The Digital Event, Treehouse Live, and Smash Bros Invitational show that Nintendo means business at E3 this year.
This could be a big Electronics and Entertainment Expo for Nintendo and they have started to get it going in the right direction with Mario Kart 8 hitting store shelves just in time to still be fresh in everyone’s mind at E3. However, Nintendo has more in store for the convention/show and it should help the Big N and show they aren’t in as much trouble as everyone thinks they are.
E3 gets underway for Nintendo with the “Nintendo Digital Event” that will take place at 9Am Pacific Time and you can watch the presentation/event here. This will basically be a bigger Nintendo Direct and will follow in the footsteps of last years E3 for Nintendo. Get in the know for all things Nintendo Wii U and 3DS during this presentation and who knows, we might all get that game we have been asking for, “cough Zelda Wii U/Star Fox/Classic Pokemon with Game Boy graphics/Wi-Fi “cough.( sorry, bad cough) After the Digital Event, Nintendo will have their own “TV/online video show” Nintendo Minute: Live at E3 to give a re-cap of the Digital Event and other details and info.
Nintendo has announced that Super Smash Bros will be at E3 and what better way to show it off than with 16 of the best Smash players in the world putting it through its paces. I guess my invite got lost in the mail but whatever, I didn’t want to show the best in the world up. You’ll be able to catch all the tournament action on Nintendo’s Twitch channel and see who is crowned the best Smash Bros player in the world.
If either event doesn’t do it for ya, then the last one Nintendo has planned should. The Nintendo development team, better known as Treehouse, will be livestreaming exclusive game demos at the Nintendo booth/show floor on Nintendo Treehouse: Live at E3.Treehouse will be showing game demos/info all throughout E3, except when the Smash Bros tournament is going on.(Nice of Nintendo to not multitask too much) Shigeru Miyamoto will be stopping by the Treehouse group at various points of E3 so who knows when you might be watching a demo and find out he’s playing it. E3 is always a fun time and this year will be big for Nintendo as they probably will be setting up their holiday game window and future library of games.