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E3: Rate the Nintendo Conference [poll]
 
10 (10/54 votes)
 19%
9 (23/54 votes)
 43%
8 (16/54 votes)
 30%
7 (5/54 votes)
 9%
6 (0/54 votes)
 0%
5 (0/54 votes)
 0%
4 (0/54 votes)
 0%
3 (0/54 votes)
 0%
2 (0/54 votes)
 0%
1 (0/54 votes)
 0%
 
I'd personally give it a 7. It showed some cool games, especially Zelda and Mario Maker, plus some new stuff for Smash, but nothing really blew me away. Plus, no F-Zero, Star Fox, Metroid, or mention of DS on the Wii U was disappointing. Plus, no "YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS RIGHT NOW OR THIS WEEK" surprises. I love those and we didn't get any.

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Posted: 06/10/14, 19:50:46
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I give it a 9. Great stuff and there's clearly more to come as that was StarFox that Miyamoto was playing and there's been no indication of what the mystery 3DS game was.
Posted: 06/10/14, 19:52:44
Nine. Had I gotten my Fatal Frame info I would have given it a ten, but it's a strong nine right now. Gotta love the surprises in there, especially Splatoon.
Posted: 06/10/14, 19:54:14
8. I had zero expectations going into this, so I was pleasantly surprised by what was shown. Lots of good stuff, including that awesome Zelda teaser!
Posted: 06/10/14, 19:54:42
Plenty of awesomeness for me. Bayonetta included with Bayonetta 2 is a nice surprise. Mii fighters in Smash very cool. Badass Zelda tease, and Hyrule Warriors is looking great. More than I expected, and that subtle Starfox teaser kicked that up to 10.
Posted: 06/10/14, 19:55:40
/10
Posted: 06/10/14, 19:57:07
10. I just can't believe how great Yoshi's Woolly World looks, with some really interesting new gameplay ideas showing up already. A sequel to Kirby Canvas Curse on Wii U is an awesome surprise (digging the claymation look). Toad's Treasure Tracker is something I asked for and didn't expect to get. And Splattoon is an awesome "Nintendo" take on shooters. And Bayonetta 1 + 2 is an awesome surprise.

Loved it!
Posted: 06/10/14, 19:57:30  - Edited by 
 on: 06/10/14, 19:57:57
No Retro... 8.
Posted: 06/10/14, 19:58:15
Couldn't click 10 quick enough.

All of this plus The Devil's Third, Starfox, MP10 and no doubt more reveals over the course of the show. Mindblowing confident show.
Posted: 06/10/14, 19:59:12
10

I was struggling to pick up my jaw from the ground. It was just one big hit after another.
Posted: 06/10/14, 20:00:13
The lineup looks fantastic... and Zelda? Oh, yes. 2015 is going to be a great year for Nintendo.

Metroid is the only thing missing, but maybe next year.
Posted: 06/10/14, 20:01:03
I'll give it a 9er. Best Nintendo E3 in years. Why didn't they show Mario Party?? I need to see what it looks like.

Splatoon looks amazing and might be my game of the show so far. A while back I hoped for Super Mario Paintball and this looks remarkably similar to what I wanted.
Posted: 06/10/14, 20:01:36  - Edited by 
 on: 06/10/14, 20:04:05
Zelda/10 - less Zelda than required = 9/10
Posted: 06/10/14, 20:03:18
I'm between a 6 and a 7, I think. Not a ton of huge surprises, just more information about previously announced games and smaller surprises (Splatoon, Mario Maker, That Toad game, Canvas Curse 2). No real punch or impact. Some parts got boring and lasted too long. The opening with Robot Chicken and Reggie and Iwata fighting was the highlight. That guy in the audience yelling for Mother 3 had me cracking up so much. At the end, when Miyamoto was talking about the livestreams, that was obviously StarFox on the screen behind him. Why not use that as the big "wow" game this year? Instead, Smash Brothers is left as the big closer two years in a row. Speaking of Smash Bros, summer is apparently 5 months long this year.

Wow, I'm being really negative! Here's I liked.

Yarn Yoshi looks gorgeous. I'm blown away. Mario Maker has a lot of potential. I'm curious about what Aonuma was talking about when he said that you could approach areas from any direction as opposed to entering from a set point. Does that mean we can climb Death Mountain from a variety of angles, or does that approach to design run deeper? Love the art style. The toad game looks pretty neat. It takes the basic concepts of the original minigame and expands on them in every direction. Splatoon has potential. And Palut-FREAKING-tena! Wow! I'm ready to see Star Fox!
Posted: 06/10/14, 20:05:05  - Edited by 
 on: 06/10/14, 20:26:29
I guess my main beef with the presentation is that most of the games shown are 2015 games. Because I'm not interested in Smash Bros., I'm not sure what other big games are coming out later this year for the Wii U. Next year should be great, though.
Posted: 06/10/14, 20:06:06
@canonj

Hyrule Warriors and I think Bayonetta 2 are coming this year. Maybe the Toad Game. Did Splatoon or Mario Maker get a year of release?
Posted: 06/10/14, 20:07:58
Probably an 8 or so.
Posted: 06/10/14, 20:09:01
I'd score it a 9. I liked just about every announcement, and how the announcements were shown. Reappearing games like Yoshi's Woolly World and Xenoblade Chronicles X look even better than before, and I was surprised quite a few times. I wasn't expecting to see such a grand Zelda trailer, a standalone Captain Toad game, a Canvas Curse sequel, Bayonetta being included in Bayonetta 2, or a very imaginative-looking new IP.

I also think the Super Smash Brothers announcements were cool, and the teaser at the end has me very excited.
Posted: 06/10/14, 20:09:25  - Edited by 
 on: 06/10/14, 21:52:43
@Hero_Of_Hyrule

I thought Toad, Splatoon and Mario Maker were all 2015, but I could be wrong.
Posted: 06/10/14, 20:10:54
Toad is "Holiday 2014".
Posted: 06/10/14, 20:11:55  - Edited by 
 on: 06/10/14, 20:12:25
@Guillaume

Awesome!
Posted: 06/10/14, 20:14:54
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