Are you wondering what Nintendo’s doing at E3 this year? Well you don’t have to wonder much longer because today I’m writing about Nintendo’s plans for E3 2016.
For this E3, Nintendo is focusing most of it’s attention on the new Legend of Zelda game for Wii U with it being the only playable demo at Nintendo’s booth. Although you may be sad to hear Zelda is all that’s there, Nintendo says they’re going to make their booth extra special to get fans in the Zelda Wii U spirit.
For those of you who aren’t going to E3 itself but like to tune in from your couch, Nintendo has you covered with the Nintendo Treehouse Live events. Nintendo Treehouse Live is simply where some people from Nintendo show you things about new games by streaming them live. You can tune in to these streams via Nintendo’s Youtube channel. These streams will take place at 9:00 A.M. PT , right after a quick, prerecorded intro from Reggie, on Tuesday, June 14, and on June 15 at 10:00 A.M. PT.
On Tuesday, the Treehouse will start off with Pokemon Sun and Moon, and then continue on with Zelda Wii U for the rest of the day while on Wednesday, Nintendo will start off with a Pokemon GO developer Q and A, and continue on with streaming some more minor games we already know about.
The final thing for E3 this year are some eShop deals that are only accessible to My Nintendo users.
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