While your favorite video game site (you’re on it, in case you forgot) will totally be bringing you all sorts of E3 coverage in just two weeks (!), Nintendo itself is once again bringing E3 to the masses. Just like last year, Nintendo’s going to broadcast its All-Access Presentation online, where everybody can watch and chat/troll/etc. at the same time. Whee!
Unlike last year, Viacom’s partnered with Nintendo to broadcast it on television, free for Spike TV and MTV2 subscribers. And Nintendo will post plenty of updates on its YouTube channel. Other than Nintendo’s E3 website, Nintendo will also be updating its Facebook and Twitter pages, which is always nice.
Just remember: Nintendojo’s here too. And we love you.
Nintendo Offers Video Game Fans Everywhere a Front-Row Seat at 2012 E3 Expo
Nintendo’s All-Access Programming to Be Shared on the Web, TV, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter
- Web: Starting today, fans can go online to visit the Nintendo All-Access @ E3 2012 website at http://e3.nintendo.com for the latest 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. Viewers with 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 page at 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 videos will include sneak peeks at upcoming hardware and software as well as interviews with game developers.
- Twitter: Twitter users can follow Nintendo (@NintendoAmerica) to receive tweets from the show. Nintendo representatives will also be live-tweeting events such as the Nintendo All-Access Presentation @ E3 2012 on June 5.
Presented annually by the Entertainment Software Association, the E3 Expo attracts video game professionals, journalists, analysts and business partners from around the globe. Additional information is available at http://www.e3expo.com.For more information about Nintendo, visit http://www.nintendo.com.