After a first day at E3 in which Nintendo had a lot of attention and hype, the Treehouse Live broadcast settled down to a more familiar pattern on day two.
After kicking off with a Pokémon Go Q & A we saw a variety of upcoming Wii U and 3DS games. Grezzo game Ever Oasis was revealed, Rhythm Heaven Megamix arrived on the eShop in North America, and more release dates, demos and details were announced. All told there was plenty of footage to enjoy alongside a handful of surprises.
Nintendo's uploaded the full day's content to YouTube once again, and like on day one we thought we'd gather it all in one place. First of all, below is the handy recap for those of you in a hurry.
Now, onto the rest!
Pokémon Go Demonstration and Q & A
Ever Oasis Game Trailer
Ever Oasis Demonstration
Yo-kai Watch 2 Game Trailer
Yo-kai Watch 2 Demonstration
Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past Trailer
Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past Demonstration
Monster Hunter Generations Trailer
Monster Hunter Generations Demonstration
Paper Mario Color Splash Trailer
Paper Mario Color Splash Demonstration
Mario Party Star Rush Trailer
Mario Party Star Rush Demonstration
Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Trailer
Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Demonstration
Rhythm Heaven Megamix Trailer
Rhythm Heaven Megamix Demonstration
Nintendo Treehouse Day 2 - Full Broadcast
So happy that Megamix is available now.
A few release dates.
Hey Nintendo Life where did you get this info about a Pokemon direct? I can't find any info on such a thing. There's nothing on Serebii.
Overall, a pretty good day considering Nintendo's circumstances. I wasn't able to watch everything from the day, but I walked away more pleased than yesterday. Zelda looks great and all, but it's still a long time away from a release. March 2017 at the earliest.
I haven't looked at the price yet, but Rhythm Heaven looks fun so I might try that out. Never played that game before, but I love the style it has going for it.
Ever Oasis looks right up my alley. Another great playing game on the wrong platform (for me.) Also, once again, a game that shows how insufficient game trailers are by having a game play session shown after it.
How is Paper Mario looking to all the people ticked off at Sticker Star? I'm not vested in it, but it looks pretty okay. With nothing else for Wii U coming up end of year it's more interesting than usual.
Apparently it was a Japanese direct, so its not a part of E3, they showed 4 new pokemon and I guess that's about it.
The only game I'm not really interested in is monster hunter, I downloaded a demo but I wasn't really into it. But monster hunter stories looks more my speed so maybe we'll get that one over here.
So far I've got nine new games coming out I want and I still have a list of older games I'm interested in, plus the NX- I need to start working overtime.
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