According to a potential new leak, we might be playing Splatoon and Yoshi's Woolly World sooner than expected.
The dates, which were erroneously posted on Nintendo Europe's press site and picked up by NeoGAF, place Splatoon to launch on May 29th, followed by Yoshi's Woolly World on June 26th.
Here's hoping, because we can't wait for both of these games.
Splatoon is shaping up to be an anarchic new take on team deathmatches that task players with coating levels in brightly coloured ink, through which they can then swim at blistering speeds. Zany weapons, robust progression and engaging singleplayer are all on the cards too, which sounds like music to our ears. You can still pre-order Splatoon on Wii U for £25 and watch some Playboy Playmates play it if you're so inclined.
Or watch me play it.
Meanwhile Yoshi's Woolly World is a great big cuddle disguised as a videogame. It's designed to be the most adorable thing you've ever seen. Taking inspiration from Kirby's Epic Yarn and more real-life wool than you can shake a knitting needle at, it's a colourful world of soft fuzzy floors, warm cuddly walls and bouncing balls of string. However, Yoshi's Woolly World is also no slouch when it comes to gameplay, with great mechanics and interesting material-based puzzles. Having played it myself, I found it both heartwarming and lightly brainteasing, with big levels that encourage serious exploration.
You can pre-order for £39.85 and watch me play it below!