Nintendo kicked off day two of E3 with a digital event to showcase their announcements for 2015 and beyond, opening the show in quite the entertaining fashion with Nintendo muppets. They then gave us a look at the long awaited Star Fox game, and it only got better from there. Our bodies are ready, Nintendo.

Star Fox Zero


We’ve been given a first look at Star Fox Zero and what went on behind the scenes in the creation of the game. Coming to Wii U in the near future, you can watch the trailer and check out all the details here.

DK and Bowser Amiibo Join Skylanders

Skylanders SuperChargers will feature special DK and Bowser figures and vehicles, exclusively on the Nintendo Platform. The figures will work both as Skylanders and Amiibo thanks to a twist setting on the base, you can check them out here.

Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes


Triforce Heroes is a new three player cooperative 3DS title that will see you solving puzzles and dungeon crawling with friends. You can check out the trailer and more information here.

A new trailer for the 3DS version of Hyrule Warriors, Legends, was also shown, giving us a look at new Wind Waker characters, which you can check out here.

Metroid Prime Federation Force

Metroid makes its debut on the 3DS in quite an odd fashion, in a four player coop game set in the world of Metroid Prime. Check out the trailer here.

Fire Emblem Fates


We got a second look at the Fire Emblem Fates trailer, first shown earlier in the year. You can watch it here.

Xenoblade Chronicles X

Monolith Soft’s newest title will be hitting western shelves on December 4th. Check out the new trailer and more details here.

Animal Crossing


From Happy Home Designer to a new board game style Amiibo Festival, Nintendo had plenty of Animal Crossing to show off. You can find all the details here.

Yoshi’s Wooly World

The adorable yarn Yoshi adventure was shown off in with a fancy new trailer, giving a look at some new features, viewable here.

Yokai Watch


Nintendo showed a new English trailer for the 3DS title Yokai Watch, available to watch here.


Super Mario Maker was the final and focal point of the stream, celebrating the 30th anniversary of Mario. From a new look at gameplay and features, plus a new 8 Bit Amiibo and in game costumes, you can find all the details here.

We also recieved trailers for Mario & Luigi Paper Jam a 3DS RPG meets Paper Mario title, and Mario Tennis Ultra Slam for Wii U, viewable here.

If you feel like checking it out for yourself, you can watch the whole digital event below. Enjoy!