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Reminder: Here’s Nintendo’s E3 Schedule For Next Week

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Nintendo goes “Live @ E3” next week with four big events that deliver real-time fun directly to fans. Get ready to enjoy the year’s biggest video game convention live from anywhere in the world.

On June 10, Nintendo will air the Nintendo Digital Event at 9 a.m. PT via http://e3.nintendo.com. Fans will enjoy breaking news about great gaming experiences on the way for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS in 2014 and beyond.

Immediately following the Digital Event, Nintendo Minute: Live @ E3 offers a post-show recap packed with even more game information.

Later in the day on June 10, Nintendo will broadcast the Super Smash Bros. Invitational tournament. Super Smash Bros. fans can tune in to watch 16 highly skilled players compete in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. The event starts at 4 p.m. PT with live-stream viewing on Nintendo’s Twitch channel at http://www.twitch.tv/nintendo.

Finally, fans won’t want to miss Nintendo Treehouse: Live @ E3. During all hours of E3 on Nintendo’s Twitch channel (excluding the Super Smash Bros. Invitational event), members of Nintendo’s Treehouse will be live-streaming exclusive game demos from the Nintendo booth on the show floor. In addition to demos, Nintendo will deliver the latest game reveals, plus visits from developers like Shigeru Miyamoto. The unscripted three-day event will air June 10-12, providing an insider’s look at the Nintendo experience at E3, filled with surprises and unexpected moments.

 

53 comments

      1. Commander is like those crazy doomsday prophets, this is his fifth or six time saying that.

      2. A reckoning doesn’t have to be the doom of something. It can just as easily be the rise of something.

  1. I don’t think I will be able to handle it, something big is on it’s way I just know

    1. I think they announced a European and American Release date a couple of weeks ago but who knows, we might have a set release date for the game.

    1. Same. I have two final exams on Tuesday >.< I need to remember not to check MNN during lunch. I want to watch the full thing at home like I did last year. That Mega Man reveal.

      1. God dammit, you got me thinking about Zelda again, Zelda Williams is going to announce something about LoZ, hopefully it is MM

      2. Hopefully. I just recently bought that game for my N64 because I never played it in my childhood. It would be great to play it without all of those jaggies, haha.

    1. I’d like to know the same thing. If it’s just going to be a different account of the Nintendo Direct with nothing new to show, I’ll just skip the other stuff & just be content with just watching the Nintendo Direct.

      1. Same here. I don’t have time to watch all this Nintendo stuff. I just want to know the new information.

        I’ll watch the Smash Bros fights, because they’ll show in depth how the game will play and we’ll definitely see new moves, how the stages run and new items, but if the Treehouse is just showing Bayonetta 2 and games like that, then is there really a point in watching them?

  2. Will they upload The Digital Event on 3DS eshop? Because they did it with The Nintendo E3 Direct last year. Will they do it again or it’s only a livestream and you will never see it again? Someone reply please, I’m a bit worried on how Nintendo will spoil it as I get back from school. Please answer. Thanks.

      1. Wasn’t asking for that. I’m asking IF they are going to reput The Digital Event on The eshops or you can only watch it live once.

      2. Oh, they probably would, it would be stupid not too…

    1. You can still rewatch it on youtube it will be avaliable to watch for everyone that is in a similar position as you

  3. Hey guys if you want a better schedule go to heavy .com e3 games they have a schedule for every country with every time zone so you wont miss out everything is in order that way you won’t get confused

    1. I hope they put this music on if they are about to reveal the sacred game…

  4. Nintendo needs to hype the video games for Wii U in a strong way. They better announce the price drop for Wii U.

  5. Please don’t ruin the hype Nintendo…
    Two years ago, your entire conference was supposed to advertize the Wii U, and you only managed to make people even less interested in buying it.

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