Coming out of E3 2014, Nintendo once again proved that they could present a unique and entertaining show, while also giving its consumers plenty of titles to look forward to. They managed to find an efficient medium in appealing to their long time consumers by building on some of their long time franchise favorites such as Kirby and Yoshi, while also showing off impressive works of originality such as Splatoon and Captain Toad Treasure Tracker. With all of their revealed titles, it feels selfish to be asking for more, however one often heard gripe with Nintendo’s presentation is their lack of a new 3D Mario title. I can’t be the only one who was secretly hoping for a Super Mario Sunshine Remake Reveal while watching what resembled a blooper hop from puddle to puddle, only to find out that I was watching the opening sequence of Nintendo’s E3 reveal for Splatoon.
This article talks about the potential of a Super Mario Sunshine game on the Wii U!