Is a surprise on the way?
Dawn of the final day
All good things must come to an end - join us for the third and final day of Nintendo Treehouse Live, direct from the E3 show floor in LA. There's a focus on indie games today, so perhaps we'll get a few surprise tidbits announced on the stream as they dive into the games on show this year. Enjoy! <liveblog...
Hopefully some more surprises
After yesterday's opening gambit, join us for the second day of Nintendo goodness live and direct from the E3 show floor in LA. As well as getting a better look at the gameplay of some upcoming titles featured in the E3 2019 Nintendo Direct, yesterday we also gleaned some extra details from the Treehouse stream,...
Is a surprise on the way?
27th February marks the day when Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green were first launched in Japan in 1996. Each year, Nintendo celebrates this special day with Pokémon Day. This year, the Nintendo New York store will once again be hosting activities throughout the week. Starting on 27th February, there’ll be events such as...
Hours of entertainment
Immediately after the final Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct before the game's big launch, Nintendo's Treehouse Live event began. During this stream we got a look at multiple Switch titles including Yoshi's Crafted World, Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!
More Smash! Also Pokémon Let's Go, Yoshi and Diablo III
After all the excitement of the Smash Direct, come join us and watch the Nintendo Treehouse: Live! This Treehouse broadcast will feature live gameplay of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!, Yoshi's Crafted World, and Diablo III: Eternal...
The final day
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Hopefully some more surprises
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Let the hype train begin…
Well, it's finally here. Nintendo is getting ready to kick off E3 with the Nintendo Spotlight, Treehouse reveals and demonstrations, and also the Splatoon 2 World Inkling Invitational. We'll be with you every exciting step as we see what Nintendo has planned for the rest of this year and, perhaps, some of 2018...
Going in depth with upcoming games
We've had the Nintendo Switch Presentation live out of Tokyo, and now the big N moves into promoting and showing off the goodies that were revealed. Nintendo of America's Treehouse team is going to go in depth with some major Switch games, so check it out below. <liveblog...
The Legend of Zelda! Pokemon! Lots more Zelda!
Nintendo had a rather good first day at E3 - it may have only shown two games, but the Nintendo Life community seemed rather happy with what it saw of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, in particular. There were many hours of coverage, with various segments focused on key areas of the game. If...
SEGA's ready to excite (or disappoint) Sonic fans, too
After a day where we saw a lot of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, with few complaints from this writer, today brings a different flavour as the Nintendo Treehouse team dives into a range of other games. We'll see more of games that have previously been relatively mysterious, including...
Monster Hunter Generations! Dragon Quest VII! Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE!
E3 2016 is now getting very interesting, as it's been confirmed that there'll be a second day of live streaming from the Nintendo Treehouse team. It'll start with the previously confirmed Pokémon Go Q & A, before stepping up a notch with extended looks at three more games...
"I'll miss my Nintendo family"
One of Nintendo of America's most recognisable faces is leaving the company after 13 years. Erik Peterson has been a regular fixture in many of Nintendo's Direct broadcasts and Treehouse livestreams. A spell at Nintendo Power magazine back in 2003 opened the door for him to join Nintendo as a Localisation Writer and...
May the best squids win
In the recent Nintendo Direct, it was announced that there would be a Nintendo Treehouse Splatoon tournament with teams of Treehouse staff battling each other for glorious victory. Fresh details were recently revealed surrounding the anticipated competition, and it looks like it'll cover all the bases. The event will take...
"I've failed you. I've failed me."
If I were fired from making games at Nintendo, I would feel cataclysmically heartbroken in such a way that I might never recover. This is the imagined story I have just now constructed in my head, but for former Nintendo localization editor Chris Pranger, this heartache is more than a pained hypothetical. Pranger...
"Yes, it was ultimately my own fault"
In recent times there's been a trend of Nintendo Treehouse staff becoming a little more visible, expanding upon their appearances at E3 and special broadcasts and engaging with the public. A number of the team have been on social media for some time, but there's been a sense recently that they have a little more...
