The Bluffer’s Guide to E3 2014: What To Expect From Nintendo

Nintendo have never really gotten the hang of E3 presentations and so, after a series of costly and embarrassing failures that were ignored by the general press and hated by gamers they opted to give up live E3 briefings in favour of super special extended Nintendo Direct videos. These occasionally tend to turn out like some sort of Dadaist nightmare but are, at the very least, devoid of utter boredom of their equivalent live presentations. CEO Satoru Iwata addresses gamers directly to talk to them about Nintendo’s values and how they relate to the way the company is currently operating, and then introduces a series of game trailers and showreels, explaining their features to the audience. Occasionally members of a roster of talking heads turn up, but for the most part it’s just Iwata talking, awkwardly, directly to camera.

Nintendo seem to be piling all the biggest enthusiasm this year into their two Smash Bros. games; Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Smash Bros.

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nabeelfarooqui982500d ago

Im expecting a Luigi themed console + game

DoctorJones2500d ago

I want to see a Zelda trailer, and if there's a release date for this year (Doubtful I know) I'll be acting like this audience most probably -

Takwin2500d ago

Absolute must haves:
Zelda gameplay demo
Super Smash Bros gameplay demo

Really need it:
Yoshi Epic Yarn
Shin Megami x Fire Emblem
Kirby U

Could win/steal E3:
Star Fox
Mario Galaxy 3 or true Mario 64 sequel

Kran2500d ago

Soooooo remakes or sequels?

Also somebody forgot a Pokemon console game.

Realplaya2500d ago

That damn black background hurt my eyes am the only one this happened to?

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