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[Let’s Talk] E3 2017 hopes and dreams

Posted on June 10, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, Let's Talk

E3 is by far the biggest gaming event of the year. It’s true that Nintendo Directs often deliver significant news, but E3 tends to be where the most important announcements and reveals take place – at least across the industry as a whole. All eyes are always on each of the major platform holders to see what they have in store for the months and years ahead.

After a slightly nontraditional – but still successful – E3 in 2016, we’re getting a more standard format from Nintendo this time around. Nintendo is returning to video presentations with its broadcast on Tuesday. Treehouse will be back as well for three days of streaming (up from two days last year). And if that wasn’t enough, three separate tournaments are happening: one for Splatoon 2, another for ARMS, and a final one for Pokken Tournament DX.

E3 is always where people can dream big. And since we’re just a few days out from the expo, we want to hear from all of you. What do you want to see Nintendo announce at E3? What are your realistic expectations, and dreams that are a bit further out there? Even if you simply want to bathe in the hype that is E3, that’s fine as well! Be sure to share your thoughts with us below.

Highlights from last week’s topic: What are you playing? – June 2017


Lego City Undercover, Has-Been Heroes, and Ultra Street Fighter II.


Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. This is the most fun I’ve has playing a Fire Emblem game in years.


I’ve been playing the magikarp app… It is very depressing when one of your fish gets eaten by a Pidgeotto…


Slowly but surely working through FE Echoes while also finishing up replaying the first two Zero Escape games. Then I’ll finally be able to move on to Zero Time Dilemma and be free of having to fear spoilers.

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  • Tlink7

    My only hope is an English dub of FE Warriors. E3 2011 taught me to have no dreams 😛

    • What are you, an archeologist?

      • Tlink7

        Don’t take that comment so seriously xD I did find 2011’s E3 to be very boring, but I have decent hopes 2017 will be a good one. Not going to have many expectations though

    • hi-chan!

      Animoo voice is better

      • anime is bad

        • Vigilante_blade

          Anime is life.

      • Tlink7

        I’d prefer both to be available 😀

        • Fore

          T, get to the Discord mobile, you want to see this.

  • Addae Francisco

    I hope if a new ally character will be featured in the new super mario game, and i can hope, can’t I?

  • KnightWonder

    One thing I’ll say before giving my dream games: Please, for love that is the gaming gods, learn to control your hype. I know E3 is exciting and all that, but having extremely high expectations will only lead to disappointment. And we all know how well this fanbase handles disappointment.

    Now then, if those Best Buy leaks are true, which I’m guessing they are since they pulled them shortly after, then my expectations have already been met. However, if that’s not the case, then 2 surprise games from the Spotlight and one from the Treehouse.

    • Brian

      This is a good point. We do know that the video presentation will have a focus on 2017 Switch games, and we do have a pretty good idea about what’s in the pipeline. Here’s hoping for at least a couple of surprises though. And you never know what’ll pop up during the Treehouse stream. Even while having hype, it’s a smart idea to keep expectations in check.

      • KnightWonder

        Yes! Here’s the thing, I’ve spent nearly 5 years watching their Direct and know they really like to surprise their fans with something new. So that’s why I’m saying we’ll probably get a couple of surprises. Heck, even last year being all about BotW, we still got the Ever Oasis reveal. But as I said before, it’s best to keep it in check.

        • Gestrid

          Take the last Direct for example. It was mainly supposed to be about Splatoon 2.

      • FutureFox

        “Even while having hype, it’s a smart idea to keep expectations in check.”

        Truer words have never been spoken …. and ignored so hard.

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  • Hylian Ticipated

    Nintendo wins E3, once again. They have the games, man. Then Bethesda in 2nd place with their big announcement.

  • JasonBall

    It’s going to be good but everyone is going to be disappointed because of something silly, like no smash, which of course isn’t happening. I have nothing specific I’m hoping for, just for good games and a presentation that spends a little time on its good games.

    • KnightWonder

      Agreed. Honestly, I just want to see more of the games we saw back in January. Especially Xenoblade and Mario Odyssey.

