Was just a jab at the prospect that we'd have to do another Rainfall-like situation to get X released overseas. It would be a boneheaded move not to release it worldwide, and I'm baffled that it's not on the list.
Wow, did Xenoblade really sell best in the U.S.? But yeah, they need to confirm X for North America, Europe, etc.
At any rate, I suspect The Wonderful 101 will hit after E3. If it's ready, it'd be cool to see it launch with similar timing to OoT3D, mere weeks after E3. That way, E3 can build Platinum hype with Bayonetta 2 and one last epic TW101 showing, to help sell the game to "core gamers" (and Nintendo loyalists unfamiliar with P*) when it launches a couple weeks later.
On that same note, Bayonetta 2 has been in development for years, apparently, on other systems before becoming a WiiU title. I could see them going all-out with it at E3 and having it ready by the holidays, maybe to steal thunder from a rival system launch. Ditto for 3D Mario and Mario Kart.
If they're meaning to "tide us over" with Wind Waker HD, as they put it in the Nintendo Direct, the new Zelda is no doubt a definite 2014 title.
Pikmin 3 seems like a May title for some reason, doesn't it? Maybe it's because it's springtime, with all the flowers? *shrugs*