As is usual, Nintendo has decided to forgo an E3 press conference and showcase, preferring to stick to its digital, direct presentations. And that’s okay, because they help show a lighter side to a company that’s often too stoic and business-like for its own good – especially given how their games are usually charming and delightful. Here’s their E3 direct.
After the show, you’ll be able to watch Nintendo’s Treehouse staff deliver live, in-depth coverage of Nintendo products directly from the E3 show floor.
I honestly have no idea what to expect from Nintendo this year. Not a clue. Hopefully we see a new Metroid – and I’d say that would be pie-in-the-sky dreams – but given what’s already happened at this year’s E3, who knows? Who knows!
Last Updated: June 16, 2015