Well! That was a surprise. It started slow, but today’s Nintendo Direct broadcast brought absolutely massive news from the Japanese giant, with no fewer than seven new games announced (and one remake). We now know what Nintendo is going to be showing at E3, and what to expect from Wii U this year. Here’s everything that happened in one handy place. A New, HD Zelda: It’s clearly at a very early stage, but Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma gave us the first information about the next game in this beloved series. Promising that the team is “rethinking the conventions of Zelda,” like completing dungeons in order and the series almost exclusively single-player heritage, he promised a newborn Zelda that will delve into the series’ early history for its inspiration.
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