Well, I'm back.
We snapped some pictures, but not a lot: http://imgur.com/a/EKVg0#0
I was honestly surprised to see Bloodborne as well as Borderlands the Pre-Sequel.
Smash is always a blast and Splatoon seems worth getting as well.
Hyrule Warriors is fun too, but I don't know how it would stay fun on the longer run.
Nintendo also had Yoshi's Woolly World and Toad Treasure Tracker.
This year Nintendo had some impressive games to play compared to last year.
Ofcourse the default triple A titles of these days were there. But in general everything had huge lines because it was quite crowded and it would take hours off of you day to get a chance to play something for a few minutes. So we sadly had to miss out on Oculus Rift, but it's amazing non-the-less (I got a chance to try it last year).
The best area was the retro-gaming area (obviously).
Also took the chance to try the OpenPandora thingy there. I want one now...
The sys booth got a lot of attention and triggered a lot of smiles, which was good to see.
Overall it was really worth going there and we had tons of fun. We just got burned out pretty fast from all the walking... worth it.