Nintendo has revealed their plans for E3 this year, filling their usual slot of 9am on Tuesday morning, but is someone in their way?
Yesterday Nintendo unveiled that they’ll be holding another digital event at E3 this year taking up their usual time of 9am Tuesday morning (June 16). But there’s a little problem, earlier this month Square Enix revealed that they too will be holding an event at 9am Tuesday morning. So, crack out the second monitor, as the morning of June 16 we’ll be multitasking.
Aside from the conflict in schedule, Nintendo’s pre-recorded digital event will likely contain announcements of upcoming block busters for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Perhaps we’ll here more about the Zelda title for Wii U, probably more Art Academy news, as well as something on the Mario Maker too. Though I’m looking forward to what new things they announce. Though, aren’t we all?
Nintendo won’t just be at E3 digitally, they’ll actually be getting there two days before everyone else for the first Nintendo World Championships in 25 years. That’s being held before the big E3 event at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. There’ll also be a Nintendo Treehouse Live stream with developer interviews and game previews during the show.