E3 2011 is happening June 7-9, 2011, but not everyone gets to attend this industry exclusive event. This means that only select people get to hear all the latest dirt. Nintendo wants to be more inclusive though, and in an effort to make everyone happy will be live-streaming its E3 2011 press conference. Yes, if you have a computer with a decent internet connection and about an hour of free time at 9am PDT on June 7, 2011, you can see and hear all of Nintendo’s major announcements as they’re being made.
This is definitely going to be a press conference to see. Nintendo’s going to be revealing the Wii successor at this E3 2011 press conference, which automatically makes it a must see. Plus, there will likely be tons of 3DS announcements to prepare people for the 2011 and early 2012 releases. Last year there was actual cheering when announcements were made, and I’m guessing we’ll see that this year as well.
As usual, Gamertell will be live-blogging the event. So if you’re going to be somewhere you can’t watch Nintendo’s feed, say at work, then head on over here and we’ll be able to discretely fill you in on all the major announcements.
By the way, June 7, 2011 is also when Nintendo’s going to release that major 3DS update. You know, the one that will add the internet browser and eShop to the handheld. I’m thinking that there’ll be some other special feature or extra added too, since the firmware update is happening on the same day as Nintendo’s E3 press conference.