Last week, you delivered your E3 2012 3DS predictions but everyone knows that Wii U will be the biggest thing at the biggest games show on Earth. The whole world will have their eyes on the Nintendo show at 5pm on June 5th to see Wii U's final design and find out which games will be released for Nintendo's new console.
Of course, we already know about many of the games. Batman: Arkham City, LEGO City Stories and Darksiders 2 were just some of the games that were confirmed for Wii U last year but aside from Pikmin 3 and Smash Bros Wii U, Nintendo has yet to confirm any first-party games for the console. The Zelda Wii U and New Super Mario Bros Mii were showcased last year, but they were just prototypes.
So what else should be announced? It's over to you...
ONM forum member Guy Gamer already has the whole conference planned. "Open with a Wii U video, confirm the specs. This should be followed by first party games, including Pikmin 3, New Super Mario Bros Mii, Mario Kart 8, Legend of Zelda Wii U. Next, third-party games: Batman: Arkham City, Assassin's Creed 3, Aliens: Colonial Marines, LEGO City Stories, Dirt, Battlefield, Ghost Recon Online, Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2. Finally, Nintendo should tell us about Nintendo Network and how Wii U connects with 3DS.
Sounds like a decent show to us but many people are hoping that Nintendo will show off something new.
Show us something new!
You may remember that amid all the false 'Miyamoto is retiring' headlines in December last year, it was confirmed that Nintendo's main man is working on a new, original game as well as Pikmin 3. Many of you are looking forward to seeing what this is. Kesskuron said that he's "keen to hear more about the stuff that Miyamoto has supposedly been working on."
Miyamoto also recently mentioned that there's a strong possibility that Nintendo will introduce new characters to the scene soon. SkyLink is hoping that it will be at this year's E3. "I can't wait to hear something about these new characters Mr. Nintendo talked about. I can already imagine the new cult character like Mario, Zelda and so on."