Nintendo E3 2015 Conference Roundup: Star Fox Zero, Fire Emblem Fates, Triforce Heroes, and More
Nintendo started its E3 2015 digital briefing with the new Star Fox Zero for Wii U, and which will release this holiday season. The console’s gamepad is going to be an important part of gameplay and which can be used to enter the cockpit mode to shoot at enemy aircrafts.
Fire Emblem Fates was announced to hit retail in the US next year for the 3DS. While the game will be sold as two separate releases in Japan, Nintendo did not clarify whether the same would happen with the western release.
A new Metroid Prime Federation Force was announced for a release in 2016, exclusively for the 3DS. The game will bring a cooperative multiplayer with support for up to four players. Additionally, the game will feature plenty of mini-games in the form of 3v3 battle arenas titles Blast Ball.
The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes was announced as a successor to The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords. The new installment will feature an online mode where up to three players can play together and work to overcome dungeon challenges. It will release later this year for the 3DS.
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer received a new trailer. The game will release for the 3DS on September 25, and is expected to have Amiibo support for characters in trading card form.
Level-5’s Yo-Kai Watch will finally be heading to western shoes this holiday season for the 3DS. The announcement was accompanied by an English trailer.
Yoshi’s Woolly World, unveiled back at E3 2014, has now been confirmed for a launch on October 16 for the Wii U. The game looks cuter than ever.