  • キロ

    I have no dreams with E3. Just nightmares! xD

  • theFooFighter

    Give me dragon quest, Skyrim and xenoblade release dates and a localization for the Mana collection and dq heroes collection

  • Vigilante_blade

    My hope is that they show non-Awakening, Fates or Shadow Dragon characters in Fire Emblem Warriors, that they have Mario Maker for Switch, and that they have at least three surprises.

    I also want Melee 2 as unlikely as this would be.

    • You mean Melee remastered or Smash 5 being Melee mechanics with everything else new?

      • Vigilante_blade

        Smash 5 being similar to Melee in gameplay but adding some of the improvements from other games as well. E.g. melee batle system, but with mroe characters, stages and mode to please both hardcore and casual fans. I think it is always better to make a game that is fun for everyone, espcially when it can be done with very little compromise being needed.

        • theFooFighter

          Melee speed and tech skills with smash 4 ledge game and blocking and parrying similar to street fighter 3 that would be heaven

          • Vigilante_blade

            I would probably want a few changes from the ledge game, mostly allowing people to ledge hog, but only for a few frames, meaning it has to be extremely deliberate and the window would have to be tight.

            I also think that they could make wavedashing more accessible by having an alternative control method. Sinc enew controller snow have an additional shoulder button, one could be a dedicated wavedash button. The simple control method would simply be “hold a direction and tap the ZR button” or something to that extent. That would give alittle something to the mosre casual fans, while being somewhat limite dint hat you would not have full control (E.g. you won’t be able to control how high you jump or the angle of your air dodge, only the direction of your wavedash). Still, that would be more than enough to give alternatives.

            I also think that it would be nice to have an adventure mode again.

            But yeah, Melee gameplay with the new characters, minor tweaks like reducing the effectiveness of crouch cancleing, and you got yourself a good game.

  • Jay Bern

    The certain: a release date for Fire Emblem Warriors

    The not-so certain: Smash Bros. for Switch, No More Heroes 3, any third party ports (specifically Resident Evil and Tekken 7. Hell, I’d settle for Call of Duty.)

  • On Switch:

    Taiko no Tatsujin
    World to the West
    The Witness
    Captain Toad
    Mario vs DK
    Box Boy Trilogy

    Stardew Valley release date

  • nekoknight

    Oh if only Nintendo would announce/reveal Dragon Quest XI for the Switch, along with an American/European release date.
    It would make me so happy……

  • RoadyMike

    I’m honestly not expecting much. They’ll probably talk about(by that I mean drawn out explanations about stuff we can figure out on our own by their trailers) the titles that have already been announced and shown, like Mario Odessey, Xenoblade and that one game with a kid and his dog announced way back

    Maybe some new trailers for these games just to remind us they exist. I kinda hope for more No More Heroes 3 info, perhaps a trailer

    I don’t expect many surprises, if any. Maybe some 3rd party ports and new indie titles. And, ugh..rabbids
    I really don’t want them to talk about 3ds at all especially now that the platform is nearing the end of its life(with the switch existing and all) and the pokemon stuff is out of the way but I’m sure they’ll find a way to defy logic once again and do just that

    Expectations have been the lowest they’ve been since ever but I’m still looking forward to those 2 or 3 surprises

  • James Fox

    All i want is these
    – A sizzle reel of Nindies (PLEASE give us release dates for Shakedown Hawaii, Pocket Rumble and Stardew Valley)
    – VC news
    – Any surprises they have up their sleeves
    – Any Switch games that interest me that will be released before or on my birthday [July 9th]

    • Supporter

      Your birthday is July 9th too? Nice! *high fives*

  • Gestrid

    My hopes and dreams include something more on Pokémon Ultra Sun/ Moon, details on the second BOTW DLC pack, and well-known third party devs supporting the Switch.

  • hi-chan!

    I don’t expect much…There will be trailers of Odyssey, FE Warriors, Xenoblade 2 and maybe Mario+Rabbids along with release dates. Maybe they will reveal 1 or 2 new games that was never announced before and whatever Retro is working on…That’s it.

  • FutureFox

    I just hope they don’t suffer technical difficulties. Seems a common theme with livestreams.

    As far as games I’d like hear more about Project Octopath Traveler. Even just knowing things are moving along would be fine.

