During E3 (and its Nintendo Direct), Nintendo showed many of its highly anticipated first party titles. Mario Kart 8 and Super Mario 3D World got release got release windows. Outside of those two titles, not much else was revealed in the way of release dates. However, it seems as though we may be closer to the new The Legend of Zelda game than we thought.
According to IGN, an analyst presentation took place earlier today in which Nintendo clarified an actual release window for its next handheld The Legend of Zelda game. At E3, it was hinted to be a Winter release (typically between December and March) but now it has been solidified for a November 2013 release in America. Europeans must be a tad more patient as a release window is still in the works.
The Legend of Zelda: A Link between Worlds will be $39.99 upon release in the U.S. and available exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS.