Nintendo has just released its financials, and as part of that report has outlined its software release plans for the remainder of 2015. Unsurprisingly, Zelda on Wii U is nowhere to be seen - it has been pushed into next year - but elsewhere there are many reasons to be cheerful.
The enigmatic Wii U Star Fox entry remains firmly on course for release this year - we'll no doubt see that revealed at this year's E3 - while RPG cross-over title Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem is going to hit Japanese store shelves this Winter - a surprising turn of events when you consider that not so long ago, some were suggesting that the game had been canned.
The other big news is that Project Giant Robot will be released in the next few weeks in the West, while fellow GamePad experiment Project Guard will see the light of day at some point this year. Finally, Wii U exclusive Devil's Third is still slated for a 2015 release.
On 3DS, things are a little grimmer. Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer is expected to launch this fall in both North America and Europe. An earlier Summer release is planned for Japan. Yo-kai Watch is also included as a 2015 release, but there's precious little else to speak of - aside from a Japanese launch for the new Fire Emblem.