E3 2017

Welcome to our hastily put together E3 2017 page!

Here you’ll find news from Nintendo’s E3 showing, posted hours too late and probably with tons of details missing.

But what else would you expect from this site?

E3 2017 Interview

Reggie: Nintendo Wants “All High-Quality” Games To Have Opportunity To Be Played On Switch

This comes from an IGN interview with Reggie:

“We want every high-quality game to have an opportunity to be played on Nintendo Switch,” Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America’s president and chief operating officer told IGN in an interview at E3 2017. “Every single one. Fill in the blank of third-party, high-quality game really wanted on Nintendo Switch; the answer is yes.”

“We’ve been very thoughtful in making sure we have a strong cadence of launches that are going to keep our fans engaged, going to drive hardware, and continue to propel us forward. And certainly as we think back to Wii U, that’s one of the things that we didn’t do as effectively.”


E3 2017 Nintendo Switch

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 E3 2017 Trailer/Screenshots

It was also reconfirmed for holiday 2017.

Fact Sheet:

E3 2017 Nintendo Switch

LEGO Worlds Coming Fall 2017 (Switch), Physical Versions Includes DLC

WB Games announced today that LEGO Worlds will release on the Switch this fall, the physical version will come with two DLC packs included.
One of which is detailed below:

“The Classic Space Pack will include brand new quests, characters, builds, and vehicles from the wildly popular LEGO Space playsets. Players can blast off and explore the farthest reaches of space and embark on new adventures with friends as they travel across Worlds in a Space Buggy, fly through the atmosphere in the Space Cruiser, excavate the new Moon biome in the Mineral Detector, or land the one man spaceship on the new Classic Space Theme World!”

And here’s a trailer for that DLC:

Source: WB Games PR

E3 2017 Nintendo Switch

Miyamoto Says Pikmin 4 is “Progressing”

Eurogamer asked Shigeru Miyamoto about Pikmin 4, and though he couldn’t say much he did say it was “progressing.”

”I’ve been told not to share anything about this from PR,” Miyamoto laughed, “but I can tell you it is progressing.”

It’s definitely a 2018 game at the earliest (2017 is already packed full), and probably won’t be shown this year at E3 anymore (though Nintendo has been giving vague hints about there still being surprises so who knows).

But, there is still plenty of year left for it to be unveiled in a Direct either way.