E3 Part 2 – Nintendo Steal The Show

[News] Nintendo impressed us at E3

After Nintendo’s E3 performance yesterday, it only felt right to do a part 2 to our E3 coverage because, in our eyes, Nintendo stole the show!

Could 2015 be Nintendo’s year?  The WiiU has had third-party companies deny them games left right and centre.  Having had refusal from EA and zero games from Rockstar, the console has missed out on the games PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and the Xbox One have managed to pump out.  The WiiU has confused consumers, for the casuals think it is just another Wii.  Oh my, please listen, it is much more than that!  It is a proper gaming machine, with the only gadget being the touch screen pad, looking almost like a tablet, that comes with it.  You can switch the tv off, and play the game on the tablet!  Come on people, come on third-party companies, open your eyes!


WiiU – a very underrated console

Ahem.  Must restrain myself from writing up a massive WiiU review here…okay, back to E3.

So, we have a brand new Zelda coming for the WiiU in 2015 and it is going to be open world!  This makes me want to sing to the high heavens.  What took them so long!? Oh who cares, it’s finally going to be here and we sure as hell can’t wait!  The art work for the game was released during their presentation, with Link looking a bit girly and blue.  Hopefully more artwork will surface that allows me to like it.  Still, can’t wait for the game, whether Link is girly and blue or not!


Blue Link

A new Pokémon is also coming to the 3DS which Pokémon bonkers Naytoe on here will be chuffed about, and Xenoblade Chronicles X is going to be an open world JRPG for the WiiU too!  Wow, Nintendo never fail to amaze when it comes to JRPG’s and after the stunning Xenoblade on the Wii, I cannot wait for this.

Mario Maker was also announced that got a lot of people excited.  I’m still on the fence with this one, but apparently sounds fun.  We will just have to see how it plays out as you get to create your own 2D Super Mario Bros levels.

There was also a cheeky reference to a Star Fox game on the WiiU towards the end of the presentation, and if this remains to be true, the future looks bright for Ninty!

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