Nintendo is only planning to bring one playable game, the upcoming Zelda title for Wii U, to this year’s E3. That said, we can still look forward to footage and updates on other games during the Nintendo Treehouse Live @ E3 presentations. As we learned earlier today, Nintendo’s June 14th livestream (which includes footage of Zelda all day long) will also feature Pokémon Sun and Moon. Nintendo has elaborated further on this, revealing that we’ll get to see the first live gameplay of the upcoming Pokémon games during that stream.
The festivities continue on June 15th, when Nintendo will showcase footage from several upcoming 3DS and Wii U games. You’ll be able to check out more news and gameplay from titles like
Monster Hunter Generations, Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past, and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. June 15th will also bring us a Pokémon GO Q&A session. We’ll be covering all of the exciting E3 news as it breaks, so tune into Gamnesia for E3 coverage!
Source: Nintendo Everything