Nintendo’s E3 2016 plans caused a considerable amount of concern and confusion, but it’s not so bad after all.
The Legend of Zelda may be the only game playable at E3, and Nintendo’s digital press conference has been replaced by a Legend of Zelda live stream… but Nintendo Treehouse, at least, will show additional games.
According to the Nintendo Treehouse E3 schedule, the June 14 live stream will begin at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET with Pokémon Sun and Moon gameplay, and then The Legend of Zelda.
Live streaming will begin again on June 15 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET with a Pokémon GO Q&A. They’ll then show Monster Hunter Generations, Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past, and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE.
This should give people another opportunity to see what Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE is. The recent story trailer should also help.
So we’ve got a few more games besides Zelda to look forward to. The description says “including” those games, so we should see more.
A few notable titles are missing from the list, like Paper Mario: Color Splash. I’m still hoping they noticed the backlash and decided to change Color Splash into a story-driven RPG if it was Sticker Star 2.0.
Of course, I’m hoping for surprise announcements from Nintendo, too, and this makes them feel all the more likely.
Are you happier now that you know Nintendo will show at least some games besides Zelda at E3 this year? What do you expect to see from them?---
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