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Submitted by awesomeoutof 732d ago | news

Nintendo and the Case of the Missing E3 Conference

A week after Nintendo's announcement of forgoing the annual gigantic E3 press conference model, David Chandler "looks at Nintendo’s controversial decision on its own terms as a company fighting to remain relevant in a constantly changing industry." He posits, "Maybe breaking away from this system reveals not Nintendo’s obsolescence but the waning potency of the conferences themselves." (Industry, Nintendo)

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