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Shigeru Miyamoto on stage at Nintendo's E3 event

Packed house

Wii U

Miyamoto with the Wii U

The debut of Pikmin 3

New character for Pikmin

Shot of Pikmin 3

Miyamoto with a Pikmin toy

The Wii U controller has an integrated second screen

Wii U home screen

Close up of Wii U controller showing controls

Showing Super Mario U

Showing Super Mario U

Batman for Wii U

Wii U Fitness

ScribbleNaut Unlimited

PaperMario with stickers

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate

Lego City Undercover for Wii U and 3DS

Just Dance

ZombieU gameplay on Wii U

Zombie-fiy yourself

Nintendoland: the happiest place online

An aerial view of Nintendoland

Fireworks from Nintendoland: enjoy the show!

At E3 today, Nintendo showed off almost two dozen games for the Wii U. It also announced that the console will support two separate tablet game pads, will feature Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon's Instant Video, and YouTube, and will also offer a social platform called Miiverse.

Here, Nintendo developer Shigeru Miyamoto takes the stage.

Click on for a photo recap of the press conference.

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The Nokia Theater is packed Tuesday morning at E3 for the Nintendo press conference.
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Today is all about Nintendo's Wii U.
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Miyamoto holds the Wii U device (his interpreter is to the right).
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Nintendo announces Pikmin 3. Other first-party games announced were Super Mario Bros. U and the minigame compilation NintendoLand.
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A new character for Pikmin.
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Another shot of Pikmin 3.
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Miyamoto shows off a Pikmin toy.
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The Wii U controller has an integrated second screen.
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Wii U home screen.
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A close-up of the Wii U controller showing controls.
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Showing off Super Mario U.
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Again, Super Mario U.
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Batman for Wii U.
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Wii U Fitness.
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ScribbleNaut Unlimited.
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Paper Mario with stickers.
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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow -- Mirror of Fate for Wii U.
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Lego City Undercover for Wii U and 3DS.
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Just Dance.
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ZombieU gameplay on Wii U.
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With the Wii U's face mapping technology, you can Zombie-fy yourself!
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Nintendoland: the happiest place online.
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An aerial view of Nintendoland.
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Fireworks from Nintendoland: enjoy the show!
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