"We will be announcing several new titles that core gamers will be interested in around the time of E3," public relations director Marc Franklin told GamePro.
This year's E3 Media & Business Summit runs from July 15-17. Though no games have been revealed, rumors suggest the company may unveil an online Animal Crossing title, a new Kid Icarus game, and/or an entirely new franchise.
Despite many attributing the success of the Wii and Nintendo DS to a focus on casual-oriented titles such as Wii Fit and Brain Training (DS), Franklin maintained that "core gamers" represent an extremely important audience to Nintendo.
Nintendo marketing VP Cammie Dunaway made a similar statement, claiming that "Nintendo has something for everyone," following the recent arrival of the May software sale figures, which saw a mix of seven traditional and casual-oriented Nintendo titles rank among the ten best-selling games of the month.