- Paper Mario: The Origami King Announced and Released
- New Pokémon Snap Announced
- EA To Bring Seven Games To Switch
- Min Min Comes To Smash
- Animal Crossing New Horizons Summer Update Wave 1
- More SNES And NES Games For Nintendo Switch Online
- Shin Megami Tensei News
- Animal Crossing New Horizons Summer Update Wave 2
- Pikmin 3 Deluxe Coming to Switch In October
- Tons Of Indies Coming To Switch
- Kingdom Hearts And More In Nintendo’s Partner Showcase
- Super Mario 3D All-Stars Announced
- Other Mario 35th Anniversary News
- Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Announced
- Monster Hunter (And More) Return to Switch
Now that you know the potential E3 lineup, you’re ready to answer this question:
Would This Hypothetical E3 Nintendo Direct Have Satisfied You?
We want to know if you would have walked away hyped if Nintendo’s E3 Digital Event had included all of these games. If you’d be satisfied, tell us why! If not, tell us what you think is missing!
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Logan Plant is the Production Assistant for NVC. He would have been very satisfied with this E3, thanks to Hyrule Warriors and Super Mario 3D World. Find him on Twitter at @LoganJPlant.