In case you missed it, Nintendo will only be showing a single game at this year's E3. But this isn't just any one game. It's the game: The Legend of Zelda for Wii U.
And you won't find Link and Zelda tucked away in a corner. Per Nintendo News, Nintendo has reserved three booths and 30,000 square feet of space (per Nintendo News). It will fill the space with game kiosks for attendees to go hands on with the Wii U version of The Legend of Zelda, and leave plenty of room for Nintendo Treehouse demonstrations, which will be shown via livestream.
Attendees will find Nintendo's booths in the Los Angeles Convention Center's West Hall—one, the largest, right across an aisle from Sony's biggest floor space, and two others adjacent to Oculus's booth.
As a reminder, the NX console will be a no-show at E3, as will the NX version of Zelda—to be released day and date with both the NX itself and the Wii U edition of the game in March 2017.
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The Nintendo booth was a shit show every 6ear I went. Super well layed-out, but the rush of nerds the moment the doors open creating instant 8-hour lines for whatever they were showing off was so annoying.
i'm happy to see this announcement..