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Nintendo to let consumers play unreleased Wii U games at 100 Best Buys during E3

Nintendo taking E3 to the consumers by putting unreleased Wii U games up for demo at various Best Buys

| Gaming News | Posted: Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am

Nintendo has decided to take a different approach to this year's E3. Instead of doing something massive at E3 for the journalists, Nintendo will be allowing consumers to play various unreleased Wii U games at 100 Best Buys around the United States. We think this is a rather interesting approach that could work out for the company.

 

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Instead of relying on journalists, Nintendo is going directly to the customers to let them check out whats coming next. Word of mouth often works the best, so if Nintendo can convince people that the upcoming games are great, it could really work well for Nintendo.

 

If your local Best Buy is one with Nintendo's offering, you'll be able to get a first-hand experience of what TweakTown will be doing at E3: waiting in lines to try out the latest games. Details for the event are still slim, so we can't tell you which Best Buy ocations are participating, what games will be shown off, or when exactly it will be taking place.

 

We'll be sure to update you with more as soon as it becomes available.

NEWS SOURCES:Kitguru.net

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