    • Hidden Flare

      Has E3 suffered it too badly before?

      • FutureFox

        I’m only speaking about Youtube Live events in general, but in I’ve noticed enough regarding Nintendo presentations on that platform for it to stick out in my mind. Its not world ending or anything but as I said it seems common enough to note.

        • Hidden Flare

          I’ve seen a few places that has suffered, like the recent sonic live stream events.

          • FutureFox

            I don’t think its a network traffic issue. It just seems sometimes like someone accidentally pulled a network plug and they’re scrambling to find it. But hey, it could be anything.

  • Locky Mavo

    My hopes and dreams for Nintendo’s E3:
    -Metroid Prime 4
    -2D Metroid/official Metroid 2 remake
    -Retro MUST show their project
    -VC must be shown
    -MHXX localised and MH5 for Switch
    -A mention of new games for Switch from 3rd party partners, from the likes of Capcom, SEGA, Namco, Square, From Software, etc
    -A FPS, CoD would be alright, but would prefer something like Timesplitters or The Conduit
    -Mother trilogy
    -A revived IP 1st and/or 3rd party
    -News on No More Heroes 3 and SMT5
    -A couple of 2018 titles
    -Release dates for known games, though I’ve heard the rumour Mario is slated for Nov and Xenoblade is getting pushed back to Feb 2018, which wouldn’t be surprising

    And that’s basically it, those are my hopes and dreams for E3, though heavy emphasis on the “dreams” part.

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    • Señor Cardgage

      If a new TimeSplitters game got announced, I would be so happy that I wouldn’t even care if no other games were even shown.

      • JasonBall

        TimeSplitters… That’s the one by former Rare people right?

        • Señor Cardgage

          Yeah, people who made Goldeneye left and formed Free Radical. Then when they were making Battlefront 3 (!!!), LucasArts management changed, canned the near-completed game because they didn’t want to market it, and bankrupted the studio.

          • JasonBall

            I thought so. I remember well when BF3 got sunk. Then it was salt on the wound when Disney closed Lucasarts, and EA has done what they have to my childhood.

  • Roto Prime

    I want Xenoblade C/X super HD/remaster! That is my dream at the moment.

  • Hidden Flare

    Here lays Nintendo Everything’s hopes and dreams…

    Ah I’m just kidding, you guys believe in what you want.

    I would want a smash 4 port combining both wii u and 3ds with all wii u stages and a good amount of 3ds, and that one mode in the 3ds. Also new characters will be revealed, hopefully 2 at least with ice climbers being needed and an Inkling needing to be in this series. Feels possible considering ports cannot be too difficult and honestly I think it wouldn’t be too big of a block for smash 5, if one at all. I just feel like smash 4 is hard to top (while I would like to be wrong there) so an improved port would be great.

    Hmm Some free switch thing like more features, like internet, or a free game, it can just be a 1 minute thing honestly.

    Good ports of other games like World of Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts 1.5 and 2.5 (Ok unlikely but I would like it) and other ports would be nice.

    Oh and real quick more info on that kirby mutilplayer game for 3ds, it would be pretty interesting to see where they are going with that. Though I would,’t whine if it isn’t there as it could fit in a direct easily.

    Now a game I would like to be made? Geez… Ok I’ll give three examples, one likely, one not likely, and one ‘wait you think that has a possibility of happening!’, I’ll say Mario sports title, it will get a lil time and then go. Though I suppose thats likely for a direct it is still a likely game. Unlikely is Metroid, while I’m no big metroid fan I would say I would like to see a good new game of metroid like a new 3d one. Now the final one… Baten Kaitos double pack HD…. Uhh it was this gamecube rig involving cards used for fighting and collecting things to solve puzzles… It was a good game alright… Well I know the second one, origins was cause I never played the first one, heard it had bad voice acting… While I know some people can see this is highly unlikely, look at this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7taNjPaZIg Its music was in fact in smash brothers. I believe I heard it was worked with the people at monosoft (Xenoblade guys) or something so they got to squeeze this in there. So I would like to see that, a man could dream…

    Alright while I expect more these are some things I like to see around nintendo for E3. Thank you.

