Among the line-up were Super Smash Bros., which welcomes Palutena as well as players’ own Miis; Bayonetta 2, which will come bundled with the original Bayonetta; Kirby and the Rainbow Curse; and a delightful new IP by the name of Splatoon, among many others.
If you’re a fan of Nintendo in general, you may be intrigued by the amiibos that were shown off. These collectible figures can be used to transfer characters from your own version of Smash Bros. to a friend’s, for example. It’s intriguing to see Nintendo investigating other gaming related streams of revenue.
Nintendo also managed to sneak in announcements for Mario Party 10 and a new Star Fox title, though the latter is still in its early stages. There’s plenty to look forward to for Wii U owners in the future.