It might seem kind of silly to talk about “winning E3.” It is just a trade show, after all. But the is also very much a battle for the hearts and minds of gamers. And if this E3 was a battle, than was Alexander the Great. It dominated.
The E3 Nintendo Direct was fast-paced. Many of the other week’s briefings from the likes of , , , and were around 90 minutes long. Nintendo’s show was just 40 minutes.
We got good looks (including plenty of gameplay) for anticipated titles we already knew about. Important games like , , and had enough time in the spotlight to make appealing pitches to fans without overstaying their welcome.
More hype in less time
We also had plenty