The games firm, often criticised for its lack of third party titles on consoles like the Wii U, is bouncing back with a bumper array of new hits for the next few months.
They include upcoming Wii U blockbusters Super Mario Maker, Star Fox Zero and a new Animal Crossing.
Popular Disney Infinity toys-to-life game 3.0 starts things off with an August 27 release
Then its hit after hit into September and October with Mario Maker on Sept 11, Skylanders SuperChargers on the 25th, Just Dance 2016 on October 22 and Guitar Hero Live a day later.
Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash hits on November 20 and Xenoblade Chronicles X arrives December 4.
Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival will come to the Wii U by the end of the year.
On the handheld 3DS you'll see Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer by October 2, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes on the 23rd and new Pokemon on the 30th.
A Nintendo spokesman said: "The end of year line-up for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS is going to feature a vast array of games coming exclusively to Wii U and Nintendo 3DS this year.
"Everyone will be able to enjoy a choice of some of the best known and most loved franchises Nintendo has to offer.
"From Super Mario to The Legend of Zelda, Star Fox to Animal Crossing, Nintendo has a robust line up of hardware and software bundles, games and amiibo offerings to ensure unforgettable gameplay experiences in the lead up to, and beyond Christmas."