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Topic: Will there be Wii U news at PAX East?

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tdub154420

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Well E3 is about 2 months away and we're supposed to get the final reveal of the Wii U then. Reggie Fils-Aime, however, stated that we would be getting additional news about the Wii U BEFORE this year's E3. I believe he made this statement back in January But since then what news have we gotten? We've learned a very small tidbit about the Nintendo Network and we saw coverage of the Tokyo Street Demo at CES, which apparently was supposed to be present at last year's E3 anyway. I wouldn't qualify either of these as "news" about the Wii U. So where is the info that Reggie promised? Really there's only one big video game expo until now and E3 and its PAX East (APRIL 6 -8). But if you look at the Map for PAX East, Nintendo's room is relatively small and tucked back in the corner. So when's this "additional information" supposed to come?

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The_Fox

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Knowing how secretive Nintendo is I imagine they probably won't show anything new at PAX regarding the system itself. They may reveal a few new games announced for the system but that's probably about it.

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bub166

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The_Fox wrote:

Knowing how secretive Nintendo is I imagine they probably won't show anything new at PAX regarding the system itself. They may reveal a few new games announced for the system but that's probably about it.

I have to agree with you on that one. They tend to keep the big stuff in closed doors until they don't have many choices left. Since E3 is such a huge event, it's usually then.

Off topic: Also, just out of curiosity, is your quote poking fun at the ironic conditions of politics today, or is that how you actually feel about the government? Because it certainly doesn't seem very secular to me.

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