  • Vigilante_blade

    We need an endless stream of announcement bombs (and Melee 2)

    Example of a good Direct:

    • James Fox

      First you folks beg for a Smash 4 DX … now ya want a Melee 2

      • theFooFighter

        Smash 4 and melee play nothing alike

      • Velen (Not WoW)

        That’s kinda his thing. he advocates heavily for Melee and basically rips on Brawl and Smash 4.

        -as well as non-traditional control schemes.

      • Vigilante_blade

        Melee is a more polished game ing eneral and play much much offensively. I am also in love with its advanced metagame and find it a shame that Nintenod does not embrace it.

        • JasonBall

          I’m not so sure about polish. Aren’t some of the techie things in Melee glitches?

          • Vigilante_blade

            No, Sakurai has already stated that wavedashing was intentionally in Melee in a March issue of Nintendo power. Furthermore, is it a logical behaviour from how the physics work.If you air dodge into the ground, you need to transfer that momentum, or else you’d either clip through the ground or stop unnaturally. For wavedashing to exist, you have to code it in. It has to be a deliberate decision. Besides, it makes a lot of sense that is you landed diagonally, you’d slide a bit. Those are not glitches. Those were intentional.

            As for L-canceling, that was on the official Japanese website for Smash 64 and was known as smooth landing. In 64, it cancelled 100% of lag. In Melee, it’s 50% roudned down. In other words, this is also an intentional decision.They knew about it, kept it, and tweaked it.

            So no, the most popular advanced techniques in Melee are not glitches.

          • JasonBall

            My bad. I’m not a Melee player so that was just something I heard once.

          • Vigilante_blade

            Don,t worry about it. To be fair, I know more than most on the topic because I’ve gone through the codes of Melee, 64 and Brawl for Project M development. I know that they had been deliberately coded and tweaked.

          • Velen (Not WoW)

            I would take what Vigilante says about the 2008 article with a grain of salt.

            There’s the article to the interview he speaks of, which was taken out of the 2008 Nitendo Power issue, as for the issue of Wavedashing being a glitch or not. This is what Sakurai said, and you can double check by perusing the article if you want:

            “Of course, we noticed that you could do
            that during the development period. With Super Smash Bros. Brawl, it
            wasn’t a matter of, “OK, do we leave it in or do we take it out?” We
            really just wanted this game, again, to appeal to and be played by
            gamers of all different levels. We felt that there was a growing gap
            between beginners and advanced players, and taking that out helps to
            level the playing field. It wasn’t a real big priority or anything, but
            when we were building the game around of the idea of making it fair for
            everybody, it just made sense to take it out. And it goes back to
            wanting to make something different from Melee and giving players the
            opportunity to find new things to enjoy.”

          • JasonBall

            So its not a accidental glitch, but he makes it sound like it was unintended at first.

          • Velen (Not WoW)

            Actually you might want to take mine with a grain of salt now, cause I did a bit more digging around and found there was a March issue from Nintendo Power containing something about Sakurai, what I gave you was from May 2008 (I forgot to mention that).

            I’ll keep digging around more.

          • Velen (Not WoW)

            Well, after doing several different searches with similar criteria, I can’t seem to find any transcripts of that March 2008 issue.

            The statement I gave however does not outright state Wavedashing was intentional, that’s just pure bias on the part of people like Vigilante.

          • JasonBall

            Emuparadise has Power files.

          • Velen (Not WoW)

            I just went there and looked after reading your comment… They don’t have the file for the 2008 issue in March.

          • JasonBall

            Oh well. Let’s just say wavedashing, while it may or may not have been intentional from the start, became a part of gameplay known to the devs.

          • Velen (Not WoW)

            I’m good for that.

  • Connor The Dreamer

    All I’m desperate for is the Virtual Console to end the Switch’s eShop drought and give me more stuff to play when I beat Seiken Collection. That’s it. Is that too much to ask?

  • zelduck

    New 2D Metroid, a port of WWHD + TPHD from the WII U, SWHD, new Zelda 2.5D like ALBW, just to name a few…

  • Reggie

    I don’t expect much this E3, even with the Switch finally out. I expect to hear most about Mario Odyssey, which is a-okay with me since that’s on my radar, and maybe a bit of Mario and Rabbids if that’s actually real.

