Nintendo's confirmation this morning that they'll be showing their new console at E3 left many unanswered questions, but also raised a note of scepticism. The company's statement on the Wii successor promises "a playable model" of the machine at E3 in June. But would Nintendo just play it on stage and leave attendees to gawk? No. "Playable means playable by everyone," a spokesperson for Nintendo told Kotaku today. Presumably, "everyone" means "everyone who shows up at E3 and maybe waits on a line or schedules an appointment." We'll be there in June, playing it.
Nintendo's New Console 'Playable By Everyone' At E3
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