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Rumor: Mario Maker Announcement Coming at E3 [Update: It's Real!]

Posted on Tuesday, June 10 @ 12:02:00 PST by Alex_Osborn
[Update]: Nintendo unveiled Mario Maker, a level-creation game that will be coming to Wii U in 2015. Check out the announcement trailer below.

[Original] Nintendo is planning to announce a game called "Mario Maker" next week at E3, if an alleged leaked photo of Nintendo's E3 show floor is any indication.

The image (pictured below) is a bit blurry and could be completely fake, but the prospect of a Wii U Mario game that uses the GamePad to allow users to create custom 2D platforming levels sounds too amazing to not be real. Then again, Nintendo is infamous for defying expectations.

In the leaked image, you'll also notice displays for an Animal Crossing villager, Pikachu, and Kirby. Could that all just be Smash Bros.-related decor? Probably. Then again, it could have something to do with Nintendo's figurine platform. If you look closely, it looks like Pikachu is standing on a disc of sorts....

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Tags:   Nintendo, E3, rumor, mario, wii u

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