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Submitted by jcnba28 96d ago | opinion piece

10 reasons Nintendo won E3 2014

Microsoft may have had the good looking games, Sony may have brought out some cracking trailers, but it was Nintendo that won this year’s E3 conference.

They had a great sense of humour, the games announced looked amazing (if a little samey – isn’t that the Nintendo way?) and there were some decent surprises to show that the Wii U is not as dead as we thought. (3DS, Splatoon, Wii U, Zelda Wii U)

Geobros  +   96d ago
Nice article!! I enjoyed very much Nintendo's digital event and the treehouse later. She won E3 without press conference, thats not easy!!
Madock  +   96d ago
In fact they made the companies that DID have a press conference look like they weren't there
solboogie  +   95d ago
About time Ninty! The Wii Uturn to the top begins!
Lrateke  +   95d ago
Nintendo Treehouse was the best thing to happen in E3 in years- Nintendo really rocked!

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