GenGAME writes: "After last month’s Wii U Direct, I think we’re all done with big Wii U announcements for awhile. And frankly, I’m fine with that – Nintendo needs to save something big for E3. And that’s fine – E3 should be Wii U’s moment to shine, to prove itself as a serious competitor for the next generation.
"That’s why I think that, if anything, the Nintendo Direct set for tomorrow, February 14 is going to feature mostly confirmations related to titles we’ve already seen... because it’s time to figure out when all those “launch window” games are actually coming out.
"But I think Nintendo would be remiss not to feature some kind of major announcement or serious news at the presentation..."