E3 2014: Day Two News Round-Up

Day two of E3 2014 is over and gamers have been treated to one of the best shows in recent memory.

All three major platform holders have now taken to the stage, including Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo (well, not exactly).

Meanwhile, the industry’s publishing giants including EA, Activision, Ubisoft and plenty others have shown off their upcoming projects for the rest of this year and beyond.

Here’s a comprehensive list of all the news announcements you may have missed from the second day of E3 2014.

Miyamoto confirms Star Fox for Wii U – link
Mii Fighters and toy-to-life figures shown off for Super Smash Bros – link
New Wii U title Captain Toad Treasure Tracker revealed – link
Yoshi’s Woolly World confirmed for Wii U – link
Amiibo toys-to-life range revealed – link
Pokmon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire dated – link
Open-world Zelda game confirmed for 2015 – link
Bayonetta 2 coming October, includes Bayonetta 1 – link
Mario Maker level creator confirmed – link
Online shooter Splatoon revealed for Wii U – link
See Zelda Wii U in action – link

Forza Horizon 2 gameplay footage surfaces online – link

New Destiny trailer gives more story details – link

Battlefield Hardline PS4 and PC multiplayer now open – link
A closer look at Faith from the new Mirror’s Edge – link
EA explains Star Wars Battlefront release date, shows off in-game footage – link

New Metal Gear Solid V trailer released – link

No Man’s Sky hitting PS4 before other platforms – link
From Software’s Bloodborne PS4 exclusivity confirmed – link
New The Order 1886 trailer confirms release date – link
PS Now open beta coming to America in July – link
Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty dated for PS4 – link

Far Cry 4 gameplay trailer has elephants, wingsuits – link

Rise of the Tomb Raider sees Lara Croft struggling with her identity – link

From Software says no plans” for Dark Souls II on PS4 or Xbox One – link

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