Nintendo Not to Attend E3 Show

Nintendo Not to Attend E3 Show

Nintendo has announced the E3 games conference lately as a no show to it. The company said that it would rather send its message via social networks.

The Japanese multinational consumer electronics company is being suspected to be saving some cash and hedging its bets. Also, not making a splash at the conference might mean the company is doing the "green thing", said the report.

It is being said that when all other games, including Sony and Microsoft, would show up on the Sony and Microsoft, the one not present there would be Nintendo.

The low key stance related to the show was explicated by Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America president, in a video. He said that the E3 tradeshow was back and Nintendo was watching the same on Facebook and Twitter. It was even observing comments regarding the company.

According to him, they always waited for new ways, which could amuse and delight people. And the show would have the games by the firms. It would all be different.

"I think the new additions will make players see the game in a different way. And we'll introduce even more unexpected elements in the Zelda game we're making for Wii U", added he.


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