Every company has a story heading into E3 each year, they all have something to prove, something to show off and something to gain. At the Los Angeles congregation of gaming's biggest developers and publishers each will try to outshine the other and "win" E3 2015.
For Nintendo that means sticking to what they know and what they do best. They are a force unto themselves rolling along on a whole other plane of existence to Microsoft and Sony. The Wii U has underperformed for sure, but there's no point playing the console war game – they are doing just fine.
At E3 their job is to convince gamers that they are still fully supportive of the Wii U and 3DS despite the looming spectre of their next dedicated games machine, the NX. Nintendo aren't talking about that until next year. With all that in mind, here are five hopes for them at E3.