Nintendo has once again decided to forego the traditional press conference for E3 and instead will host their own presentation June 14 at 9 a.m. PDT. This year, the company will also forego presenting a pre-recorded Digital Event and instead go for a Nintendo Treehouse Live @ E3 broadcast. 

The show is expected to focus on "The Legend of Zelda" for Wii U and talk about a few other titles such as "Pokémon Sun" and "Pokémon Moon." Check out these confirmed titles that will be presented at Nintendo's E3 presentation below: 

  • "The Legend of Zelda" (Wii U)
  • "Pokémon Sun" and "Pokémon Moon" (3DS)
  • "Monster Hunter Generations" (3DS)
  • "Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past" (3DS)
  • "Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE" (Wii U)

The playable kiosks on E3's show floor will only be of "The Legend of Zelda," but the publisher is planning to show off other games during its live stream. Viewers can also expect the company to talk a little about "Animal Crossing" and "Fire Emblem" for mobile.

While we know what is confirmed, there are a few things that the company may surprise us and discuss or show. The company has repeatedly said the NX will be its next console, but will not be showing it at E3. While we hope this is a rumor, we believe it will not make an appearance.

Another rumor making its rounds say "The Legend of Zelda" will introduce a female Link as the protagonist and that this version of "The Legend of Zelda" will have voice acting.

Finally, a sequel to the cult classic "Earthbound," "Mother 3" may finally get localized in the U.S., but again we will not be too bummed if it does not come to the presentation as it has yet to be confirmed. 

You can watch the Nintendo E3 event on the company's website here or in the Twitch video below. 

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