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Reggie Says The First Hour Of Nintendo’s E3 Treehouse Live Will Have More Breaking News

Nintendo will not be getting their time in the E3 spotlight for a couple of days, but Nintendo America’s Reggie Fils-Aime didn’t let that stop him from offering a preview of things to come in a segment with Geoff Keighley on the YouTube Live @ E3 stream. Reggie confirmed at the stream that, indeed, the Nintendo Spotlight will be 25 minutes long. The Nintendo Spotlight will contain “a number of reveals, a number of first looks”. However, you will want to stick around for the first hour of Nintendo’s Treehouse Live. This is because, according to Reggie, Nintendo will have even more breaking news to reveal.

Source: YouTube Live @ E3 Stream

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  1. And as per usual, the E3 2017 video will be full of crap no body cares about & just want to see some damn game trailers & game reveals while the Treehouse, that some people rather not watch because it’s too damn long & we don’t feel like sitting hours in front of a damn computer screen just for the hope that they might reveal one or two awesome new things. I’d rather have all the reveals nicely packaged in one little video at the beginning of these events.

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      1. It’s Reggie. What he says is usually bullshit. So I wouldn’t trust him any further than I can throw the guy.

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    1. That’s basicly the problem gamers complaint way too much these days of the littlest and smallest details we just have deal with the bad bunch ok on side note they better announce an animal crossing game and not amiibo trash festival 2

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      1. ||Like I’ve said before, sooner or later, everyone comes back again for Nintendo whether it’s a quick stop or permanent, it’s only a matter of time before the mercenary known as Iceazeama comes back too…||

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      2. The only thing I currently have is an Xbox 360 which I don’t particularly care about playing. I am interested in the Switch and plan to get one eventually, but I’m not going to until I have another PC and/or PS4. Not dealing with that lack of third party. Noooo, never again, man.

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      3. So what have you been busy doing lately?

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  2. Metro Exodus looks amazing. No chance of a switch release I’m guessing. Would be cool if they announced it though.

    Not an overly impressive E3 for anyone so far IMO, but I can’t wait to play the new Need for Speed, Metro Exodus and a handful of others.

    does Nintendo have any aces up their sleeves? We shall see. they need something. anything. even if it’s 3 years away.

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    1. I’ve only seen trailers for Life is Strange: Before the Storm & Assassin’s Creed Origins, and I fucking loved what I saw. Can’t wait to get them on my PS4. I started clearing up my PS4 backlog again starting with Assassin’s Creed Unity & I’ll do the Ezio trilogy after that. They should keep me busy til Origins hits in October. If not, I’ll do speed runs of Black Flag & Syndicate again for story purposes to fill up my time til Origins. If even that doesn’t do it, I guess I’ll play Life is Strange again, too. lol (I’ve been itching to play that again for awhile anyway.)

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    2. Speaking of E3 game trailers, I think I’ll go check out the trailer for Need for Speed Payback right now!

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      1. Well that’s now 3 games from E3 I can’t wait to get as long as Payback doesn’t have some online only crap.

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      2. play check out Need for Speed pay back and also check out the new Metro Exodus. I was not a fan of the previous Metro game but this new one looks pretty cool.

        I think if people were honest on this website we would see that there are not many people left who still only have a Nintendo console.

        I’m glad to hear you’re not stuck in the Nintendo box

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      3. Naw. I got out of that damn box back in late 2015 when I got the PS4. I got back in that box for March, April, & most of May, though, for BotW on my Switch. Once I cleared every single quest in the game, completed all of the shrines, & maxed out all the armor I had, minus the Twilight armor, I put my entire Switch up til Super Mario Odyssey & the BotW story DLC.

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      4. Being able to play BotW on my WiiU saved me from the Switch. I’m not sure I could have ridden out the hype phase without Zelda on WiiU. Now I have a solid purchase date. The Metroid Prime release. I’ll get a bundle then.

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      5. While there was still a lot to be desired, Ninty’s E3 has successfully given me a reason to get back into that box sooner than expected if I’m not too bogged down by my current plan to beat all of the Assassin’s Creed games on my PS4 I haven’t beaten yet (Unity, Ezio Trilogy, & soon Origins (which releases on the same exact day as Super Mario Odyssey.)

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    3. Dragon Ball FighterZ has me the most excited so far. As a fighting game fan and a Dragon Ball fan this game just looks amazing. It seriously looks like the best Dragon Ball fighting game ever made!

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      1. It looks great. I’ve never been able to get into dragon Ball, I wish I could. For DBZ fans, it does look pretty awesome!

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      1. I doubt it. Nintendo’s E3’s have been a bit lackluster for the past few years. On the other hand, this will be Kimishima’s first E3(R.I.P. Mr. Iwata), so I do wish him the best of luck!

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      2. ||As long as they announce one weapon that has nothing to do with Mario and related characters then it won’t be a total failure, if they announce 2 then it’s satisfactory, if 3 or more then victory by default…||

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