest embarrassment of this year’s E3. ;D

      There I fixed it for you. ;)

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      1. In my opinion, Sony and Nintendo share the 1st place. Both had a few really cool things, but nothing mindblowing. Just my personal opinion though.

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      2. Y’know what, yeah. Once I saw Uncharted 4, end of story. Basically, I guess that’s all I was waiting for and I knew it.

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    2. HAAAAHA!!! in what alt dimension did you watch e3. Microsoft did terrible compared to rest. It was overall underwhelming, but Sony/Nintendo were miles ahead of MS.

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    3. Microsoft is groveling on their knees trying to say how sorry they are all while gargling on the Wii U’s enourmously RIPE ballsack

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    1. No…

      They said that a new game will be shown at the treehouse event that hasn’t been showed at all anywhere…

      Hopefully it’s that one…

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  2. Microsoft’s show was OK… That Or I game was their best, but Nintendo went balls out this year! I thought they won because most of the Gabe’s they showed were good. Sony did OK, I’d say a tie for both Microsoft and Sony. Really wanted to see some gameplay of both Halo and Uncharted

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  3. What the HECK?!
    If the digital event is already over with, why can’t I watch it on YouTube? When I click on the video on YouTube, nothing even plays. Even on Nintendo’s site, nothing happens when I try to play the video. It must not be compatible for playing on the Wii U (which is what I’m using to write this).

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  4. Ohmg! Did you see the new Zelda? Also I’m getting that Toad Game and Devil’s third and Amiibo toys for the Wii U. I’m going to train them an fight them!!!! Will its obvious who won E3. Also tell Ubisoft fuck them!!!

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    1. Well, I for one will let Ubisoft know where they can stuff their “family and friends” game when they decide to reveal it.

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  5. I couldn’t be more excited. I don’t care who wins or loses E3. All I care about is the fact that there are going to be more games for my WiiU coming soon!

    Also, give me that Captain Toad game RIGHT NOW.

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  6. For God’s sake, why are we talking about winners and losers? Who cares, this is a Nintendo site. For me, Nintendo knocked it out of the park. They’ve got me covered for the next year and a half of gaming. I look forward to the reveal of the unannounced 3DS game still to come.

    Also, stop moaning about the figures. Admit Amiibo is a great name, and realise that it would be foolish for Nintendo to not jump on that particular bandwagon with their cast of very recognisable characters. Not sure about Wii Fit Trainer having a figure though! That’ll be the one no one wants.

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  7. I enjoyed every bit, I don’t understand why everyone feels so whiny and disappointed. Nintendo shows over 10+ games and everyone still asks for Captain Falcon and Metroid. Be happy with everything we are getting instead of focusing on what we aren’t.

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    1. Agreed. I’m getting tired of the people that whine about the Wii U not having a lot of games & still whine even when it does get a lot of games all because it’s not the games THEY wanted.

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  8. Don’t get me wrong, I really thought Nintendo did a very good job with this E3, but…but…damn the thing I was waiting for the most, Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem, a game announced over a year ago and still no new information on it. Worried it was cancelled :(

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  9. Amiibo: I can’t wait for these figurines to come. I’m so getting a lot of them. Mainly of my favorite characters.

    Mario Maker: Making levels isn’t my kind of thing but the level designing looks simple enough, so I might give it a try if nothing better comes out in the month it does.

    Star Fox U: The use of the Gamepad’s gyro sensor should be fun, and it should make some of the people that want more use out of the Gamepad happy. I say some because others were probably wanting something else & others will complain that it’s just motion control.

    Project Giant Robot: Giant robots that I myself build sounds awesome. I like the use of the Gamepad’s screen as a 1st person viewpoint while the TV is used as a 3rd person viewpoint. I like how Star Fox U is using the Gamepad’s screen in the same way. Here’s hoping Metroid for Wii U does the same thing because I REALLY don’t want another Metroid title that is solely 1st person even though I loved Metroid Prime Trilogy.

    Project Guard: Meh. Sounds interesting. I might get it if nothing better comes out in the month it does.

    Splatoon: As I said in the article solely for this game, fuck EA’s Battlefield & Titanfall! This game will definitely be worth getting over any of E-immature backstabbing bastards-A’s games.

