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Submitted by nintendofeed 893d ago | opinion piece

Nintendo at E3 2013 - Mission Accomplished

Nintendo very early on wanted us to know that E3 2013 was poised to be the rejuvenation of the Wii U. To do that, we were promised big names ahead of the show: Mario. Smash Bros. Mario Kart. Games like Pikmin 3, Wonderful 101, and Wind Waker HD were already established previously and heating up for a big software push later this year. Multiple Nintendo Directs aired, confirming more games such as Sonic Lost World. Before E3 started, there already seemed to be a significant lineup brewing for the months ahead, which left the presentation itself to really convince us. Did that happen? (3DS, E3, Wii U)

MNGamer-N  +   893d ago
I am just crossing my fingers, toes, legs, arms and eyes that there will be no more significant delays in any of the software announced at E3. The delayed software is the biggest issue right now, and it does become annoying to be expecting your favorite game at a certain time, only to be pushed out months and months. I've had Pikmin 3 on pre-order for 7 months.

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