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Nintendo shocks at E3 with surprise Zelda sequel announcement

The Next Web Tuesday, 11 June 2019 ()
Nintendo shocks at E3 with surprise Zelda sequel announcementNintendo showed off a sneak peek this year of an upcoming game — and not just its usual in the glut of “latest installments” in the Pokemon, Animal Crossing, and Mario franchises. No, we’re getting a sequel — an actual sequel — to Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The reveal came at the end of Nintendo‘s E3 Direct show. The show wasn’t exactly dull before that point — we got more information on several upcoming titles, such as Pokemon Sword & Shield, Animal Crossing New Horizons, and Luigi’s Mansion 3. The Trials of Mana game is coming out in the West for the first time.…

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E3 is underway. E3, or the Electronic Entertainment Expo, is one of the largest video game conferences in the world. It goes from June 11-13, but it's surrounded by other video game developer events. On Tuesday, Nintendo presented its lineup of games for the next year. Luigi's Mansion 3 The video...

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