This Is How Nintendo Prefers You To See Their GamesS

Nintendo likes to prioritize their screenshots by what they consider to be the best images to use when discussing their games.

Last year we looked at what Nintendo's favorite and least favorite screenshots post-E3 were, according to the notes in their batch of press kits. It seemed like angle-choice, depth of background action and color appeal were the determining factors for which was the best and which was the worst.

Now that another year of E3 has come and gone, Nintendo's latest batch of press kits dictate the same instructions as last year, hoping that we will abide by their priority numbers in selecting screenshots on the site.

Browse through the gallery to check out what Nintendo considers to be their least and most favorite screenshots. First up is New Super Mario Bros. U. What do you say? Does one side look more appealing than the other? Was Nintendo's judgment call accurate?

This Is How Nintendo Prefers You To See Their GamesS

Game & Wario

This Is How Nintendo Prefers You To See Their GamesS

LEGO City: Undercover

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Nintendo Land

This Is How Nintendo Prefers You To See Their GamesS

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge

This was the only one that didn't have a "1" priority attached to it. The best is scored as "2," though this could've been a typo.

This Is How Nintendo Prefers You To See Their GamesS

Pikmin 3

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Project P-100

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SiNG

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Wii Fit U

This Is How Nintendo Prefers You To See Their GamesS

Wii U Panorama View

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Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon

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New Super Mario Bros. 2

This Is How Nintendo Prefers You To See Their GamesS

Paper Mario: Sticker Star