Nintendo’s E3 Press Conference to be Broadcast on TV Andinternet
Nintendo revealed its E3 press conference broadcast plans on Monday to give fans who can’t beat E3 the chance to watch all of the big announcements for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.
The E3 press conference for Nintendo starts at 9 a.m on Tuesday, June 5 and fans will be able to watch everything on SpikeTV, MTV2, Nintendo’s E3 website and Nintendo’s Facebook page.
“We don’t want anyone to miss the energy and excitement of thisyear’s E3 Expo,” Cindy Gordon, Nintendo of America’s vice president of Corporate Affairs said in a statement. “By offering different ways to tune in and follow all the Nintendo news, we aim to make fans all over the world feel like they’re right there with us at the show.”
Here’s the breakdown of all the ways to see all the new content from Nintendo at E3.
*. Web: Starting today, fans can go online to visit the Nintendo All-Access @ E3 2012 website at http://e3.nintendo.com for thelatest information about new and upcoming games and hardware from Nintendo. The site will be optimized for smartphones, so people can keep up-to-date while on the go. Visitors to the site also can watch a live stream of the Nintendo All-Access Presentation @ E3 2012 starting at 9 a.m. Pacific time on Tuesday, June 5.
*. Television: Nintendo is partnering with Viacom as the exclusive television broadcaster for the Nintendo All-Access Presentation @ E3 2012. Viewerswith access to the Spike TV or MTV2 networks can watch the presentation live with no commercial interruptions.
*. Facebook: Facebook users can visit and Like the Nintendo pageat http://www.facebook.com/nintendo to get regular updates from the E3 Expo and connect with other Nintendo fans. A special E3 Expo tab will make it simple to access E3 Expo content, including video clips and a Nintendo Instagram gallery. The Nintendo @ E3 Expo app will also allow users to stream the Nintendo All-Access Presentation @ E3 2012 and other events on Facebook.
*. YouTube: Nintendo will be posting video updates from the show on its YouTube Channels at http://www.youtube.com/nintendo . The lineup of videoswill include sneak peeks at upcoming hardware and software as well as interviews with game developers.
*. Twitter: Twitter users can follow Nintendo ( @NintendoAmerica ) to receivetweets from the show. Nintendorepresentatives will also be live-tweeting events such as the Nintendo All-Access Presentation @ E3 2012 on June5