Nintendo’s Treehouse stream is set to begin later today, and features the newest Nintendo titles. With the show floor opening up at 12 PM later today, the biggest game for sure at Nintendo is The Legend of Zelda for Wii U. Stay tuned here for the live blog and updates throughout the day for the Nintendo stream.
Expected game play includes Pokemon Sun and Moon, The Legend of Zelda, Dragon Quest, and other titles. Keep checking back!
With that, decent little place to end off. Something has come up that requires my attention. I will try to update as things happen, thank you all for watching the live blog! Staff will peek in here or there as well! Gotta love that survival element here.
Temple of Time, already. My oh my. That’s crazy. Looks like it got all kinds of messed up over time too, no pun intended.
Wow, we can use spears now, and things break frequently.
Weapon broke really easily. Interesting.
Combat is really cool.
I WANT THIS. I NEED THIS.
This is insane.
Swords in stone. Oh man.
This old guy is going to be the final boss, isn’t he?
Huh, there are choices in dialogue we can interact with.
There’s subtitles to showcase the world of Zelda. That sweeping panorama realizes just how large the world is.
Oh my god. This world is stunning.
LINK CAN JUMP.
We can play it nude. Oh my.
He gets clothing items.
Sheikah slates. Introducing technology.
He’s also shirtless. Cue massive incoming fan excitement.
Link wakes up to start the game.
Link getting… bathed…? Going Drowned God on us?
We’re back! Aonuma game play happening now! And Aonuma looks like he just ate a canary.
Aonuma coming up shortly.
My brother’s gonna have a field day on this one. *sighs*
Free for all, ganging up is entirely possible.
New multiplayer mode Pokemon Royale is insane. Four Pokemon in at once.
New battle mode called the Battle Royale.
Game play coming to a bit of a halt now before they give it all away.
Hau’s theme for the rival battle is solid. The backgrounds are so good for battles.
This girl has a hilariously large bag.
Trainer has entered the new village for a festival. Some new characters to interact with, and new fights.
New Pikipek bird Pokemon, it’s the new Pidgey 😀
The Alola region looks a lot more organic; trainers have unique ending expressions and pouts when they lose, and throw their balls differently.
Trainer battle going. The soundtrack is on FIRE.
Oh man, it’s good. The noticing is really cool too.
When a trainer is approached, there’s a shadow that appears, and she throws her Pokeball around. It’s tense. 😀
Movement is now free and not on a grid.
Hilarious face. Always wants to eat.
New Pokemon called Yungoos.
This wild theme music is seriously on fire. The camera pans out really nicely, and they no longer rest on those circles!
Trainer standing behind the Pokemon to establish the feeling of the trainer being directly with their partner.
OH MAN. The wild battle theme is so much better than X and Y.
Player has just moved to the Alola region, and he’s slowly setting out to a neighboring town with festivals ongoing.
Oh my god, game play time! And the music is a blast. I love it.
Masuda is laughing, and declines to answer.
In their art, the host noticed how they had a small bracelet on their wrists.
With the hot climate, the characters needed to be lighter dressed.
Starters are built to relate to the player and with cuteness elements.
Talking about the starters Rowlett, Popplio, and litten.
Just a few moments earlier, Game Freak recapped a small game play video, and spoke a bit about Zygarde.
Junichi Masuda has been talking for a while now about the mythology elements behind the Sun and Moon naming, and the regions itself teeming with life.
Sorry! Technical difficulty!
Announced as The Legend of Zelda: The Breath of the Wild
Link sporting some new armor.
Cooking, doing all kinds of really different stuff. The music is top notch
Link is CLIMBING
ZELDA TRAILER GOING LIVE
Reggie explaining how the show floor will feature the Legend of Zelda.
Reggie Fils-Aime opening with the tragedy condolences for Orlando.