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Nintendo Digital Event at E3 2015: Everything you need to know

Nintendo has a lot of announcements at the E3 2015 Nintendo Direct (which is how Nintendo does most of their press conferences nowadays).

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Mario Maker

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Mario Maker was previously announced last year but it is coming out this year. It will allow you create your own Super Mario levels. Mario Maker is coming to Wii U on September 11th 2015.

Nintendo Amiibo & Skylanders

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Nintendo’s Amiibo is coming to Activision’s Skylanders via a partnership. That means you’ll be able to play as your favourite Nintendo characters in Skylanders.

Starfox Zero

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No other details about Starfox Zero coming to the Wii U other than the trailer and that is going to come out holiday 2015.

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The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes

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The game is going to be a multiplayer dungeon crawler for the 3DS and its coming this fall.

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer

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The new Animal Crossing game will focus on home decoration and design. It is going to be released on September 25th 2015 for the 3DS.

Metroid Prime Federation Force

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The new game will focus on four-payer co-op missions and it’s coming out in 2016.

Yoshi’s Woolly World

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It’s a new platformer starring Yoshi. The game is being made by the same team at Nintendo that worked on Kirby’s Epic Yarn. There will also be a plush Yoshi Amiibo.

It will be released on October 16th 2015.

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash

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A new Mario Tennis game has been announced for Wii U and will be released this holiday.

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