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Star Fox Zero (Wii U)

The next installment in the Star Fox franchise is coming to the Wii U. Star Fox Zero will utilize the Wii U GamePad to give gamers a first-person view of the action.

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Star Fox Zero (Wii U)

Star Fox Zero will arrive on the Wii U this holiday season.

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Super Mario Maker (Wii U)

Ever wanted to create your own Super Mario level? You're in luck. The new Super Mario Maker for the Wii U lets anyone make, play and share custom levels from Nintendo's classic side-scrolling games.

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Super Mario Maker (Wii U)

Super Mario Maker will arrive on the Wii U on September 11.

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Bowser in Skylanders (Wii U)

A beloved Nintendo villain will be invading Skylanders: SuperChargers later this year. Bowser, along with his trusty airplane, will join the Skylanders battle when the game is released on September 20 for the Wii U.

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Donkey Kong, too (Wii U)

Bowser won't be alone, however. He will be joined by Donkey Kong and his trusty go-kart.

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Mario Tennis Ultra Smash (Wii U)

Mario, his buddies and even some of his foes are back for another match of tennis. Mario Tennis Ultra Smash will arrive on the Wii U this holiday season.

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Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam (3DS)

Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam will cross the Mario and Luigi world with the Paper Mario universe. The two brothers will be back in action when the RPG arrives in the spring of 2016 on the Nintendo 3DS

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Yoshi's Wooly World (Wii U)

Yoshi has been transferred to a world of yarn in the new Wii U game Yoshi's Woolly World. The game will arrive on October 16 and will support Nintendo's Amiibo action figures.

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Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer (3DS)

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer isn't like the other games in the Animal Crossing franchise. Rather than exploring the town and doing task for others, Happy Home Designer focuses on designing and decorating homes for other characters.

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer will be available September 25 on the Nintendo 3DS.

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Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival (Wii U)

There's also Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival, which resembles gameplay similar to Mario Party but taking place in the Animal Crossing world.

Rather than running around town or creating homes for others, you roll dice and make your way around the board. Each marker you land on will will have a different task attached to it. As the name implies, the game uses Nintendo's Amiibo figures to transfer characters into the game world.

Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival will arrive on the Wii U this holiday season.

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Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U)

The next installment in the open world role-playing Xenoblade series will arrive on the Wii U on December 4. Xenoblade Chronicles X is the spiritual successor to the Wii's Xenoblade Chronicles.

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Yokai Watch (3DS)

Yokai Watch, a popular Japanese game that involves catching ghosts, will arrive on the Nintendo 3DS this holiday season.

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Fire Emblem Fates (3DS)

Known as Fire Emblem If in Japan, Nintendo announced that the next installment in the Fire Emblem series will be called Fire Emblem Fates in the US. The tactical RPG will arrive on the Nintendo 3DS sometime in 2016.

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Metroid Prime Federation Forge (3DS)

Metroid Prime Federation Forge is coming to the Nintendo 3DS. The game is similar to previous Metroid games, but will feature four-player co-op missions. It also includes Metroid Prime: Blast Ball, a sports game where you control robots trying to shoot a ball into a goal.

Metroid Prime Federation Forge will be available for the Nintendo 3DS sometime in 2016.

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Hyrule Warriors Legends (3DS)

Nintendo is bringing Hyrule Warriors to the 3DS handheld. The game will contain every character from the original hack-and-slash game, including DLC characters and two new characters: Tetra and The King of Red Lions from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.

Hyrule Warriors Legends will arrive on the Nintendo 3DS in early 2016.

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Zelda Tri Force Heroes (3DS)

Zelda: Tri Force Heroes allows you and two of your friends to join up and drive the evil forces out of Hyrule. Friends can't play? You can swap them out for two "doll-like" characters that can be used to help complete tasks and puzzles.

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Zelda Tri Force Heroes (3DS)

Zelda: Tri Force Heroes will arrive on the Nintendo 3DS this fall.

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