Nintendo E3 2017 press conference: Watch it live here – CNET

Repeating its recent E3 tradition, Nintendo is opting for an online-only Nintendo Direct video stream rather than a real-world press conference. But you can watch the full stream in the window above from our sister site, GameSpot. It starts at 9 a.m. PT (noon ET) on Tuesday, June 13.   

For Nintendo, the event may be a victory lap of sorts. The company made big headlines over the past year with the success of its NES Classic and, more recently, the Switch. With already announced games like Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2 and Fire Emblem Warriors on the horizon, Nintendo fans are hoping the company uses E3 as a platform to supersize the Switch catalog with even more future titles.

Then, there’s Pokemon. It was a year ago that Pokemon Go came out and — well, we all know how well that did. But will Nintendo announce Pokemon Stars this year? (Probably not, but we can hope.)

And how about an SNES Classic? That would be a fanboy dream — if the company actually manufactures enough, that is.

We’ll finally get to separate rumor from fact on Tuesday.

Note: Nintendo events and game content are among the most family-friendly and PG-rated in the gaming world. However, the GameSpot hosted livestream before and after Nintendo’s presentation may contain profanity, digital violence and other adult-oriented NSFW content. Viewer discretion is advised. 

For more on E3 2017, check out complete coverage on CNET and GameSpot.  


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