Nintendo's Press Conference.

#1HawkEye1997Posted 6/6/2011 10:34:39 AM
Where can I watch it. I would prefer to watch it on television as (usually) there is no lag/buffering/stuff like that.
Also on a related note. @The people who in the past watched Ninty's E3 on their site.
How was it? Did it have to buffer or anything like that? Was the picture or sound messed up or anything?
Thanks, this is sort of Cafe related BTW.
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#2blunderminePosted 6/6/2011 10:37:57 AM
I watched it on their site last year and it wasn't too bad.
#3KoopalmierPosted 6/6/2011 10:41:25 AM
This year will be the first E3 I'll watch. But I watched the latest Nintendo press conference (sooner that year... they revealed Super Mario 3DS in it) and it was perfect.

Remember, it's e3.nintendo.com for the NintE3ndo conference.
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#4HawkEye1997(Topic Creator)Posted 6/6/2011 11:20:33 AM
blundermine posted...
I watched it on their site last year and it wasn't too bad.

Define "too bad" please
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#5cycostikPosted 6/6/2011 11:32:43 AM
I've been watching Nintendo's press conference straight from them for years now with absolutely no problems whatsoever. It's always been crystal clear with no buffer, but keep in mind, everyone's mileage will vary depending on their internet connection. For example, people were complaining about buffer issues with Microsoft's conference earlier today, but I was streaming it fine in two separate windows from two sites simultaneously
#6senior_citizenPosted 6/6/2011 11:33:26 AM
It's on TV on G4.
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#7blunderminePosted 6/6/2011 11:41:14 AM
HawkEye1997 posted...
blundermine posted...
I watched it on their site last year and it wasn't too bad.

Define "too bad" please


From what I remember everything ran smoothly