Nintendo still have some trump cards up in their sleeves as they hinted some upcoming games for 2015.
The Big N posted an image on Twitter regarding some of their planned game release for 2014 and 2015, Zelda: Hyrule Warriors is already scheduled to release this month while Bayonetta 2 and Super Smash Bros. will be on October. The interesting part is on the 2015 schedule as there are some planned games to be released, such as a new Star Fox game, the last release was Star Fox 64 3D on 2011. Shigeru Miyamoto already hinted that a Star Fox game is in the works for the Wii U, the same goes for another Zelda game for 2015, which was teased on E3 2014 last June.
Another was the Giant Robot Project, also announced last June at E3, which lets you pilot a giant robot using the Wii U pad and your body movements, then there is Project Guard, where you take control of a series of surveillance cameras and you have to switch to different cameras when defeating invading enemies.
Also listed for the 2015 line-up were Mario Maker, Splatoon, Yoshi’s Wooly World, Kirby and the Rainbow Course and Xenoblade Chronicles X. Take note that majority of the game releases for 2015 are for the Wii U console, no details yet on what 3DS games will be on the line-up yet.
With this announcement and even the recently announced New 3DS, Nintendo is really pumped up with new games to dominate the hearts of the gamers once again.