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This thread will act as the main hub for Nintendo @ E3 2016, containing info about everything we know about Zelda U/NX and Pokémon.

On June 14th, Nintendo will kick off the show with gameplay of Pokémon Sun and Moon, and then a 60-90 minute demo of Zelda U, which promises "the world's first in-depth look at the game, which will also include commentaries by Nintendo developers... will include game coverage, behind-the-scenes info and plenty of fun."

On June 15th, There will be a special Pokémon GO developer Q&A, as well as Nintendo Treehouse featuring multiple games, including Monster Hunter Generations, Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past, and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE.

When:

June 14th @ 9AM PST / June 14th @ 12PM EST (Pokémon Sun/Moon and Zelda U.)

June 15th @ 10AM PST / June 15th @ 1PM EST (Pokémon Go developer Q&A and game showcase.)

Livestreams:

Twitch / YouTube



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-The game will be released on November 18, 2016 in the U.S. and Japan, and in Europe on November 23, 2016.

-Starters: Rowlet (Grass/Flying), Litten (Fire), Popplio (Water).

-Legendaries: Solgaleo (Psychic/Steel), Lunala (Psychic/Ghost).

-Other: Iwanko (Rock), Nekkoala (Normal), Yungoos (Normal), Pikipek (Normal/Flying), Grubbin (Bug).

-Zygarde's 10% and Complete forms will be in the game.

-The game will take place in the Alola region, strongly resembling Hawaii.

-The game will feature trainer customization, and allow you to choose your gender, and different sets of hair and skin color.

-There is a Rotom in your Pokedex.

-Characters include Professor Kukui, his assistant Lillie, and your rival Hau.

-Pokemon Sun/Moon will feature battle menus that shows stat buffs and debuffs.

-Battle Royale mode pits four trainers at once.

 

-The game will be releasing on both Wii U and NX in 2017.

-The game will feature an open world, and the gamepad can be used as a map for setting points of destination.

-Epona, Link's trusted steed, will be in the game, and will react to her surroundings while riding her.

-You can find various weapons and items throughout the open world.

-The Sheikah Slate will be used to help point you towards your destination.

-The Wolf Link amiibo from Twilight Princess HD will summon a Wolf Link companion that helps you on your adventure.



Soooo theres no live stage?



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Jranation said:
Soooo theres no live stage?

Neither that nor a digital event.

Just a broadcast of Zelda U gameplay.



Ultrashroomz said:
Jranation said:
Soooo theres no live stage?

Neither that nor a digital event.

Just a broadcast of Zelda U gameplay.

For real?

Edit: wow. Congratulations, Nintendo. You just managed to outdid yourself.

sigh. They never stop getting crappier, do they?



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Ultrashroomz said:
Jranation said:
Soooo theres no live stage?

Neither that nor a digital event.

Just a broadcast of Zelda U gameplay.

 

Wow.

 

Worst Nintendo E3 ever XD



    

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mZuzek said:
Ultrashroomz said:

Neither that nor a digital event.

Just a broadcast of Zelda U gameplay.

For real?

Edit: wow. Congratulations, Nintendo. You just managed to outdid yourself.

sigh. They never stop getting crappier, do they?

There will probably be playable demos for the crowd at E3... but I think E3 just opens to the general public on 15th; so they'll probably broadcast that gameplay on 14th and the day after people will be able to play it or a different section.



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LipeJJ said:

There will probably be playable demos for the crowd at E3... but I think E3 just opens to the general public on 15th; so they'll probably broadcast that gameplay on 14th and the day after people will be able to play it or a different section.

Didn't they already confirm that the only playable game would be Zelda?

...either way, playable demos don't make up for it. At least 90% of the E3 audience is people watching it online, they don't want playable demos on the floor, they want news and trailers and stuff.