Submitted by ChaosKnight 995d ago | news

Nintendo to Debut Unreleased Wii U and 3DS Games at Sundance Film Festival

Hardcore Gamer: Attendees will be given the chance to play upcoming Nintendo titles such as Brain Age: Concentration Training, Rayman Legends, Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon and more. (3DS, Brain Age: Concentration Training, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, Rayman Legends, Wii U)

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exfatal  +   995d ago
ohh awesome wonder if people will get a chance to play monster hunter ultimate, and 101 Cant wait to hear the announced game, its time for nintendo to show us fans what its got in store for us.
TongkatAli  +   995d ago
Your avatar is cute.
RFornillos4  +   994d ago
i was wondering about the logic of a video game company in a film festival, but with Nintendo sponsoring a contest for short films using the gamepad, just makes sense. and of course, you have celebrities and executives to promote their products and games to. so this is just awesome.
DivineAssault  +   994d ago
hopefully new publisher support for multiplats & a zelda or metroid reveal

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