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What to Expect on Day 2 of Nintendo Treehouse Live @ E3

June 15, 2016 / 10:00 AM

By: Matthew Gibson

Even without being  shown off at a proper conference, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild took the internet by STORM, being the mot talked about game during E3 2016 according to an analysis via Brandwatch, beating games like the new God of War, Battlefield 1, and Watch Dogs 2. Like last year, Nintendo has brought back the Nintendo Treehouse Live @ E3 streams in order to give a better delve into the games, with yesterday’s looking at the first gameplay of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, in addition to giving the latest Zelda a lot of time. Today’s stream is kicking off in just a couple of hours at 10am Pacific, 12pm Eastern, 5pm UK and 6pm CET.

This time more than just two games will be shown off. It will begin with a Q&A of Pokémon GO, followed by the debut of a brand-new RPG for the Nintendo 3DS. Before you gets your hopes up that it’s a new Advance Wars, this will be an entirely new IP. Word on who will be developing it remains a mystery, but it’s always exciting to get surprises!

Speaking of which, Nintendo revealed a couple of new details regarding new two Mario games. Paper Mario: Color Splash will be launching on the 7th of October this year. In addition, Mario Party Star Rush will be making its way to the 3DS on 4th November in North America, and 7th October for European shores. The only information we have of the game is that players now all move at once. Aside from that, the Super Mario line of amiibo is getting expanded, which will be released alongside the new Mario Party title. The new figures include Wario, Waluigi, Daisy, Rosalina, Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, and a Boo that glows in the dark. Both of these games will be played on the stream today.

Super Mario amiibo wave 2

Other games that will be shown off include Monster Hunter Generations, Rhythm Heaven Megamix, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE and Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past. I’m sure there’s bound to be something that you’d like, so make sure to tune in on either their Twitch or their YouTube channel to see more about Nintendo’s lineup for 2016.

About the author /


Like many other game writers, Matthew was brought into the gaming world from a young age. He aspires to be a games journalist in the future. Oh, and he's from the UK, so there's that. He also does Nintendo Podcast System, just in case there isn't enough Nintendo on this site.

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