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Nintendo’s E3 Plans Confirmed

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Nintendo on E3 2014
Nintendo on E3 2014

Last year, Nintendo did something different in terms of how they represented the games they intended to showcase for the E3 event. This year, they will be doing the same thing, which was revealed ?in their recent press release.

New details about Nintendo?s plans for the upcoming E3 have been released, which gives a good idea of what to expect from them and what they will be offering their consumers and fans worldwide in the video game world.

Reggie Fils-Aime commented on what he thinks about Nintendo?s new direction and is confident about the company?s endeavors:

?We demonstrated last year that we are never afraid to reinvent a proven tactic or to break completely new ground if we believe it will provide the best experience for our fans, followers and partners. So, whether you?re attending E3 in person or joining online, there?s an amazing lineup of games, experiences and events coming your way.?

Nintendo will hold events under their banner ?Play Nintendo?, which aims to show that they will give what their fans want. One of these is the Super Smash Bros. Invitational, which will pit 16 experts Super Smash Bros players which will be held at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles for a showdown on Super Smash Bros. Wii U tournament.

Nintendo will also be airing? an event, similar to last year?s Nintendo Direct. They refer to it as Nintendo Digital Event this time, and this will reveal all their plans for for all Nintendo platforms live. They will air it at 9:00 am PST by June 10.

For Nintendo?s actual E3 2014 offering, Nintendo will be bringing Treehouse to E3 itself. It is the name given to the Nintendo America?s Development Department, which will also showcase important updates and upcoming games from Nintendo. This will be available to watch as stream too.

To wrap it up, Nintendo is also going to keep things smooth and continue their partnership with Best Buy in order for them to distribute games and demos of Smash Bros. to the consumers.

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