The conference video is over, but Nintendo's still announcing new games. The latest three are Mario Party 10, Kirby and the Rainbow Curse plus Mario vs. Donkey Kong. All three are headed to Wii U.


Mario Party 10 will star Bowser and seems to focus on being a jerk to your friends using the GamePad. It will also be Amiibo compatible.

Kirby's latest, meanwhile, sees you drawing lines on the screen which Kirby then follows, avoiding enemies and collecting doodads.

Finally, Mario vs. Donkey Kong (just a working title for now) sees the puzzle series arrive on Wii U in HD, with touchscreen controls via the GamePad. There's a puzzle creator mode so you can design and share your own maps, too.

All three games are due in 2015.

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