Nintendo hasn’t exactly had the easiest time these past couple of years. It isn’t because there haven’t been any great games coming from the company. Hits like Bayonetta 2, Super Mario Maker, Super Smash Bros., and Splatoon have helped to garner some attention for the struggling Wii U, and the 3DS has been holding its own for several years now. However, Sony and Microsoft, the other members of the “Big Three,” have been dominating hardware sales in the home console market and have been grabbing all of the major third party titles.
With E3 being the perfect time to start gathering attention, and a great opportunity to steal the spotlight, Nintendo will need to capitalize on this chance. Here are some things you can expect at E3 2016.