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My Nintendo E3 hopes and predictions

This is a very fun post I've been meaning to make for a while. Since this is about E3, I've got some news to share first. The details for the Super Smash Bros. Invitational have been revealed! Take a look at the video below.
Please note that I strictly post about Nintendo events and games. This E3 predictions list WILL NOT have events relating to Microsoft, Sony, or any other gaming developers/companies. 

The Legend of Zelda: Wii U
For me, this might be the hardest to predict since many styles of Zelda games are out there. The Wii U does not yet have a game in The Legend of Zelda franchise, aside from The Windwaker HD, which is a remake of the Gamecube title of the same name. Since Hyrule Warriors is coming out sometime this year as a realistic Zelda title, maybe we'll have a new adventure with Toon Link, or maybe they'll combine the idea with elements from A Link Between Worlds and use the gamepad in a unique way. It's just my predictions, but the new toon-styled adventure might not be far off.

Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS
We'll get a release date for Super Smash Bros. 3DS sometime "late summer",possibly September. Since Sakurai is hosting a 90-minute presentation for Super Smash Bros., what could there be more to talk about? Well first, it will most likely be a tell all presentation, as in everything will be revealed either to a point or completely. New stages, new bosses, and new items might be shown off alongside a unique Miiverse integration feature both for Wii U and 3DS. There will also likely be a unique mode for the Wii U version of the game. There will also be newcomers and some returning characters. Not all of them I am positive will come, but all of these have a chance.
  • Mewtwo (Chance: Unlikely)
  • Pac-Man (Chance: Very Likely) NEWCOMER!
  • Wario (Chance: Certain)
  • Ice Climbers (Chance: Extremely Likely)
  • Jigglypuff (Chance: Certain)
  • Captain Falcon (Chance: Extremely Likely)
  • Ness (Chance: Certain)
  • Blaziken (Chance: Extremely Unlikely) NEWCOMER!
  • Mr. Game and Watch (Chance: Extremely Likely)
What do you think of my predictions so far? If you like it, I'll keep adding on!

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