Nintendo plans to stream E3 broadcast.
By AlexPuma posted 4 years ago

Good news for people who follow E3, Nintendo plans on streaming their E3 Media Presentation live on their own servers, on a service they call the Nintendo Network. Being an official source, hopefully it means it'd have the most stable servers for the broadcast. Time for the broadcast is 9 AM PST/12 PM EST on June 7.

Also on the site, they tease that any other major Nintendo-related E3 announcements will be announced on the site as well, so keep it in your bookmarks.

http://e3.nintendo.com/
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Xenos360
Posted May 24, 2011 At 6:14 pm MDT
Sadly i'm not looking forward to Nintendo's Presentation. Seeing now they are going to stream it, it's got me interested. But last year's was disappointing but Im still going to watch :)

I am looking forward to see what Microsoft and Sony has. I heard rumors of Microsoft pulling some tricks they have :)
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AlexPuma
Posted May 24, 2011 At 7:24 pm CDT
Well, Nintendo has more of Zelda, and an official announcement on Project Cafe in store, so I don't see how this year's would be a disappointment unless they focus over half their show on the 3DS.
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Xenos360
Posted May 24, 2011 At 7:34 pm MDT
I bet they will focus on it alot lol
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thepausemenu
Posted May 24, 2011 At 10:41 pm EDT
nintendo is a one show pony, a one card hand, a one hit wonder if you will
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AlexPuma
Posted May 25, 2011 At 1:34 am CDT
I don't understand how they're a "One show pony".
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thepausemenu
Posted May 25, 2011 At 9:02 pm EDT
The only things that they sell are Zelda, Mario, Wii and the 3DS. They are a classic carrier console