    I also want to hear about any final 3DS games they’re planning to bring over to the west. My dream would be an announcement of Yo-Kai Watch 3’s localization. Psychic Specters is not enough, give me the third installments!

    • Velen (Not WoW)

      I’m still not ready to accept the idea that the 3DS is being replaced yet, in light of the New 2DS XL.

      • Reggie

        True, but new game announcements have been coming to a crawl. Most things we’re getting have already been in development for awhile.

  • all you guys hopes are about as realistic as them bringing gamepad map back to breath of the wild and puttin out the mario kart and splatoon dlc for wiiu

    • Locky Mavo

      I guess you missed the part where it was also asked what your dreams were for E3. Dreams are allowed to be unrealistic you know?

      • ok so why can’t i have that mk8 dlc for wiiu

        • Locky Mavo

          Surely you can work that on your own. But it doesn’t mean you can’t dream.

            ps the stuff you want is dumb”

          • Locky Mavo

            No need to be sour about it.

          • i forgot what we were talking about
            what am i jealous of? do you have a rewarding career in murdering public figures?

          • Locky Mavo

            You forgot? You know you can just read the previous posts right? That is how most comment sections work. Though how got to “murdering public figures” I’ll never know. Were you dreaming or something?

          • no man i just reply in the disqus inbox, i don’t go back to every thread, that’s a whole lot of work for a busy troll

          • Locky Mavo

            It’s probably a lot faster to go through comments in the disqus inbox, as it only shows your comments and reply to you straight up.

          • that aint much use fer trollin

    • Vigilante_blade

      Why would anyone want the gamepad being used on BotW? As far as I’m concerned, Switch saved this game.

      • JasonBall

        Because some people are okay with the gamepad as a principle and want to play the game the way it was meant to be played.

        • Vigilante_blade

          Creator’s intent is meaningless. Games are a product, and if I want to play it in a different way, am I completely entitled to it. Plus, the Gamepad is always an annoying freature in a game since it is always forced.

          • JasonBall

            Likewise, I feel entitled to gamepad integration in my product because I want it. And one can say any control scheme is forced if it’s the only option. You’re forced to use a button to activate the map under the current scheme.

            The creator intent thing is interesting. I think this is the root of our disagreement on any control scheme debate. We have differing ideals on who should control the game, the maker or the player.

      • so i don’t have to press the map button every two seconds

        • JasonBall


  • Auragar

    What I want/dream lots of cool new games that are worthwhile, realistically boring as all get out video of games we already know about that makes me question why Nintendo even comes to E3.

  • MajoraMan28

    What I hope for (considering hope is a more realistic wish on what’s to come) is the reveal of Retro’s game alongside a teaser for a new Metroid game (probably going to be a 3D game based around the cliffhanger from Federation Force).

    My biggest wish is Nintendo confirming Final Fantasy VII for the Switch. This is my number one game that I want on the console that hasn’t been confirmed yet, and the third party game I’ve been wanting for over a decade.

  • Luke WalkingMoonTree

    I really really really want a Metroid game. It’s been FAR TOO LONG since the last good game in the series came out, pools from Nintendo and other sources always have Metroid in the top 3 of the requested franchises alongside Pokémon and Mario, Nintendo could capitalize on the buzz caused by the announcement to make the series a lot bigger than it used to, Metroid Prime is the best selling Metroid game and still it sold less than 3 milion copies, if they were to announce a new Metroid game at this year’s E3 for next year I have no doubt it would sell 4M+ , no matter if 2D or 3D

  • Fore

    Just one thing: Monster Hunter XX for Switch’s Western release date.

    The rest, we shall see.

  • Supporter

    I’m relatively excited for E3. At the same time, I don’t want to over hype what Nintendo has to show.

    During the Treehouse presentation, I’m expecting some cool new details and gameplay for Super Mario Odyssey, Arms, Splatoon 2, Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, Kirby’s Blowout Blast, Hey! Pikmin, Ever Oasis, indies, etc. I also believe we’ll see the new Kirby multiplayer game for 3DS revealed.

    For the Spotlight itself, I’m expecting new footage for Super Mario Odyssey, Fire Emblem Warriors, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Mario + Rabbids, a couple big reveals and maybe Splatoon 2.

