Episode 221 – E3 2016 Nintendo

E3 has come and gone, so a new episode of The Lost Levels must ensue. Nintendo gave a lot to the hungry community, even though many expected quite the opposite. While Nintendo certainly focused on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild, games like Pokemon Sun and Moon, Mario Party: Star Rush, and Paper Mario: Color Splash were also on Nintendo’s schedule to show to the people. Yes, there certainly was a lot to cover, and we give our opinions about all the games shown. We also give our opinions about the new Pokemon revealed! The juicy SpiderStaryu hosts this time and Sol (he returns!) is with him!

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I am a joyful 19 year old dude who loves everything Nintendo, particularly Mario, Metroid, Pokemon, and Kirby. I have plenty of roles through out the MPL network, which include: Being an Admin of the MPL Forums, being a Writer here on the website, and also being part of MPL's podcast, The Lost Levels. Outside of MPL, I'm a Let's Player on YouTube.

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  • SpiderStaryu

    All my predictions for E3 2016 came true!!! I’m the best! 😉

    • DJ Colyton

      I read ”I’m the best” in a Toad voice from MK64.

  • CuriousUser

    A time should come to make up for not announcing the Many Unannounced Wii U and 3DS Games at E3 sometime.

  • CuriousUser

    8:25 Don’t get your hopes high for a March Release. The Wii U was said at first to launch in Early 2012, but was like the Gamecube and Wii released in November, with it’s Final Model being shown at E3 2012. We should also keep in mind that there’d first need to be Tech Demos of that System to play, and each Gaming Platform has a Life Span of atleast 5 years, the Wii U’s been running for 3 1/2 Years now.