    Legend of Zelda U: Open world & it has the awesome graphics of Skyward Sword but in HD? Fuck yes! Screw the whiners that are mad it’s not another bland colored realistic game. I love Twilight Princess but the graphics weren’t truly THAT great. If they don’t get this new Zelda because of the artstyle, their loss. It won’t diminish my enjoyment of the title. I’m actually hoping it’s a sequel to Skyward Sword with a story that shows the founding of Hyrule in depth. What better story to have for an open world for a Legend of Zelda title than the land that hasn’t become Hyrule yet. Maybe the game’s story will progress over a decade or two that shows the land slowly having new landmarks built with each time skip.

    Super Smash Bros 4 Wii U & 3DS: I can’t wait to use the new characters like Rosalina, Palutena, Lil Mac, Megaman, the Mii Fighters, Wii Fit Trainer. I also can’t wait to use Link, Samus, Mario, Zelda, Princess Peach, Bowser, Sonic, Ike, Marth, & many other veterans yet unannounced in HD.

    Yoshi’s Woolly World: Finally a Yoshi only game that I’ll gladly buy.

    Kirby & the Rainbow Curse: Too bad I’m not much of a Kirby guy.

    Hyrule Warriors: I love Zelda’s outfit. The fact she uses a rapier would be a letdown if not for the fact we can actually change the weapon a character uses. Then again, a rapier fits her but I was hoping for some magic based attacks similar to Kanbei from Samurai Warriors. I also look forward to using Impa & Midna. That Ganondorf teaser, though! Why only a teaser!?

    Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire: I’m getting Omega Ruby for me, so I’ll get Alpha Sapphire for my wife.

    Sonic Boom: After seeing the gameplay for the Wii U version, I might actually get it now. Of course, it’ll ultimately depend on what other games come out the month it does.

    Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate: The only thing I have to say for this is… IT BETTER COME WITH NINTENDO OUTFITS & WEAPONS DCL!! Other than that, I can’t wait for this game for my 3DS.

    Bayonetta 2: I can’t wait to kick demon & angel ass alike if any one of them get in my way. The Nintendo cosplay outfits better be for both the sequel & the original. I’m so glad they are giving us both the sequel with the original as an extra game.

    Captain Toad: Another game purchase that will depend on what else comes out that month. If not, this game will definitely be a purchase either day 1 or down the road when I can actually afford it.

    Mario Party 10: The Bowser take over stuff sounds awesome. But the fact people aren’t thrilled with the car makes me wary of the game. If it has online play, I might get the game for the ability to compete with people from across the country, or globe if the game’s online isn’t region locked. Again, this will be another purchase that depends on what other game comes out that month.

    Xenoblade Chronicles X: 2006 graphics, 2007 graphics is what it looks like from the trailer? So? It could be graphics from 2003 & I still won’t give a fuck. I loved the first Xenoblade Chronicles & that game’s defining traits were the gameplay & the open world aspect of it. Nevermind the fact the graphics for the game looked like something from the Gamecube. The Gamecube had some impressive looking games, anyway.

    Fantasy Life: I need more gameplay footage before I make a decision. It looks like it’ll be fun as hell, though. I hope a demo comes out first so I can see if I’ll really like it. The demo for Bravely Default is what ultimately got me to buy the game for my 3DS, so maybe a demo of Fantasy Life will do the same for it.

    Affordable Space Adventures: Need more gameplay footage. A demo would be nice. But from what I’ve seen, the game looks like it’ll be fun.

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    1. @Tallon Ridley XIII: Kalas,
      Even if Mario Party 10 DOES have online modes, it won’t be fun if people cheats like they do in Mario Kart 8 and Mario Golf: World Tour (how the heck can anyone get a -25 score?). I used to consider myself the Mario Party grand master! I always won the mini-game award at the end. I was an expert at fast button mashing. But I’m willing to bet that if I played online, I’d feel like everyone was cheating again.

      My biggest wish for Mario Party 10 is……..LET THE WINS BE BASED ON SKILL, NOT LUCK! Nintendo ruined the last several Mario Party games by letting people win y luck. If I remember right, the first two Mario Party games were skilll-based. And they were FUN!!

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  10. Top 10 Best Nintendo Digital Event Moment at E3

    1. The Legend of Zelda for Wii U
    2. Iwata vs. Reggie
    3. Bayonetta 2
    4. Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
    5. Splatoon
    6. Xenoblade Chronicles X
    7. Hyrule Warriors
    8. Devil’s Third
    9. Yoshi’s Woolly World
    10. Amiibo

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