It wasn't a bad presentation. The Fire Emblem 3DS definitely makes up for us having to wait for the game, and both the Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Wii U and 3DS bundles are definitely cool, and should help shift systems. Luigi's Mansion 2 gets a concrete release date too, so that's good also. I'm definitely pleased that Code of Princess is getting a release in Europe too. I'll definitely pick that up.
I actually downplayed my hope that we'd get news on Bravely Default: Flying Fairy. I doubt it'll get released outside of Japan but a part of me really wants it to be localised. It's such a good game. No news on Scribblenauts Unlimited however is alarming. Also, while I'm slightly indifferent (though actually not that supportive) of DKC Returns getting a 3D remaster, I'll bite. The Wii version wasn't a bad game by any means, but compared to Rare's efforts, it was certainly lacking.
I'm a little annoyed that Nintendo have the stance that 2013 will be the Year of Luigi when they really should press home the head start they have with the Wii U. I know Nintendo like to think differently, but with all the negative press they've received so far coupled with questionable third-party support for the system, I guess it would've been nice for them to talk more about making the most of this advantage they've got coupled with more discussion on 3DS to Wii U connectivity on the whole. Wishful thinking from my part for sure.
All in all, it gives us enough to enjoy for when E3 rolls up, and that's when Nintendo need to press home the advantage.