Shorter Nintendo E3 keynote: We’re sorry for all that stuff we did between 2006-2011. Please forgive us.
Rumor is Nintendo’s new console will be called “Nintendo.” Which immediately brought back memories of going upstairs “to play Nintendo” as a kid. It’s what people called the NES at the time and it pretty much defined a generation. Can Nintendo do it again with this touchscreen-enabled, HD machine at E3 2011?
The 3DS. The lines speak for themselves.
Ain’t going, but I’ll wage a bold prediction, if I may: The 3DS steals the show, even as the “enthusiast press” lambastes the new system for a lack of games, strange design characteristics and a weird Nintendo keynote that seems kiddie to them.
The codename “Project Natal” will allegedly be no more once E3 is upon us as Microsoft is set to reveal the official name at that show. My guess? “Microsoft Vapor.”
If you think about it, it makes sense on a variety of serious and hilarious levels.
With the way the ESA is
whoring out describing this year’s “revamped” E3 show, you’d think the return of the show floor booth babes and deafening, football field-sized display booths will be the least of our worries.
Yes, I’m talkin’ ’bout hookers. E3 will have them. Because it’s back to form and crazy again.