Nintendo have once again opted to not have a full-blown conference at E3 in 2014. Instead, they’re going to have a bunch of smaller events that will hopefully create a new experience.
They believe that these events will better showcase their games, as well as provide a more exciting experience to viewers over three days. As always, Nintendo of America have released a video detailing what their E3 will look like. In true Nintendo fashion, it’s incredibly wacky.
You can find a full list of what they’ll be doing below over E3 below.
Super Smash Bros. Invitational Nintendo is inviting 16 highly-skilled Super Smash Bros. players to the NOKIA Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles to compete in a Super Smash Bros. for Wii U tournament.
Thousands of fans in the audience and countless more watching a live stream online will see new Super Smash Bros. characters clash with existing favourites in action for the first time. More important than declaring a winner, however, this event is a celebration of all things Super Smash Bros., and a great way for new and veteran fans to take part in a tribute to this legendary franchise. More information about the 16 invited participants in the tournament, the identity of the announcers, and how fans of the franchise can view the tournament in person and via webcast, will be communicated shortly.
Nintendo Digital Event Every year, Nintendo looks for the best way to show its games and share its news with fans, media and other key audiences. In 2013, Nintendo decided to forgo a traditional press conference and use a video – in that case a Nintendo Direct – to share its news from E3. The company is building on that approach at E3 2014 with the “Nintendo Digital Event,” a new kind of video programme that will reveal and provide further detail about the gaming experiences on the way for Nintendo platforms in 2014 and beyond. The Nintendo Digital Event will air at 2am AEST on Wednesday 11 June.
Nintendo Treehouse: Live @ E3 This year, Nintendo will offer fans a deeper look at Nintendo’s biggest games of E3, with information directly from the source. The “Treehouse,” the Product Development department at Nintendo of America, will provide in-depth game demos live and unscripted from Nintendo’s booth. This new programme will be live streamed during all hours of the E3 show. Fans can get settled in, open their browsers and experience the Nintendo games at E3 like never before.
You can get more information by heading over to Nintendo’s official E3 website for 2014 here.