Nintendo E3 Press Conference 2009

Iwata: Nintendo’s E3 press conference was a bit rubbish

Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said in the firm’s Q1 investor call this month – we think he did, anyway: this is according to NintendoEverything – that Nintendo’s E3 briefing was a bit rubbish. For shame. “As for the media briefing at E3, of course we had many internal discussions after that,” he said. “Honestly speaking, […]

Nintendo E3 Press Conference 2009 headlines

  • E3 2009 – Who "won" the press conferences?

    And that’s that. One of the greatest E3s for years is done. There were megatons. People are still hiding under their kitchen tables. The conferences were nothing if not sensational. Our goosebumps refuse to settle. But let’s not be rational. Let’s mark the platform holders’ performances out of ten. Let’s say who “won”. Why not? […]

  • E3 2009 - Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo's conferences rounded-up

    If we keep crunching all this down it’ll disappear eventually. Get all the news from E3 platform-holder conference from the links below. E3 2009 Microsoft press conference E3 2009 Nintendo press conference E3 2009 Sony press conference

  • Full video of Nintendo's E3 press conference

    Below you’ll find footage of Nintendo’s E3 2009 briefing in its entirety. See the announcement of Team Ninja’s new Metroid title, Mario Galaxy 2, New Super Bros. Wii, Golden Sun for DS, Wii Vitality Sensor and of course Reggie playing basketball. It’s all there. Of course, if you’d rather read than watch, all VG247’s news […]

  • Nintendo E3 2009 press conference - everything on one place

    Did Nintendo learn its lesson from last you? Yes sir. The company’s E3 press conference today included two Wii Mario games and a Metroid Team Ninja title for Wii. That should shut the “hardcore” right up. Everything’s below. Nintendo’s E3 presser in full Full liveblog transcript Reggie announces Metroid Wii by Team Ninja Mario Galaxy […]

  • Iwata announces Wii Vitality Sensor

    In probably the biggest bombshell at this year’s E3, Nintendo company President Satoru Iwata has announced the Wii Vitality Sensor. It’s a device that recognises your pulse when you shove your finger in it and helps you stay vital, or something. Looks like a bull-clip. Nasty.

  • Iwata says that more than 295 million people play videogames

    Nintendo president Satoru Iwata says that Nintendo has brought millions of new people into gaming, and over 295 million people currently play games. How many own a Wii or Nintendo system was not mentioned. Even though people are beginning to think that fewer and fewer are getting into gaming and Nintendo’s ability is fading, research […]

  • Mario vs Donkey Kong heading to DSi Ware, called Minis March Again

    Nintendo has announced a Mario vs. Donkey Kong game that allows you to make user created content and load your levels to your Wi-Fi connection. It’s called Minis March Again. Available as download on DSiWare next week on June 8. Awesome.

  • Wii Fit Plus announced

    Cammie Dunaway has just announced Wii Fit Plus at Nintendo’s E3 presser. There’s locker room added, and you can be your own personal trainer. It will include 15 new balance games, too. No date as yet.

  • [Update] Super Mario Bros Wii gets release window, coming this holiday

    Cammie Dunaway has just announced that New Super Mario Bros. Wii is coming this holiday 2009. It was all over before you knew it: Cammie came on stage, dropped the Super Mario Bros. Wii bomb, then fired off another salvo announcing that it’s out this year. Incredible. The press conference is on-going. [UPDATE] Full press […]

  • Rumour: New Super Mario Bros sequel for Nintendo E3 presser?

    Take a look at this. It was shot inside the Nintendo E3 conference, which is due to start in 35 minutes. Now, take a look at this. That’s the Nintendo booth on the E3 showfloor. What could it all mean? Watch out liveblog to find out. Nearly there.

  • E3 2009 - Nintendo press conference liveblog!

    It’s time. Nintendo will take to the E3 stage in Los Angeles today for its 2009 keynote, and the world’s watching with stern eyes. The Kyoto monster came unstuck at the US show last year with a weak program centred on Wii Music, and there’s a lot to prove this time out. The hardcore want […]