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E3 2014 Predictions: Nintendo

Posted on Friday, May 16 @ 18:00:00 Eastern by GR_Staff

All week long, we've been sharing out E3 predictions with you, the dedicated GameRevolution readers. Have you had enough? Well too bad, we've got one more for you but it's a good one. On Monday, we shared our predictions for Microsoft and almost immediately one of them came true! On Tuesday, our predictions for Electronic Arts went out but sadly none of those have been confirmed yet. On Wednesday, our predictions for Ubisoft correctly expected a Far Cry 4 announcement! Yesterday, we shared our predictions for Sony at E3 and today, we've got predictions for Nintendo. Check them out below!

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