This year at the San Diego Comic-Con, Nintendo will be returning to the floor. At the convention, which is being held from July 21st to 24th, they will be having a variety of games that include Mario Kart 3DS, Kid Icarus: Uprising, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, and, as a special appearance, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword! Nintendo will be showing off Skyward Sword’s “public playable debut in North America.” Jump inside for the full list of games, Nintendo’s words on Skyward Sword’s appearance, and for my own thoughts.

The official Nintendo Press Release used these exact words when they described Skyward Sword’s appearance at the Comic-Con:

Skyward Sword for Wii™ will make its public playable debut in North America, letting players experience Link’s latest motion-controlled adventure firsthand.

The interesting part of this quote is the “public playable debut in North America.” Could this mean that they are going to show us something that they didn’t show us at E3? Like a new trailer? Possibly even a whole new area for exploration and demonstration? This little tid-bit of information is making me very curious about what Nintendo has in store for the San Diego Comic-Con.

Also, for this event, Nintendo has commissioned an artist to create a large chalk drawing to celebrate the launch of Ocarina of Time 3D for the 3DS and for the upcoming launch of Skyward Sword. The art will be created on-site over several days at Nintendo’s Gaming Lounge.

For your convenience, here is the full list of Nintendo games that will be making an appearance:

  • Nintendo 3DS:
    • Super Mario
    • Mario Kart
    • Kid Icarus: Uprising
    • Star Fox 64™ 3D
    • The Legend of Zelda™: Ocarina of Time™ 3D
    • Pokédex™ 3D
    • METAL GEAR SOLID® Snake Eater 3D from Konami
    • Shinobi™ from SEGA®
    • Super Street Fighter® IV 3D Edition from CAPCOM
    • DEAD OR ALIVE® Dimensions from TECMO KOEI
  • Wii:
    • The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
    • Kirby™ Wii
    • Rhythm Heaven™
    • Fortune Street™
    • Captain America™: Super Soldier™ from SEGA
    • Just Dance® 3 from Ubisoft®
  • Nintendo DS™ family of systems:
    • Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker™ 2

So, what do you think about this impressive list? Also, what are your thoughts on the little bit of information Nintendo gave us? Enough to warrant an expectancy of a new something from Skyward Sword? Or just a bit of text that we shouldn’t worry about? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

Source: GoNintendo
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