    For a few years, I’ve hoped for a 2D Metroid on 3DS and it hasn’t happened. This is probably the last year I could imagine it being announced with a 3D Metroid for Switch sometime in the future. 2D Metroid on Switch would be great as well. I’m not predicting Metroid for E3, but of course it would be great.

    I just hope people are happy no matter what Nintendo shows. If we don’t get Pikmin, Animal Crossing, Metroid or Super Smash Bros on Switch, I hope everyone isn’t too disappointed.

    I hope everyone enjoys E3 and all the reveals and excitement!

    • Fore

      I share the sentiment of people at least being happy, but since 2015’s Federation Force…. that illusion has been shattered with a 10 ton hammer.

  • Lolo

    I would like to know what that 3DS Kirby multiplayer game is. I hope it’s a game where you can play as multiple characters like Meta Knight, King Dedede, Waddle dee and more.

    The following probably won’t happen, but I wouldn’t mind a Donkey Kong Country Tropical freeze deluxe version, let player 1 play as any character, add more levels, more animal buddies, online mode, and I think it might be a worthy deluxe version.

    But if not, then I definitely would love a brand new donkey Kong game in general, something other than the side scrolling country games, and maybe 3D exploration like DK64.

    I have been hyped for this E3 because I am tired droughts, and really hope Nintendo starts talking more about their games and systems. They need a good E3, they gotta do their best.

  • What I would really love to see:
    – Dragon Quest 10 and/or 11
    – Shin Megami Tensei (5?)
    – Seiken Densetsu Collection
    – Xenoblade Chronicles 2
    – Fire Emblem Switch
    – Octopath Traveler
    – Pokemon Ultra Sun and Moon
    – Super Mario Odyssey
    – Super Smash Bros for Switch
    – Final Fantasy 7 Remake on Switch
    – Something about Switch Virtual Console

    How much of it I expect to see:
    – Mario’s already been confirmed to be there
    – Maybe Pokemon?

    My expectations are little low, I guess, but that just means there’s plenty of room for pleasant surprises. So I’m actually really looking forward to this. ^_^

  • FinalArcadia

    Even though it hasn’t been really, it feels like an eternity since New Leaf came out and I’m hungry for a new Animal Crossing for the Switch. And I doubt it’ll happen yet, but Gamecube virtual console stuff would be awesome.

    Oh, and this is a pipe dream at this point, but I would kill for a Paper Mario 1+2 remake on Switch. A faithful remake with the same mechanics, but updated graphics and maybe the ability to have party members from the other game as “secret recruitable characters” or something just for fun.

    (slightly) More realistically, I would be super excited to see characters like Ephraim or Innes announced for Fire Emblem Warriors. Eliwood, Hector, Cuan, Sigurd, Tana, Cecilia… those would be A-okay too. The only ones who probably have an actual chance at this point are Ephraim and maybe Hector though.

    And if there’s a Smash 4 port for Switch, please let Wolf come back. And put the 3DS stages in too. Some of the 3DS stages were really cool and deserve to be in HD, like the Magicant stage.

  • R.Z.

    My biggest hope for E3 is to hear something about a western release of Monster Hunter XX for Switch, and as soon as possible.
    I don’t know what to make of the “Monster Hunter World” IP in this context though, doesn’t seem like a fitting title for a Generations+.

    Aside from that, I think the 2017 Switch lineup is pretty much established with Pokkén revealed and Mario+Rabbids leaked dry. So my main hope is that the rumors of Xenoblade sliding to early 2018 are fake (even though I was expecting that to happen before any rumor showed up).

    I’m still expecting at least one big reveal for 2018 at some point. Mostly I’d want to see the fabled Retro Studio IP, some new Platinum Games game, Animal Crossing Switch and a new Metroid. Any of these would be good given that I’m expecting more exciting stuff to be revealed later this year.
    I’ve also heard rumors about some Nintendo non-Mario extreme sports game, I’d take that too, but more as a bonus to the above.

    That’s it basically.

  • Hugrazy

    Impossible dream: New Tales game with Takumi Miyajima writing, new sin and punishment, mist walker game