“We’re going to unveil the whole second half during E3,” said the NOA president. “I mean come on there’s more than enough to get people excited.
“We’re going to have great new content maximizing all of our key franchises. It’s going to be a good second half. There’s going to be a big game for the holidays that the gamers will want.”
Nintendo’s current line up includes Wii Fit and Mario Kart in April, and Super Smash Brothers: Brawl, which hasn’t received a UK release date.