Nintendo was the last to show their goods and even though they didn't have a live press conference, they announced a hefty amount of titles that would help the struggling Wii U. Is it enough to get people excited? It's hard to tell but it's clear they are banking on Super Smash Bros and Bayonetta 2 to end the Wii U's 2014 on a high note. But as we look forward, 2015 looks bright for the Japanese company. Have a look at what they announced below.
Mii Fighters joins the Smash Bros. arena
Amiibo figures announced
The X game revealed last year is now officially called Xenoblade Chronicles X, exclusive to the Wii U
The Legend of Zelda Wii U is coming out in 2015, and it will be open world
Hyrule Warriors gets a release date September 26
Yoshi's Wooly World revealed with a 2015 release
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse announced, exclusive to the Wii U and coming 2015.
Mario Maker announced and coming to the Wii U, also 2015
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker announced for the Wii U
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire E3 trailer
Star Fox for the Wii U was also teased by Miyamoto
Bayonetta 2 comes with Bayonetta 1
Splatoon announced for the Wii U
- Professor Layton vs Pheonix Wright coming to the west August 29.
- Mario vs Donkey Kong announced.
- Smash Bros. 3DS delayed to Ocober 3, 2014.
- Mario Party 10 announced.
- Each Amiibo figure has chips that can store data and interact with compatible games. Games announced that will be compatible are Mario Kart 8, Super Smash Bros. Wii U, Captain Toad, Mario vs Donkey Kong, Mario Party 10.
That's Nintendo's E3 presentation - Short but sweet. After the presentation, the Nintendo Treehouse found at E3 kicked off and was there to show off all the games mentioned. There were also a couple of game announcements that wasn't included in the digital event like Mario Party 10, Mario vs Donkey Kong, Professor Layton vs Pheonix Wright release date, and even confirming that Pac-man would be a playable player in the new Super Smash Bros. Very unusual that they announced some of these discreetly right after the presentation, but that's Nintendo for you.
We will give more of our impressions of what was shown in the press conference in a future post. TMG Podcast E3 Special will go LIVE next week once all the dust has cleared to go through each announcement and reveals one by one.