Nintendo’s E3 keynote focused more on soon to be released titles that people will actually be able to play in the coming months like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Super Mario Party, and Pokémon: Let’s Go! rather than offering updates on no-shows announced last year like Metroid Prime 4. If you missed the presentation, though, here’s everything you’ll need to catch up. Subscribe: http://goo.gl/G5RXGs
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So in other words, Nintendo E3 press conference announced Super Smash Bros. and literally nothing else... Was hoping to see something new on Metroid Prime 4, or maybe an actual, fully realised pokemon game. And what about Bayonetta 3? I'm buying Super Smash on day one, but looks like I will still spend more time with my PS4.
They released a full Mario & Zelda alongside with their new console (which have been killing it) last year, what else do you want? There is only so much time and money. Nintendo is doing better now than they have in years, be happy.
I’m real disappointed in smash. I’m sure they’re gonna recycle all the maps and final smashes as well. And only adding one new character is pitiful, that was the only game for me that maybe made the switch worth getting. Not anymore, I guess
Will Tesler They did a 16min recap for Microsoft and 10 min for Sony. Nothing was preventing them to do a longer video.
They could have put rapidly the games but they choose to go for one minute of Reggie talking. They just wanted to do bad press to Nintendo and it shows.
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