According to Nintendo’s chief operations officer, Reggie Fils-Aime, the Wii maker will attempt to steal this year’s E3 show in July.
“We’re going to have great new content maximizing all of our key franchises, it’s going to be a good second half,” said Fils-Aime. The Wii console maker is laying out its lineup for the rest of the year at the show.
However, exact details on what products in key franchises would be were not disclosed, but he did mention that Nintendo has an ace up its sleeve to capture gamers’ attention during this year’s holiday rush.
“There’s going to be a big game for the holidays that the gamers will want,” he said. “All I can tell you is that what we announce during E3 is going to be fantastic. The gamers are going to be excited and the expanded audience is going to be excited.”
Fils-Aime also mentioned the long-under-the-radar Wii Music Orchestra.
“We were just in Japan, we saw a range of different products, we saw a sneak peak as to how that’s developing, it’s looking great,” he said. “So who knows, maybe that’s one of the things we talk about at E3.”
Historically, when Nintendo has something up their sleeve, the outcome never disappoints.