Super Mario
Nintendo's game character Super Mario is seen on a screen at the presentation ceremony of Nintendo's new game console Switch in Tokyo, Japan January 13, 2017. Reuters/Kim Kyung-Hoon

E3 2017 is a month away and fans can’t wait to see what Nintendo has in store for the annual event. Apart from the “Super Mario” games, there are chances that the company will also unveil other titles, such as “Super Smash Bros.” and “Pokemon Stars” for Nintendo Switch.

Three new “Super Mario” games will be unveiled at the conference. On June 13, the company will hold the Nintendo Spotlight, showcasing the upcoming games for the Switch console. A playable demo for the fans will be setup for “Super Mario Odyssey.” It is the first sandbox-style “Super Mario” game since Nintendo GameCube’s “Super Mario Sunshine” in 2002. Different 3D worlds are waiting for fans. Mario will be exiting the Mushroom Kingdom and explore new places. He will use his airship to sail across worlds and gain new abilities.

He will also be able to throw his iconic cap. There is a dearth of information on the “Odyssey” game. It will be released during the holiday season so that Nintendo Switch is able to boost its sales further. The second “Super Mario” game to be unveiled is a weird crossover RPG with Ubisoft's Rabbids franchise, writes Tech Times. As per the report, the game also has a weird name, “Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.” It is being reportedly developed on a Snowdrop engine used for “Tom Clancy's The Division” and “South Park: The Fractured But Whole.”

There will be eight playable characters included in the RPG, which will feature turn-based combat. There will be a two-player local co-op mode. The eight characters include Peach, Yoshi, Luigi and Mario along with four Rabbids wearing costumes of the first four characters. “Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga” is the third title to be announced. In fact, this game was first released back in 2003 Game Boy Advance. The upcoming game could be a remastered version of the original game or a sequel or a complete remake.

Meanwhile, fans are more or less convinced that Nintendo is coming up with “Pokemon Stars.” Recently, Nintendo on its American and Japanese YouTube channels moved an old Pokemon-themed Nintendo Direct to trash. The moment fans spotted this deletion, they thought it is a clear sign that “Pokemon Stars” will be announced soon. The video that has been taken down is last February’s reveal of “Pokemon Sun and Moon.” As “Pokemon Stars” is rumoured to be a re-release of “Sun and Moon,” fans are almost certain the game is coming soon, reports Polygon.