Nintendo E3 Trailers: Kid Icarus, Zelda: Skyward Sword, Kirby Wii and More

Nintendo has just graced us with a swath of trailers from their press conference earlier today. Rather than prattle on about stuff we already told you about, I thought I’d just give you a chance to watch and/or download them all.

Hit the button above each trailer to grab it from our fast, free download servers!

Kirby Wii – Official E3 2011 Trailer

 

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword – Official E3 2011 Trailer

 

Kid Icarus Uprising 3Ds – E3 2011 Trailer

 

Super Mario 3DS – Official E3 2011 Trailer

 

Animal Crossing 3DS – E3 2011 Trailer

 

Paper Mario 3DS – Official E3 2011 Trailer

 

Luigi’s Mansion 2 3DS – Official E3 2011 Trailer

 

Mario Kart 3DS – Official E3 2011 Trailer

 

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4 Comments on Nintendo E3 Trailers: Kid Icarus, Zelda: Skyward Sword, Kirby Wii and More

Aids

On June 7, 2011 at 11:44 pm

When will game companies learn to remain true to there original collective works which made them great in the first place. Nintendo still does it by adding in new updated twists which keep there old games fresh but still interesting. Instead of alienating games to kids and adults. It’s fun for all ages. No wonder Nintendo still is one top.

Ron Whitaker

On June 8, 2011 at 9:16 am

Unfortunately, I completely disagree. Nintendo’s press conference was a huge letdown for me, mostly because all they announced were ports and sequels. As usual, Nintendo thinks that innovating in hardware is enough.

It isn’t. The only thing that looks mildly interesting from Nintendo is the new Kid Icarus for 3DS, but no one is going to pay $249 for a 3DS when they can get Vita for the same price.

Adding twists is all well and good, but this will be about the 10th release of Mario Kart, and none of them vary much from previous editions. How many times will Nintendo sucker people into buying the same game again?

zelda skyward swords

On July 16, 2011 at 6:10 am

Playing the Legend of Zelda ocarina of time on my N64. Can’t get better.