The truth hurts
According to Chris Pranger from Nintendo Treehouse, Nintendo’s fan base fails to understand and accept the more serious business factors behind video game localisation. In an interview with Part Time Gamers podcast, the member of Nintendo of America’s Nintendo Treehouse made it clear the localisation game is a risky business,...
Nintendo has traditionally been very reluctant to allow its employees to speak to freely with the gaming press, but that stance has apparently been relaxed in recent years according to Treehouse staffer Chris Pranger - and as if to prove his point, he's taken part in a lively podcast where he covers a whole host of...
Day one will bring plenty of new footage
Nintendo's Digital Event is done, and we've moved onto the live Nintendo Treehouse broadcast, which will run all day. Join us for all of the action along with a live blog and chat. #Nintendolive
Warming us up
The Nintendo World Championships are no longer the exciting début of E3 week, but will now follow a Super Smash Bros. Special Video Presentation that'll be hosted by Masahiro Sakurai. Nevertheless the live event from LA could be intriguing, with its format still to be revealed. Nintendo of America did promise a pre-tournament...
In lovely 60fps, too
The Treehouse team at Nintendo of America has become an increasing presence in the past year, particularly since its excellent live coverage during E3. Live streams showing off upcoming games have been fairly common, and a few of the localisation experts were on hand to show off upcoming Wii U shooter Splatoon following the most...
Six games, including Smash Bros., to be shown
The Nintendo Treehouse team will be broadcasting live for eight hours, and we'll be watching and live blogging every step of the way. Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS will be there in its final build, along with Bayonetta 2, Hyrule Warriors,
Five upcoming releases and then a focus on Smash Bros.
While the battle to hold back key details around Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS is being lost due to early pre-order deliveries in Japan — we're only sharing roster reveals, with a massive spoiler warning right here — Nintendo's upcoming
A late night for European fans
Earlier this week Nintendo of America confirmed that The Treehouse will host an 8-hour live broadcast, confirming that the final build of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS will be a main part of the event along with other upcoming Wii U and 3DS games. Initially we were only given a date, 12th September, but NoA has...
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS final build to feature
Earlier today we brought you the news that there's a special NicoNico Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS broadcast taking place on 12th September, during which it seems there'll be some final reveals ahead of the title's release in Japan. An announcement from Nintendo of America suggests that...
Have a Nintendo Minute E3 video as a bonus, too
Over the past 10 days or so we've brought you some summaries of Nintendo Treehouse @E3 videos as Nintendo's uploaded them, and the company has now produced what may be the last big batch of footage from the three day broadcast. This range covers major retail, download and conceptual games across Wii U...
Splatoon! Yoshi's Woolly World! Devil's Third! Smash!
Not too long ago we brought you ten Nintendo Treehouse videos from E3, as the company has slowly uploaded the best of its live stream from the LA event. We enjoyed watching all of the action live, but these videos are a great catch-up for those that didn't have the time to do just that, while...
Nintendo's multi-faceted approach to E3 this year did much to earn praise, as it ignored convention and produced a series of videos and events that played up to its strengths. The Digital Event was stylish, the Super Smash Bros. Invitational was raucous fun, and there were two roundtable events that generated plenty of buzz. That...
Enjoy the E3 experience
The famed Nintendo Treehouse team will be providing rolling coverage from its booth through the three day event, including appearances from Shigeru Miyamoto, as one example. It's a great way to see E3 in action, and you can watch it here. #E3 #Nintendo
Satoru Iwata thanks all for well wishes
It had previously been announced that Shigeru Miyamoto would be making an appearance on the rolling Treehouse broadcast that'll be taking place throughout E3. It's set to be a largely unscripted aspect of Nintendo's presence over the three days, though we have been given a rough idea of when Miyamoto-san will...
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