Nintendo America Confirms Nintendo Direct Video Segment Tonight In US

Nintendo of America has confirmed that it will be airing the Nintendo Direct conference this evening in the United States. Visit Nintendo.com tonight, June 21, at 9 p.m. Pacific time/June 22 at 12 a.m. Eastern time to watch an exclusive Nintendo Direct video segment about Nintendo 3DS, Wii and Nintendo DS products. Nintendo Europe will be streaming the event at 5am BST and you can watch that here.

35 thoughts on “Nintendo America Confirms Nintendo Direct Video Segment Tonight In US”

    1. Well so many key information on the functionality of the Wii U have not been answered yet. So they need to start letting the public know what their game plan is. If they repeat the same information already known, it will be stupid on their part.

      We need to know things like:
      Online services and capabilities
      Launch date and cost
      A demonstration of the actual UI interface (is it customizable???)
      What are the capabilities of their CLOUD service

      These are some of the questions we need answers to.

  1. This wouldn’t be so late(NOA version) if it were big news. Midnight is late, and many big markets are on the east coast (New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Atlanta, Miami). I’m guessing NSMB2 news and Kirby news.

  2. I expect system updates coming. Downloadable games possible. At some point they need to start the integration of the new systems. That is my hope anyway

  3. So basically this will not be worth watching or reading about… who the hell gives a damn about the Wii at this point. Nintendo stop wasting damn time and promote the future (WiiU).

  4. Who in europe is going to watch the Nintendo direct At 5 am lol

    Even if they announce a new hardcore 3DS game

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