Nintendo didn’t have a very good E3. Its booth was easy to navigate, in stark contrast to years past when it was packed with gamers eager to get their hands on the latest titles. And this despite a massive lineup of first- and third-party video games that were playable for its upcoming Wii U home console today, including new games in the Super Mario Bros., Pikmin, Wii Fit, Batman: Arkham City, Scribblenauts, Assassin’s Creed and Just Dance franchises. Nintendo also failed to deliver a price point or launch date for the console, which introduces the Wii U GamePad, a controller with a 6.2-inch touch screen that redefines how people interact with their games, their entertainment and one another. Video game publishers from around the world, including Ubisoft, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Electronic Arts, SEGA, THQ and NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc. demonstrated their games across the Los Angeles Convention Center show floor.