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PixlTalk E3 2012 Episode Two

With Nintendo's conference behind us, see what the crew thinks of the presentation.

Nintendo revealed some of their Wii U plans and gave us an idea of where they're looking to take their business in the coming months, but they were seemingly holding back. Find out what Nick, Chessa, and Jason thought of the conference, E3 thus far, and the potential challenges of Nintendo's new system when it launches later this year.

Check back tomorrow for further thoughts on the show.


 

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Anonymous

06/06/2012 at 02:39 AM

ttt

Anonymous

06/06/2012 at 02:51 AM

I also was pissed at nintendo conference,  but I think Nintendo knows the importance of using E3's media blitz, and not  leave what they started to sony and micro to reap the benifits of appealing to that casual market and that exactly what sony and micro did.  If Nintendo plans to recapture that wii audience they need that killer app and their hopes is lazer focused on nintendoland, Iwas pissed but I do understand the more I think about it.

Rawbiz

06/06/2012 at 02:56 AM

continued... oh yeah I really enjoy Pixlbits podcasts, PB&J  keep up the well thought out analysis of this industry

Nick DiMola Director

06/06/2012 at 08:59 AM

Thanks Rawbiz! We'll keep pumping them out, so please do keep listening.

Jason Ross Senior Editor

06/06/2012 at 01:24 PM

Double thanks, I've got a fan!

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