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Nintendo Is Set To Reveal E3 2015 Plans Tomorrow

Wow, it’s nearly that time again when we gather to find out exactly what Nintendo has in store for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U for the rest of the year. Nintendo of America has tweeted that their E3 plans will be revealed at 9am PT tomorrow. It should certainly be interesting to find out what they are planing to do this year.

Thanks, N-Dub Nation

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    1. Er, what move would that be? Last two years they had short videos teasing their E3 plans, one featuring Mega64, with the primary purpose being to reveal the date and time, and I imagine this will run along the same lines. The big pre-E3 reveal last year was “just” the Gamecube adapter anyways. This one might be a Punch Out related teaser or something, based on that pic of Reggie.

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  1. Can every company do this? Actually can every company just announce everything tomorrow instead and show E3 for the worthless piece of garbage it truly is?

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  2. Sticker Star for Wii U please. Id rather have it than Starfox. Its just that oeople dont have imagination and dont appreciate stickers as an acceptable concept.

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    1. You don’t have imagination if you can’t appreciate a talking fox, rabbit, falcon, and frog flying through the sky and space as an acceptable concept.

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    2. sticked star had very poor design choices, the stickers could have been great but they were implemented in a way that was very counter productive

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  3. I will be in great anticipation. Whether they take the stage or if it’s a pre-recorded Direct I can’t wait to see what they have to show us. I just hope they bring back the Treehouse, that was unique and new and awesome at the same time

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    1. That’ll be awesome. If it does happen I just hope they add some new characters while keeping some of the older ones. One new character for Punchout Wii was sort of a letdown even though the game was phenomenal

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      1. If Nintendo did the ‘same bullshit’ as last year, then that’s actually a good thing. Last Year was great, so I hope that they do the same thing as last year. The Treehouse event and everything…

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      2. At the very least, the Treehouse will. Showing off these games more in depth, definitely increases the excitement of a reveal. I have a feeling that Starfox will be the main focus at this year’s Treehouse.

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  4. I don’t want more punch out. Especially as a main attraction. We need a Pokémon RPG or Pokémon Snap 2.
    Maybe more Pikmin and Mario 3D World DLC too

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    1. More Punch Out??? Punch Out games are few and far between. Heck, I’m certain that gap between the previous 2 Punch Out’s were between SNES and Wii, so about 15+ Years at least.
      That being said, I agree with you, as Punch Out isn’t a massive Franchise, it shouldn’t be made out to be the biggest game that they could show this year. That Honour should go to Starfox, as no Zelda will be shown off this year.

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  5. Would be nice if Black ops III and new assassins creed were announced for Wii U. We don’t need more third party games being skipped

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    1. Thankfully, Ubisoft already confirmed the next Assassin’s Creed game will not be coming to Wii U. Considering how bad Unity was, I’m putting no faith in Syndicate to be any better because Ubisoft does not learn from their mistakes.

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    1. I can see a new game selling well and all, but to be leading with it, no, not unless their announcing it for the Kinect…on xbox….other wise I dont see it being that big of a deal on wii U.

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  6. Does that mean the new game being made by Retro Studio’s is a new Punch-Out game, not Metroids as eveyone hopes it is?

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    1. It would most likely be Next Level games. They made the previous entry. And they’ve been working on a new game for a while.

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    1. There’s already 3 though. Ocarina of Time 3D, A Link Between Worlds and Majoras Mask 3D. A New 3DS Exclusive Zelda game I can see.

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  7. predictions for E3, new cheaper version of the wii U (digital only?) tease for the Zelda coming out next spring. mostly talk just for 2015, xenoblade DLC, smash brothers DLC, Mario kart 8 DLC, NEW 3DS games, (ports of wii and gamecube games) new account system well finnaly bring cross buy, and digital recovery (no more stupid system transfer, just log in and download your digital content) announce what project giant robot and shield are in in final form. new punch out, reveal of star fox, possibly a new paper Mario. lots of indie games announced, and possible update coming to splatoon giving it voice chat. Tokyo game show well probably announce upcoming games, and CES well probably show off their QOL project

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    1. I know I’ve said it/hoped for it the past two E3s but I gotta believe Metroid will be shown. Nintendo hasn’t said anything this year about upcoming games. The Wii U’s future looks bland, so I’m hoping that’s because they’re holding back on Metroid.

      Surely Retro knows after the Tropical Freeze reveal that people only want them to make Metroid.

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  8. Nintendo probably are preparing for the hardcore fighting against Sony and Microsoft at E3 2015 in the month of June. Good Luck to Nintendo at E3 2015.

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  9. Personally, I’m hoping they don’t show a new Punch Out. I know it sounds selfish, but I couldn’t care less about that series. Boring.

    Here’s hoping for Metroid or something. At least we’ll finally see Star Fox.

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  10. Mole Mania 2, Treasure of the Argonians: StarTropics 3, Cubivore MMO, Tingle Open-World action game for Wii U, Donkey Kong Jr. Math Country, Project H.A.M.M.E.R., Brain Age RPG, Link’s Cross Bow Training 2, Ice Climbers Party, eReader peripheral for 3DS, Radar Scope Evolved, Pokemon Mini Anniversary themed New 3DS and Yakuza X Animal Crossing crossover.

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