Nintendo Announces Nintendo Direct For Valentines Day

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

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Nintendo Direct

Nintendo announced this morning that there will be yet another Nintendo Direct tomorrow in time for Valentine’s Day, this time with a bit of a notice. Maybe Nintendo has finally learned that announcing a Direct Feed before a few hours of its actual broadcasting isn’t the greatest idea eh? I think we can all agree that a 24 hour notice goes a long way. Well anyway, Nintendo will spend the majority of the feed talking about the future games for the Nintendo 3DS. However, they will also talk about future Wii U titles in the broadcast for North America.

Unlike the last Nintendo Direct, which was global announcements for the Wii U for every region, this will encompass regional presentations running at the same time like most of the past Nintendo Directs. The Nintendo of America stream happens at  9 a.m. Eastern time (6 a.m. Pacific time), while the Nintendo of Europe stream begins at 2 p.m. (UK time)

The last Nintendo Direct created quite a stir, will this one top it? Tomorrow is sure to be interesting either way.

Nintendo Direct Website

For further details:

Nintendo Direct UK website
Nintendo Direct on Ustream
Nintendo 3DS Guided Tour
Nintendo of Europe on Twitter
Nintendo UK on Twitter
Nintendo 3DS (UK) on Facebook
Nintendo UK on YouTube

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