E3 2014: Nintendo Reveals New eShop Games in Trailer Extravaganza

A first look at six titles, including Gunman Clive 2

Although the pre-E3 stage is today being taken up by rivals such as Microsoft, Sony, Ubisoft and EA, Nintendo has taken the opportunity to release a host of new trailers for titles on the way to both Wii U and 3DS. Some of these titles appear to be new reveals, too, expanding the list of intriguing titles on the way to the eShop platforms.

Without further ado, below are a host of fresh titles being shown off by Nintendo for the first time.


Gunman Clive 2

A sequel to the hugely popular 3DS eShop title, this one looks set to have new stage ideas such as on-rails sections, flipped gravity and even a dinosaur boss fight.

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6180 the moon

Originally developed for PC, this is a stylish platformer in which you utilise the top and bottom of the screen, with ambient music accompanying you all the way.

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Chariot

Previously shown at an industry mixer, this is a clever-looking puzzle game coming to Nintendo's system as well as Xbox One, PS4 and PC — it looks particularly tricky, and co-op play is the recommended way to tackle the experience.

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Thorium Wars: Attack of the Skyfighter

A follow up to the DSiWare original, this is a flying combat game on the way to 3DS. Flying around and shooting everything seems to be the order of the day, which could be fun.

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A.N.N.E

This is a rather charming Metroidvania adventure that achieved success through Kickstarter. It certainly looks the part and is worth watching.

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Moon Chronicles: Episode 2

The second part to Renegade Kid's 3DS remake has been shown for the first time, continuing the story at a lower price point than the first part.

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So there you have it, a look at more games on the way to the Wii U and 3DS eShop stores. Which ones have caught your eye?

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