Nintendo E3 2016 Livestream: Legend of Zelda Wii U, Pokemon Sun And Moon, And More Game Reveals

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Nintendo E3 2016

E3 is underway, and it?s been a pretty stellar event thus far. Microsoft announced a number of quality titles like Forza Horizon 3, while Sony made headlines with the brand new God of War game. Now fans are waiting for the Nintendo E3 2016 show, where the company is expected to showcase some of their games, including The Legend of Zelda Wii U and more.

Originally, Nintendo was only going to show off The Legend of Zelda Wii U, but the company realized that it wouldn?t be enough. The company then announced that fans would be seeing Pokemon Sun and Moon in the event, along with Dragon Quest 7 and more titles.

Currently, The Legend of Zelda Wii U will be the only playable game at the Nintendo E3 2016 show. It was originally thought that we would hear more playable games as the event neared, but that isn?t the case since the event will be starting tomorrow.

Then again, having Legend of Zelda as a playable game should be enough for some fans. After all, the game was announced back in 2014 via an amazing trailer, with barely anything else about the title revealed after it was shown. Now that fans will be able to try the game out for themselves, it might get them more excited for the game that?s releasing on both the Wii U and NX.

Pokemon Sun and Moon should also get a lot of traction. The series has become incredibly popular over the years, and the new Pokemon recently revealed has gotten even more fans excited for the two new 3DS games. The two games will be out later this year on November 18, so it will be interesting to see if there are any new features added to the game.

Fans are also wondering if we will be able to see new information about the Nintendo NX during the Nintendo E3 2016 show. The new console was announced for 2017 with very little details, so fans are hoping to see something new about it at E3, though that isn?t guaranteed.

Will Nintendo make a big impact during this year?s E3? We?ll have to wait and see if the company does indeed impress gamers the way Sony and Microsoft did.

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