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Alleged Nintendo E3 Leak – Games List

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Alleged Nintendo E3 Leak – Games List

Images posted online, alleged to be internal Nintendo documents could have given away everything planned to be shown for Nintendo E3. The documents show a list of games and also a list of times and guests to appear on the Treehouse Live stream to discuss games, host competitions and more.

The Nintendo E3 documents hold some incredible information and if true show that the Switch is about to receive some great games, both old and new.

Games on the list that are most of note include Fortnite, Fallout3 Anniversary Edition, Pokemon Lets GO! Pikachu and Eevee Editions and F-Zero SX.

While the documents have not been verified, they suggest the following titles and running order:

  • Super Smash Bros.
  • Punch-Out!! Become the Champion
  • Metroid Prime: Renegade
  • Splatoon 2 Octo Expansion
  • Fire Emblem Memories
  • Fallout 3 Anniversary
  • Yoshi’s Flipping Island
  • Pokemon Let’s GO! Pikachu and Pokemon Let’s GO! Eevee
  • F-Zero SX
  • Fortnite
  • Star Fox Lylat System

We also have ports of Fortnite, Dragon Ball FighterZ, and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus listed here which would make a lot of sense. Fortnite and Dragon Ball FighterZ both use the Unreal Engine, which supposedly offers a lot of ease when it comes to bringing games in that engine to Switch. At least if what many indie devs were saying at PAX East in 2017 was true. Of course, Wolfenstein II had already been confirmed, but won’t be releasing until July 29th, so it makes sense for it to be more of a sizzle reel game.

The real glaring hole in this list is the title, Yoshi’s Flipping Island, which would just not pass Nintendo’s quality assurance teams.

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