We're currently sitting in on Nintendo's E3 briefing, an informal little get-together that's becoming quite the E3 tradition. Last year's brought us a Zelda Wii reveal; what will 2010's bring?
In attendance is legendary designer Shigeru Miyamoto, the creator of series such as Mario & Zelda, and 3DS director Hideki Konno, who during the session will be speaking with writers and journalists about things Nintendo showed off during its E3 press conference this morning, and some things it didn't. Eiji Aonuma (Zelda's director) will also be showing up later, while Nintendo of America's Bill Trinen is also at the table.
We'll bring you news as it happens from the briefing, so refresh the page to get the latest.
- The 3DS version of Ocarina of Time we first saw this morning is real. Sort of. Miyamoto is playing with it at the briefing (no press hands-on, sadly), but like a few other 3DS titles shown off so far is merely a tech demo for the new hardware. He says he liked the openness of Hyrule Field in Ocarina of Time, and wanted to recreate that sensation in 3D to see how people liked it.