One of the most beloved names in gaming world, Nintendo has some great things to showcase during the Las Vegas E3 show – Star Fox Zero, Metroid Prime: Federation Force and Xenoblade Chronicles X.
The game is set to fly in end of this year on Wii U. The game pad will allow players to aim carefully and checking out the surrounding environments from the cockpit whereas the television is showing the wider view of the world.
There is only one button to fire weapons and the rest will transform the Arwing into a walker, “landmaster” or “gyrowing” flip or perform a U-Turn. The reason why they call it Star Fox Zero because it is neither a remake or sequel according to Nintendo.
Next we looking at Metroid Prime: Federation Force.
Metroid Prime: Federation Force is a co-op FPS game being developed by Next Level Games for Nintendo 3DS. The game itself is a spin-off of Metroid Prime series where the player is a Galactic Federation soldier. The game have similar features to Metroid Prime Hunters. The multiplayer mode of the game is called Metroid Prime: Blast Ball which it is first introduced during Nintendo World Championships 2015.
At first it was met with skepticism or even downright to anger by the fans who were saying things like this is not a true Nintendo game, lack of single player mode and absence of the Metroid heroine, Samus Aran. However Nintendo corrected the later two contentions, saying that Samus will show up in this game and there is a single player mode.
Last but not least, we have Xenoblade Chronicles.
Xenoblade Chronicles or known in Japan as XenobladeX/ゼノブレイドクロス or Zenobureido Kurosu is a an action JRPG by developer Monolith Soft and published by Nintendo for Wii U. The game is part of Xeno series, somewhat a sequel to Xenoblade Chronicles on old Wii. The game was released back in 29 April at Japan and set to release for North America, Europe and Australia on 4 December 2015.
You can watch the entire presentation below: