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Watch Nintendo's E3 broadcast again

By Rachel Weber

Watch Nintendo's E3 broadcast again

Tue 11 Jun 2013 1:46pm GMT / 9:46am EDT / 6:46am PDT
HardwarePublishingE3 2013

See what the company has in stores for gamers with its Nintendo Direct presentation

Nintendo have chosen not to splash out on a big E3 conference this year, instead speaking directly to the masses via a Nintendo Direct broadcast.

Watch below from 3pm UK time, or 7am LA time, and see what the Japanese company has in store for the Wii U and the 3DS.

As well as the live stream of the conference, GamesIndustry International will also be bringing you all the news as it breaks, interviews from our team of reporters on-site, developer reactions, opinion and more during E3. And if you like your news in 140 characters or less you can also follow the conference via Twitter.

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Haven Tso Web-based Game Reviewer

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Finally Nintendo is doing something.

Posted:3 years ago


Rick Lopez Illustrator, Graphic Designer

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Nintendo's E3 didnt have all the falir, gaint bells and whistles that SONY and Microsoft had, but I cant say I was dissapointed. I feel they sacrificed the Wow factor of a press conference and simply played it safe. The Xenoblade squel was amazing and Supermario Kart and Smash Bros. did not dissapoint.And Nintendo is probably showing more love towards MegaMan then even CAPCOM, in fact they went as far as to show CAPCOM how Megaman should be done in 3D. I liked that they kept the art style close to the original design, and not the one from powered up that looked like a pokemon. Over all I enjoyed Nintendo's announcements and wnt doubt that a Zelda and Metroid will come eventually. For now I decide to purchase a Ps4 but a WiiU isot far behind.. Im super hyped about the Xenoblade sequel, since i enjoyed the first one so much. And to be honest I have a soft spot for Nintendo.

No this conference did not have the wow factor of other presentations, but it wasnt a disspointment. For what its worth Nintendo has guarenteed a WiiU purchase from me.

Posted:3 years ago


Greg Wilcox Creator, Destroy All Fanboys!

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Actually, X (that's a tentative title) isn't a sequel to Xenoblade, per se... in fact, that logo looks VERY much like the X from Xenogears, ut that's not going to happen for a few legal reason, I hear. Even though it's an impossibility it's a direct sequel to that game... this may be a sort of spiritual successor, given the mech focus (and yeah, a mech or two in that trailer were super shout outs to Xenogears fans). But yeah - it looks magnificent.

And YES, Capcom needs to get a Mega Man out in 3D looking and sounding like that. I'm not a Smash at all (sorry!), but that reveal made me smile a lot when MM showed up and did his stuff.

Still... I hope it's 2014 and not "slipping into 2015" for "X:, as it might be a system mover to some people still waiting for a decent JRPG on the hardware...

Posted:3 years ago

In my eyes it was ok only.

Mario Kart was the pick for me although saddened it's not out for Xmas.

3d Mario was the big disappointment was hoping for so much more. And donkey Kong looks more like a dlc than anything new.

Posted:3 years ago


Nicholas Pantazis Senior Editor, VGChartz Ltd

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I agree it wasn't great, but it wasn't a disaster. They lacked the big surprise game, but then this whole conference has lacked a big surprise game.

Posted:3 years ago


Daniel Hughes Studying PhD Literary Modernism, Bangor University

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Too safe, for my tastes. I understand where they're coming from, commercially, but one of those Christmas titles should have been something genre busting and generation defining, a Skyward Sword, Galaxy or Metroid Prime. Quite disappointing, really.

Posted:3 years ago


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