The biggest name in video games is using E3 to show off three new titles he’s working on right now for the Wii U, and one of those is Star Fox.Nintendo’s E3 presentation is already a glowing success. Everyone needed to know that Nintendo had a future planned for their hardware, and now we know there’s a ton of amazing games coming to the Wii U and 3DS.At the end of the presentation yesterday, we saw a brief clip from Shigeru Miyamoto himself explaining that there’s some special Wii U games that rely on the GamePad in new and unique ways on the show floor for everyone to check out. We now know what those games are, and how they add to the already impressive 2015 lineup for the Wii U.While many of the Nintendo E3 event games focused on local and remote multiplayer, it looks like Miyamoto has been focused on getting the most out of the two screen situation. Project Giant Robot lets you assemble huge mechanical structures and fight with them as though you are a sumo wrestler. The movement focuses on how you sling your arms and move the GamePad around, which is a cool use of the accelerometer and gyro in the controller.Project Guard fills both screens with a ton of content and forces you to balance between two displays in order to fight off critters attacking a prison-esque facility from all sides. The multi-camera layout is an impressive challenge, and in the video clearly benefits from having a wingman in the living room with you to call out baddies you might miss.While we got to hear the words Star Fox escape Miyamoto’s lips, they were immediately followed by how he isn’t ready to show the game off just yet. Obviously a new Star Fox game would be a huge deal for a lot of fans, and the flight aspects wrapped into the gyro on the gamepad would be an amazing way to navigate the environments and dive headfirst into combat. Star Fox is one of those things that is big enough to get its own Nintendo Direct presentation, though, so we’ll surely see more on the game shortly.Taken altogether, with Miyamoto at the helm it is a good time to be a Wii U owner.
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