In the comedy wake of some absurd reports surfacing over last week foretelling a five-game show plan for Nintendo at this year's E3, the firm's Japanese head office has made some frank statements as to the games that will be on display.
According to Nintendo, Animal Crossing and Wind Waker sequels will be seen at the show, as well as the latest incarnation of Mario Tennis.
Other games mentioned include a new Mario RPG and Metroid Prime 2 for GameCube, as well as Pokemon Fire Red and Leaf Green for GBA.
No mention as of this point in time as to the possibility of seeing the long-awaited Mario 128, though the game is almost a certainty for the show. Indeed, if Nintendo again fails to mention its most anticipated title in development for a second consecutive year, huge questions will be raised as to the future of the somewhat mythical game.
Nintendo also stated that the GameCube successor currently in the works will not be seen in any form at the LA show, due to take place mid May.
Stay tuned for full updates in the coming weeks.