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[Updated] Games from Nintendo’s E3 2014 Showcase

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Zelda U

Today has been a very exciting day for Nintendo fans, beginning with the hilariously choreographed Nintendo Digital Event segueing into more game information from the Nintendo Treehouse, Nintendo has actually been showing much more content than I expected.

Here is a video of the Nintendo Digital Event just in case you missed it, but the news doesn’t end here.

List of things shown thus far:

  • Super Smash Bros. Mii Fighters and Amiibo (previously named NFC) figurines; Super Smash Bros. 3DS coming October 3rd; Wii U version is slated for Holiday 2014
  • Yoshi’s Woolly World, coming 2015
  • Captain Toad Treasure Tracker, coming 2014
  • Zelda U, coming 2015
  • Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire, coming this year
  • Bayonetta 2 (includes Bayonetta 1 packaged in with alternate costumes), coming October 2014
  • Hyrule Warriors, coming September 26th
  • Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, coming 2015
  • Xenoblade Chronicles X, coming 2015
  • Mario Maker, coming 2015
  • Splatoon (New IP), coming 2015
  • Devil’s Third, coming this year
  • Starfox for Wii U (confirmed, but not shown), coming 2015
  • Miyamoto’s new projects (Project Robot and Project Guard)
  • Mario vs Donkey Kong Wii U
  • Fantasy Life 3DS
  • Pushmo World for Wii U, coming June 19th
  • Codename S.T.E.A.M for 3DS, coming 2015

I will be updating this post when new games are announced. The Nintendo Treehouse will be streaming live today, tomorrow, and Thursday from:

  • Tuesday, June 10: 11:35 AM PT – 4:00 PM PT
  • Wednesday, June 11: 9:15 AM PT – 6:00 PM PT
  • Thursday, June 12: 9:30 AM PT – 5:00 PM PT

Come back here for more information!

How do you feel about the games thus far?

Nia has been gaming for about as long as she could hold a controller. Growing up with experiences like Super Mario Bros 1 – 3, The Legend of Zelda, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Streets of Rage, she was bound to blossom into the lovely specimen you see before you. She loves the classics but will play anything that requires buttons, a d-pad, or analog sticks. She hopes to one day leave her mark on the gaming industry as it has helped impact the person she is today.